Casinos At Sea Rewards Program Expands to All NCLH Cruise Lines

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The Casnios At Sea rewards program has expanded to 24 casinos across Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings' (NLCH) three cruise brands: Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises. The program offers members the opportunity to play and earn rewards in the ship's casinos. Players can elevate their status and redeem benefits across all three cruise lines including stateroom and suite discounts, free play, special birthday and promotional offers, ship-to-ship point transfer and onboard credit. 

Casinos At Sea members will each receive a new Players Card, with which they can claim benefits and rewards whenever they play in the casinos of Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises. To join the program, guests can sign up for their complimentary Players Card on board any of the ships at the Players Club desk. 

Members can also earn status just by playing and progress through tiers named Jade, Pearl, Sapphire, Ruby and Elite, which qualify them for up to nearly 20 benefits and rewards, depending on the cruise line. Each tier has a tier evaluation period and a minimum amount of points required to tier up. The tier evaluation period takes place annually April 1- March 31 of the following year. Points earned between April 1 and March 31 will determine the tier level for the subsequent year.

  • Jade: No minimum point requirement. 
  • Pearl: Earn 5,000 points in a tier evaluation period.
  • Sapphire: Earn 15,000 points in a tier evaluation period.
  • Ruby: Earn 35,000 points in a tier evaluation period.
  • Elite: Early 1000,000 points in a tier evaluation period.

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