Special Cruise Pricing
Are there special prices for children or infants?
 
Are there special prices for honeymooners?
 
Are there special prices for airline employees?
 
Are there special prices for firefighters or police officers?
 
Are there special prices for seniors?
 
Are there special prices for single guests alone in a stateroom?
 
Are there special prices for Interline personnel?
 
Are there special prices for military personnel?
 
 
Are there special prices for children or infants?
Because Royal Caribbean cruise vacations offer so many special activities for children, we do not usually offer discounted rates. However, anyone staying in the same stateroom with two full-fare paying guests will pay a special third and/or fourth guest rate. So if you intend on having your children stay in your stateroom, their rate may be lower.
 
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Are there special prices for honeymooners?
While a Royal Caribbean cruise vacation is a wonderful way to spend your honeymoon, we don't offer any special prices to honeymooners at this time. We do offer a variety of packages for wedding ceremonies and receptions. But please let us know if you are celebrating a special occasion onboard!
 
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Are there special prices for airline employees?
Yes, on selected ships and sail dates. Reservations must be made through an Interline Travel Agency. Members of the Airline, Federal Express, DHL Worldwide Express, Airborne Express and United Parcel Service (UPS), who are IATA/ARC appointed should contact their Human Resources Department to find out the names and phone numbers of Interline Travel Agencies.

Eligible Parties Include:
Airline employees as well as employees of Federal Express, DHL Worldwide Express, Airborne Express and United Parcel Service (UPS), who are IATA/ARC appointed
Retired employees of airlines currently in operation

Separate cabins can be booked (up to a maximum of 3 per sailing date) as long as a qualified airline employee, spouse, immediate dependant or non-dependent family member of the employee or spouse, is occupying a berth in each of these cabins. Friends or family members identified below are eligible to occupy a berth in those cabins, at the Interline rate, as long as there is one qualified individual in each of those cabins.

Immediate Dependant Family Members are described as: Spouse, children.

Immediate Non-Dependant Family Members are described as: parents, parents-in-law, children

Length of Employment:
Employee must be employed with the airline for at least (6) six months prior to making the booking and work a minimum of 15 hours per week.

Temporary, on-call intern and contract employees are not eligible.

Identification:
Interline Travel Agency must have authentic proof of airline employee on hand at all times. Airline I.D. is preferred. Authorized letter from airline Human Resource Department may also be accepted. (Random audits will take place throughout the year)

Employee must carry I.D. card or authorized letter with him/her to be presented at check in. Failure to present the necessary airline employee identification may be subject to an additional collection for the difference of the actual retail fare and the Interline fare paid.

Documentation:
As an approved Interline Agency with Royal Caribbean International and Celebrity Cruises, be advised that all reservations made through your Interline phone number will create an electronic document through our eDocs program. There will be no option of receiving a paper document for any booking.

Rate:
Rates apply to minimum inside cabin, ocean-view or balcony staterooms, depending on the availability of each ship and sail date.

Rates are subject to change at any time without notice.

All rates are cruise-only.

Non-commissionable cruise fares and other taxes and fees will be additional.

Single guests pay 200% of the interline fare.

Third and Fourth guests pay the most current rate unless otherwise noted in a promotion.
 
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Are there special prices for firefighters or police officers?
Yes, we do offer special rates for police and firefighters on select ships and sailings. It is important that at least one guest per stateroom be eligible to be considered in compliance with a restricted price program. It is also important to note that noncompliance of the restricted price program terms will result in the reservation being re-priced to the lowest available fare for that particular day. Furthermore, you will be responsible to pay for any differences immediately or else your boarding rights will be denied.

To qualify for a police/fire department rate, an individual must qualify under the following:

  • At least one guest in the stateroom must be an active or retired employee or volunteer of a local or state law enforcement agency, fire department or Emergency Medical Services unit in the United States or Canada.
  • Qualified guests must present valid proof of employment (badge or ID) plus a second form of identification when boarding the ship. The offer is not valid where restricted by applicable law.

All guests traveling in the same stateroom are eligible to receive the police/fire rate. No additional staterooms, other than the one that is occupied by the qualified person is eligible for the police/fire rate. Spouses, parents, in-laws, children or other family members or friends are not eligible for the rate without the eligible person occupying the stateroom.

 
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Are there special prices for seniors?
We offer reduced senior prices only on selected sailings exclusively for guests who are 55 years of age and older. Please contact your travel agent or Customer Support for further information.
 
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Are there special prices for single guests alone in a stateroom?
All rates posted on this website are based on double occupancy. A single guest who wishes to have a stateroom to themselves will be expected to pay 200% of the category rate, unless otherwise noted in the pricing.
 
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Are there special prices for Interline personnel?
Yes, we do offer special rates on selected sailings for Interline personnel. To get this rate, you must place your reservation through a participating travel agency. Contact your human resources department for a list of these agencies.

Eligibility
To qualify for an Interline Rate, each occupant of a stateroom must satisfy either: (a) the requirements for Primary Eligibility for Interline Rates, as described in the “primary” section below; or (b) the requirements for Secondary Eligibility for Interline Rates, as described in “secondary” section below.

Vendor must obtain proof of each occupant’s eligibility for Interline Rates within 48 hours of booking and prior to documents being issued.  Acceptable forms of proof to establish that a person is an “Eligible Airline Employee (as that term is defined below) are set forth in “identification” section.  The final decision for eligibility rests with the applicable Cruise Line.

Primary Eligibility

Airline Personnel
Any person who satisfies any of the following standards shall be deemed an “Eligible Airline Employee” provided that person can substantiate his or her employment by providing the acceptable forms of proof described in the “identification” section.
Airline Employee: To be an “Eligible Airline Employee” a person must be:
1. A current employee with fight benefits of either a domestic or international commercial passenger airline
2. A current employee of Federal Express (FEDEX), Astar Air Cargo (formerly DHL Airways), or United Parcel Service (UPS)
The Cruise Lines from time to time may: (a) limit the availability of Interline Rates to employees of airlines who offer reciprocal pricing offers to employees of the Cruise Lines; or (b) offer two-tiers of Interline Rates, one for employees of airlines who offer such reciprocity and a second tier for employees of airlines that do not offer reciprocity.

Stateroom Eligibility
As long as one guest in the stateroom is described as “primary” eligible, the following would apply:
1. All other guests in the same stateroom would be eligible for the interline rate 2. (One) additional stateroom may be booked with guests in that stateroom being eligible for the interline rate
3. * A (second) additional stateroom may be booked with guests being eligible for the interline rate only if one of the two additional staterooms is occupied by dependant children of the primary guest.
4. Maximum of three (3) cabins can be booked per primary guest, per sailing date only as described in #3 immediately above.

Examples of primary eligibility:
a) primary in cabin 1 + another cabin with anybody in it = 2 cabins
b) primary in cabin 1 + dependent children in 2nd cabin + parents of employee in 3rd cabin  =  3 cabins

Examples of where three cabins is NOT eligible:
a) primary employee in cabin 1, spouse in cabin 2, dependent children in cabin 3 
b) primary employee in cabin 1, anybody in cabin 2, dependent children in cabin 3

Secondary Eligibility

Airline Personnel

Guests qualified under “Secondary Eligibility” may cruise at interline rates even if unaccompanied by the “Primary” eligible guest.  All guests in the same stateroom as the “Secondary Eligible” guest can travel at the interline rate.  Guests qualified as “Secondary Eligibility” are as follows:
1. Spouse or Domestic Partner of currently employed Airline Employee
2. Parents of currently employed Airline Employee
3. Retired employee from a domestic or international commercial airline
4. (CRS) employees of Sabre, Worldspan, Galileo/Apollo, or Amadeus
Stateroom Eligibility
As long as one guest in the stateroom is described as “Secondary” eligible, the following would apply:
1. All other guests in the same stateroom would be eligible for the interline rate
2. Maximum of one (1) cabin can be booked per sailing date

Ineligible Guests
The following guests are NOT qualified to have their own stateroom at interline rates:
1. Amtrak employees
2. Cruise line employees
3. Tour company employees
4. Parents-In-Law
5. FAA, Air Traffic Controllers or other government employees

Identification
A “Primary” guest as described above must provide proof of eligibility in the form of a current I.D. Badge from their respective airline. This is the only form of accepted identification needed for the Airline Employee.
Retired pilot or employee must produce authoritative proof in the form of a company I.D. Badge or correspondence from a Human Resource Department of the company from which the employee or pilot retired
A “Secondary” guest as described above must provide both a photocopy of the “Primary” guest I.D. Badge and a letter on airline letterhead with Manager or Department Head signature and phone number 
 Vendor must retain proof of identification on file until six months after the sailing has been completed 
Vendor must also inform the guests that they may have to provide proof of identification at pier check-in along with proof of qualification for each occupant of the second stateroom (if any).  Failure to produce authentic identification may result in the cruise fare reverting to full retail tariff at time of check in or boarding may be denied. Travel Partner retains the responsibility of qualifying Eligible Airline Employees’ identification prior to documents being issued for each traveler
Random audits will occur at any time throughout the year.  Proof of eligibility requested by “The CruiseLines” must be in your immediate possession at time of each request

Documentation

As an approved Vendor with Royal Caribbean International and Celebrity Cruises, be advised that all bookings made through your interline phone number, will create an electronic document through our eDocs program.  There will be no option of receiving a paper document for any booking.  This includes a retail or group booking, as well as all interline bookings

Rate Conversion
Interline rates, when available, are for new bookings only.  Guests initially booked at a non-interline rate, who requests to be converted to an interline rate if one becomes available, will not be allowed to convert to the interline rate.  Guests booked at an initial interline rate, who then requests to be converted to a lower interline rate if one is created, will not be allowed to convert to the lower interline rate

Availability:
All offers are subject to availability at time of booking request
 
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Are there special prices for military personnel?
Yes, we do offer special rates on selected sailings for military personnel.

It is important that at least one guest per stateroom be eligible to be considered in compliance with a restricted price program. It is also important to note that non-compliance of the restricted price program terms will result in the reservation being re-priced to the lowest available fare for that particular day. Furthermore, you will be responsible to pay for any differences immediately or else your boarding rights will be denied.

To qualify for a military rate, an individual must be classified as one of the following:

  • Active personnel currently serving in the Canadian National Defense; United States Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard, National Guard or Reserves. Proper identification in the form of a United States Uniformed Services WHITE Identification Card for U.S. military personnel, and a WHITE N.D.21 Identification Card with a Red Canadian Flag displayed for Canadian National Defense personnel, must be presented at time of check-in.
  • Retired from any of the divisions listed directly above. "Retired" is defined as A) enlisted personnel or officers with a minimum of 20 years of service, B) medically retired, or C) 100% disabled. Proper identification for those classified in category A or B must be in the form of a United States Uniformed RED (Reserve retired personnel) or BLUE (Active Duty retired personnel) Identification Card. Proper identification for those classified in category C is a United States Uniformed TAN Identification Card. Retired Canadian National Defense personnel are eligible and must possess a green NDI-75 card (retired personnel). All forms of identification must be presented at time of check-in.
  • Veterans with an Honorable Discharge serving a minimum of 2 years, or 6-months in an active war zone, in any of the United States service divisions listed above. Proper identification in the form of a DD 214, plus a current photo must be presented at time of check-in.
  • Spouses of actively deployed, or deceased military personnel, are eligible to book one stateroom as long as the eligible spouse is occupying the stateroom. All other guests traveling in the same stateroom are also eligible for the military rate. Spouse must present the PINK Dependent Military ID upon check-in as proof of eligibility.


All guests traveling in the same stateroom are eligible to receive the military rate. No additional staterooms, other than the one that is occupied by the military person is eligible for the military rate. Spouses, parents, in-laws, children or other family members or friends are not eligible for the military rate without the eligible military person occupying the stateroom. 
 
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