Cruise Tips Booking Carnival, Royal Caribbean, & Norwegian Stockholder Benefits: Free Onboard Credit

Carnival, Royal Caribbean, & Norwegian Stockholder Benefits: Free Onboard Credit

Looking for a way to get up to $250 in onboard credit on every cruise vacation that you take?  It is as easy as owning just 100 shares in Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd., Norwegian Cruise Line, or Carnival Corporation stock.  While these are the only three cruise companies to offer this great deal, it can lead to significant savings for those who cruise often and for those who are current shareholders.

Royal Caribbean – Royal Caribbean includes any cruises taken on the Royal Caribbean, Celebrity (except Celebrity Xpeditions), and Azamara cruise brands.

  • $250 On board credit for sailings of 14 nights or longer, per stateroom.
  • $200 On board credit for sailings of 10-13 nights, per stateroom.
  • $100 On board credit for sailings of 6-9 nights, per stateroom.
  • $50    On board credit for sailings of 5 nights or less, per stateroom.

You can book your cruise through your favorite travel agent or directly with Royal Caribbean.  After you book your cruise, simply sending in some info to RCCL and you will receive the credit.  You must include a copy of your current brokerage statement.  You can email RCCL with any questions  [email protected]

For complete details on Royal Caribbean stockholder benefits, CLICK HERE.

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Carnival – Carnival includes all cruises (exceptions for reduced rate and complimentary cruises) taken on Carnival, Princess, Cunard, Costa, Holland America, P&O, AIDA, and Seabourn cruise brands.

  • $250 Onboard credit for sailings of 14 days or longer per stateroom.
  • $100 Onboard credit for sailings of 7-13 days, per stateroom.
  • $50 Onboard credit for sailings of 6 days or less, per stateroom.

For complete details on Carnival Corporation stockholder benefits, CLICK HERE.

Norwegian – Norwegian includes all cruises on Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises, and Regent Seven Seas Cruises, excluding any charter sailings.

  • $250 Onboard credit per stateroom on sailings 15 days and longer.
  • $100 Onboard credit per stateroom on sailings 7-14 days.
  • $50 Onboard credit per stateroom on sailings 6 or less days.

For complete details on Norwegian stockholder benefits, CLICK HERE.

With the current stock prices (December 14 , 2017) at around $65 for Carnival (Ticker symbol CCL), $53 for Norwegian (Ticker symbol NCLH), and $122 for Royal Caribbean (Ticker symbol RCL), you can not only make an investment for the future, but save money on all the cruises you take on the Carnival, Norwegian, and Royal Caribbean brands.  A 100 shares of Carnival stock can be purchased for roughly $6,500.  Not only do you save on future cruises, but two of the companies also pay dividends.  Carnival currently pays $1.80 in dividends a year (2.69%) and Royal Caribbean $2.40 (1.97%) a year per share.

Of coarse, always use the brokerage of your choice and one that you are familiar with.  Investing in the stock market is not for everyone and the shares can lose value at anytime.

This is just another way that Cruise Fever wants to help you get the most out of your next cruise.  If you have any comments or questions, please feel free to email us or simply leave a comment below.

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Cruise Tips Booking Carnival, Royal Caribbean, & Norwegian Stockholder Benefits: Free Onboard Credit

4 COMMENTS

  1. Carnival Corp shareholder benefits letter states that the cruise should be reserved by 2/28/18 and the benefits are applicable only to sailings through 7/31/2018. So, if my cruise is in September, I can’t get the benefits?

  2. I own Carnival and RCCL stock. Carnival is easy to get credit RCCL is a different story. If you take advantage of any other discounts including diamond benefits you can’t use it. I only get to use it 10% of the time

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