Up to 30% off Royal Caribbean sailings

Posted: 21 May 2019 10:24 am
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Plus nab up to US$400 in onboard credit across hundreds of cruises.

The Royal Caribbean Global WOW sale has sailed into port and with it are hundreds of cruises, begging to be booked on the cheap.

There's up to 30% off cabins going around and up to US$400 in onboard credit up for grabs, so you'll be saving more than a pretty penny by hopping on these ships. They sail as early as 22 May 2019 though if you need a little more time to prepare for your holiday, you can book for as far out in the future as 2021.

Only cruises of six nights or longer are eligible for the bonus onboard credit.

For a cheap getaway, spend two nights on the water from Sydney for just $319 per person. Sailings are available in early and late 2020.

For big savings, you've got to head further afield. The Big Apple to Big Ben cruise is a 17-night stunner that travels from New York to London via Canada and Western Europe. Prices start at $5,799 per person BUT this includes flights from Sydney to New York and London to Sydney as well as two nights hotel accommodation in New York and London. Then, of course, all your board and meals are covered on the cruise.

If you're looking for lengthy exploration, take 23-days off to sail the South Pacific with this Tahitian and New Zealand Treasures cruise. It sails from Honolulu to Sydney via Tahiti and includes flights, hotel accommodation and transfers from $4,359 per person.

All together there are over 600 cruises on sale, which pretty much guarantees that you'll find a sailing to anywhere you're hoping to explore.

See the full list of cruises in the Royal Caribbean Global WOW sale here.

This sale ends 29 May 2019.

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