Spirit Cruises Makes Debut

World Travel Holdings, Inc. (WTH) and Spirit Airlines have launched an exclusive partnership to provide Spirit customers with access to an array of cruise vacation experiences. The new Spirit Cruises, found online at spirit.cruises.com, features discounts of up to 75 percent and limited-time bonus offers. Consumers will have the ability to opt-in to receive special cruise deals via email, showcasing the best values on the market.

Spirit Cruises is making its debut with an introductory promotion, offering FREE SPIRIT members up to 15,000 Award Miles with every cruise booking. The alliance between Spirit and WTH marks the first time FREE SPIRIT loyalty program members have been able to earn miles with a cruise purchase.

World Travel Holdings features a portfolio of private label brands including nearly every U.S. airline, major hotel chain and online travel agency. Spirit Cruises joins United Cruises, Delta SkyMiles Cruises, Continental.com Cruises, American Airlines Cruises, US Airways Cruises, JetBlue Cruises, Hawaiian Airlines Cruise Vacations, Alaska Airlines Cruises, and Frontier Airlines Cruises as a WTH airline cruise partner.

Spirit Cruises will be merchandised and maintained by WTH and marketed through all relevant Spirit Airlines channels. 

World Travel Holdings (WTH) is a multi-brand travel distributor with executive offices in Port Washington, New York and corporate offices in Wilmington, Massachusetts. WTH owned brands include Cruises Only, Cruises.com, Rooms.com, Vacation Outlet, CruiseOne, Cruises Inc. and Villas of Distinction.

WTH's portfolio of licensed partner brands includes BJ's Travel, Orbitz Cruises, Priceline.com Cruises, American Airlines Cruises, Continental.com Cruises and others.  

Visit www.spirit.cruises.com

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