Royal Caribbean Offers Onboard Spending Credit of Up to $300

Royal CaribbeanRoyal Caribbean International is offering travelers onboard spending credit for cruises sailing from a U.S. port. Vacationers who book a cruise from Sept. 23 through Oct. 15, 2013, on any Bahamas, Bermuda, Caribbean or Alaska sailing, will receive an onboard credit of up to $300 per stateroom when sailing between Nov. 1 and June 30, 2014. Guests can apply their onboard credit toward a range of new specialty dining options, shore excursions, or a spa treatment. 

The cruise offers Gold Anchor Service from every staff and crew member exclusively on Royal Caribbean. Vacationers who book up to a five-night Royal Caribbean cruise will receive $25 onboard credit per Interior and Oceanview stateroom, $50 per Balcony- and Junior Suite-category stateroom, or $150 per Grand Suite or higher category stateroom.

Vacationers who make a booking on sailings of six-nights or longer will receive $25 onboard credit per Interior and Oceanview stateroom, $100 per Balcony stateroom and Junior Suite-category stateroom, or $300 per Grand Suite or higher category stateroom. The winter offer is applicable for all new individual U.S. and Canadian bookings.

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