Cruise lines offering free drinks, Wi-Fi, shore excursions, plane tickets and more for July 4th
With cruises departing from US ports, cruise lines are offering special deals for the 4th of July weekend that include free drinks, free cabin upgrades, reduced deposits, free shore excursions, Wi-Fi and more.
Here is a list of the cruise deals that cruise lines are currently offering for the weekend of July 4th.
Holland America Line – Holland America Line offers 50% discounted deposits and its Have It All cruise packages include free drink packages, free shore excursions, free Wi-Fi, and free specialty meals. See cruise prices on Holland America Line
Norwegian Cruise Line – NCL’s annual FREEdom sale offers 30% off cruises, free open bar, free specialty meals, free shore excursions, free Wi-Fi, 3rd and 4th passengers sail for free and one ticket free flight for the second passenger in a cabin. View Norwegian Cruise Prices
Carnival Cruise Line – Carnival offers Stars, Stripes, Sun and Savings offers that include up to 40% off cruise fares, reduced deposits starting at just $ 50 per person, and free cabin upgrades. Sale is valid for cruises until April 2024. See cruise prices on Carnival Cruise Line
Royal Caribbean – Royal Caribbean is offering up to $ 350 off cruises and 60% off second guests in each cabin. The cruise line also offers double points on cruises until the end of the year. See the prices of cruises on Royal Caribbean
MSC Cruises – MSC Cruises offers cruises from Florida to the Caribbean and Bahamas starting at just $ 159 per person. The cruises will visit the Bahamas cruise line’s new private island, Ocean Cay. See cruise prices on MSC
Princess Cruises – Princess Plus includes the cruise line’s Premier beverage package, unlimited Wi-Fi, and gratuities paid for you. This is worth over $ 95 per day. See the prices of cruises on Princess
Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line – BPCL is offering $ 50 off per person, five free drinks, kids sail for free, and free Wi-Fi on two-night Bahamas cruises.
For terms and conditions of each cruise line’s offer, contact your local travel professional or visit the cruise line’s website.