NCL Gets Ready to Increase Cruise Fares - CruiseDealership.com
Norwegian Cruise Line sets out to raise cruise rates up to 10 percent starting on April 1. CruiseDealership on its Norwegian Cruise Line sailings have extended its “Free Upgrades for All” promotions through March 31. The current promotion provides up to a four-category upgrade on select sailings, along with e-coupons for extra onboard savings of up to $400.
“We’ve seen increased NCL booking demand spurred by adding an extra incentive on top the current NCL offers at CruiseDealership.com with several of our offers having OnBoard Credits" said Thomas DeSimone, CEO & Chairman of CruiseDealership.com, ”particularly for the upcoming summer season. In fact, we have seen very strong demand all across the board with our agencies added incentives especially on our Royal Caribbean and Celebrity Free pre-paid gratuities promotions.”
“Based on this demand, we suggest consumers looking to go on a cruise for this upcoming summer season, to start reserving their cabins as rates seem likely to rise and cabins are filling up quickly" said DeSimone. CruiseDealership urges travelers to take advantage of the current pricing before NCL rates rise and other lines follow.
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