Royal Caribbean Offers Independence Day Promotions


Royal Caribbean offers limited time promotions to the Caribbean and Alaska. // (c) 2011 Royal Caribbean International.

Royal Caribbean International is offering limited-time promotions for Independence Day vacation bookings, as well as limited time offers of up to $2,000 in ChoiceAir credits, up to eight Group Amenities Plus (GAP) points for travel agents, family-value pricing or onboard credits for beverages, dining and spa treatments.

The ‘Bring a Friend’ offer is a rewards program for Crown & Anchor society members for introducing new vacationers to Royal Caribbean international. Crown & Anchor members receive $25 onboard credit per stateroom for family or friend bookings in additional staterooms on the same sailing. The offer applies to up to five staterooms per sailing, and for bookings made between January 21 and July 31, 2011.

Individual reservations on the Voyager of the Seas’ seven night sailings in July and August 2011 can supply vacationers with $2,000 of ChoiceAir credit for a Suite stateroom, $500 for a Balcony stateroom, $400 for an Ocean View stateroom, and $300 for an Interior stateroom.

Royal Caribbean is also offering a family value in the form of four, five, and seven night itineraries in the Western Caribbean aboard the Jewel of the Seas, Mariner of the Seas, or Voyager of the Seas, which each sail from Tampa, Galveston, and New Orleans. The cruises start at $896 per quad-occupancy stateroom from November 2011 through April 2012.

Travel Agents can earn up to eight GAP points on group bookings for Jewel of the Seas, Mariner of the Seas, and Voyager of the Seas’ 2011-12 season. GAP points can be redeemed to offer their customers onboard incentives, such as complimentary bottles of wine and onboard credit.

Seven night Alaskan voyages aboard the Radiance of the Seas are also available starting at $649 per guest from August 5 through September 9, 2011.

A Royal Caribbean Alaska cruise-tour is also available that combines a cruise aboard Radiance of the Seas with one of 21 different escorted Alaskan land tour itineraries.

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