Royal Caribbean Launches Incentive Program


Royal Caribbean has launched Royal Incentive Rewards, allowing businesses and organizations to improve company performance and offering travel agents the opportunity to expand their business. The Royal Incentive Rewards are incentive cruise certificates that companies can use to reward employees.

To kick-off the new incentive program, Royal Caribbean is providing travel agents with the opportunity to offer certificates to consumers to purchase and give as gifts or use for a future cruise vacation when purchased from August 17 through September 18.

The certificates come in a variety of forms and with all the new ships and itineraries recently announced by Royal Caribbean, there is sure to be a cruise for every consumer. Recipients may choose from an array of choices in departure ports around the world, ship selection, itineraries up to 12 nights, and inside, outside and balcony accommodations. Recipients can travel at their convenience and even have the option to upgrade or transfer their certificate.

The certificates are paid in full up-front and mailed to the purchaser, who provides the certificate to the certificate recipient. There is no minimum or maximum number of certificates required to be purchased and Royal Incentive Rewards certificates have no expiration dates. Once the recipient is ready to book a cruise, they simply call the Royal Incentive Rewards Desk, and the cruise line will handle the rest. All certificates are for two guests and include cruise fare, taxes and fees and gratuities (except for Bronze Level Certificates).


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