Cruise

Here’s how to score a $50 gift card and access to exclusive promotions on cruise bookings

Attention travel agents: if finding a better way to sell cruising and scoring a little extra cash were on your to-do list this week, prepare to cross them off!

Creative Cruising has launched a new incentive, exclusive to travel agents to give you the chance to score a $50 gift card bonus when you book a European cruise through their online booking engine with any of their four key partners!

To sweeten the deal, the independent cruise wholesaler also gives its agent partners access to big savings and inclusions your clients won’t find anywhere else.

Book a European cruise with Celebrity Cruises, Azamara Club Cruises, MSC Cruises or Norwegian Cruise Line before 31 May to claim your $50 voucher and take advantage of a range of fantastic offers.

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The best part? This gift card incentive is UNCAPPED! So you can claim as many gift cards as you like.

Creative Cruising’s specially curated packages are super flexible and include reduced fares, early booking discounts and exclusive onboard credit deals.

Here’s a taste of the what’s on offer:

  • Book Europe with Celebrity or Azamara through Creative Cruising to take advantage of spectacular savings and exclusive rates
  • Take advantage of 2020 early bird saving for your client when you book MSC through Creative Cruising, including for their new builds, MSC Grandiosa and MSC Virtuosa
  • Exclusive packages like a 10-night cruise from Rome to Barcelona on Celebrity Constellation for $4,799 including flights, accommodation and transfers or an 11-night trip through Italy, France, Spain and Switzerland via MSC Grandiosa and the Bernina Express train for just $2,469!

To find out more and start claiming your $50 gift cards, go here or call 1300 362 599.

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