Royal Caribbean Boxing Day sales for 2020

Cruise away on some of the best sailing deals of the year.

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Royal Caribbean is never late to the party when it comes to offering Boxing Day sales to make your next cruise more affordable. In fact, this year its sale has started a day early. You can now nab up to 40% off cruise fares and up to $400 of onboard credit if you book as part of this year's Boxing Day deals. Check out the details below!

Royal Caribbean's 2019 Boxing Day sales

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Up to $6,000 bonus value on worldwide cruises

Available on select travel dates in 2020 with Norwegian Cruise Line, Royal Caribbean and Princess Cruises. Destinations include Japan, Alaska, Europe, China, Africa and more. T&Cs apply.

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CruiseAway CruiseAway

Up to 40% off + free upgrades with Royal Caribbean

Available on select travel dates in 2020 and 2021. Destinations include Australia, New Zealand, Pacific, Asia, USA, Europe and more. T&Cs apply.

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Up to $3,000 bonus value with Royal Caribbean

Available on select travel dates in 2020 and 2021. Destinations include Hawaii, Hong Kong, New Zealand, Bora Bora and more.

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$99 deposit + up to $8,000 bonus value

Available on select 2020 - 2021 voyages with Norwegian Cruise Line, Royal Caribbean, MSC Cruises, Princess Cruises, Cunard and Celebrity Cruises. Destinations include Hawaii, New Zealand, South Pacific, Caribbean, Europe and more. T&Cs apply.

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Groupon Groupon

Up to 26% off 3-night Sydney cruise with Royal Caribbean

Available for cruise on 22 October 2020. Includes cabin accommodation, meals and more. T&Cs apply.

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New Zealand and Pacific cruise from $1,199 with Royal Caribbean

Available on select travel dates in 2020. Sample rate is for a 9-night cruise in South Pacific. T&Cs apply.

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Up to $4,000 in free extras cruises + flights worldwide

Valid on select 2019 and 2020 dates with MSC, Carnival, Princess, Royal Caribbean, Cunard, P&O and more. Destinations include Vietnam, Philippines, England and Dubai. Inclusive of additional bonus nights, return flights, onboard meals and more. T&Cs apply.

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What Royal Caribbean Boxing Day sales have we seen in the past?

Boxing Day has officially arrived and we've seen 40% off, plus US$300 in onboard credit and cruises starting from $349 per person. It's safe to say we haven't been disappointed.

In previous years, Royal Caribbean has offered cruises around Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific from $599 per person and half-price deposits so you can lock in your trip with little hassle.

Past sales have also seen up to 30% off sailings, free $400 onboard credit and free upgrades.


Why we're looking forward to Royal Caribbean's Boxing Day sale

  • Royal Caribbean cruises travel to over 280 destinations in 71 countries including Europe, the Caribbean and Alaska.
  • The cruise line offers something for all ages, from kids clubs to water parks and adult-only sanctuaries.
  • A wide range of shore excursions, including culinary classes and scuba diving when you dock.
  • The Royal Caribbean International app gives you access to features that help you plan and manage your trip with reservations for dining, deck maps and access to daily plans.

Looking for more Boxing Day sales?

The Royal Caribbean Boxing Day deals will be stellar, and we have plenty more deals waiting for you on our Boxing Day travel deals page.

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