The Mariner Society is a multi-tiered rewards club for prior Holland America passengers. Members earn “Cruise Day” credits based on the number of days they sail, with suite passengers receiving double points and one additional credit for every $300 spent onboard (limit one credit per day). In addition, all passengers are immediately enrolled in Holland America’s loyalty program and will begin receiving perks on their second trip with the company.… Read the rest “The Holland America Mariner Society Cruise Loyalty Program At-A-Glance”
Princess Cruises’ Captain’s Circle is a four-tiered loyalty program for past passengers. Passengers are assigned to one of four levels based on the number of days they have cruised or their “cruise credits” (whichever is higher). Every passenger earns one credit for each cruise taken, and every cruise booked in a suite or as a solo traveler occupying a cabin alone earns two credits.… Read the rest “Princess Cruises’ Captian’s Circle Loyalty Program At-A-Glance”
Disney’s multi-tiered loyalty program for past passengers is known as Castaway Club. It only has three levels based on the number of cruises taken, and it doesn’t have as many perks as many of the other cruise lines. However, if you are a Disney fan, you will benefit from the additional benefits.
Norwegian Cruise Line’s Latitudes Rewards program is a six-tier cruise loyalty program available to all passengers after their first sailing. The program is based on a point system, with members earning one point for each cruise night spent on a Norwegian ship. Extra points are also available for suite or Haven bookings, as well as sailings booked through a Latitudes insider offer.… Read the rest “The Norwegian Latitudes Rewards Loyalty Program At-A-Glance”
You all should know by now that as a low-key bougie cruiser, I’m always looking for a way to save. And as your friend, I would never leave you out on your own without giving you a heads up! So keep reading for the 6 ways you can save on your next cruise.