Score up to 33% off and free perks with Celebrity Cruises Worldwide sale
Choose from free drinks, onboard credit, free internet and more.
Get ready to be spoilt with the Celebrity Cruises Worldwide sale with discounts off select cruises, free perks and 50% savings on your 3rd and 4th guests.
On top of savings up to 33% you can also score one of the following free perks when booking an outside cabin or above:
- Free drinks
- Kids save up to 50%
- USD$600 onboard credit (for suites only)
- Free WiFi (for suites only)
These extras are available on select sailings of 4 nights or more that depart up to 30 April 2020. They are per person and are valid for the first two passengers in your party only.
One of the best prices we found is for the 10-night Great Barrier Reef cruise from $1,865 quad share in a balcony cabin. This roundtrip cruise departs from Sydney on the Celebrity Solstice and calls in at Newcastle, Airlie Beach, Yorkeys Knob, Willis Island and Brisbane.
The Worldwide sale covers routes all around the globe so you could also combine one of these bargain cruises into your next holiday plan.
Check out the 7-night Southern Caribbean cruise from just $597 per person in a quad cabin. Spend 8 days exploring some of the most popular Caribbean island ports like Bridgetown and Charlotte Amalie.
Highlights of the sale include:
- 11-night New Zealand cruise: Travel one-way from Sydney to Auckland with stops around New Zealand's coastal wonders from Milford and Doubtful Sound to Akaroa and Bay of Islands. Prices start from $1,642 per person in a quad cabin.
- 10-night South Pacific cruise: Explore some of Vanuatu and New Caledonia’s top ports including Noumea, Mystery Island and Mare from $1,899 quad share.
Full details on all the available cruises can be found on the CruiseAway's website where you can request a free quote or book your cabin.
This sale ends 31 October unless cabins sell out prior.
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