MSC Cruises USA Slashes 50% Off Caribbean Sailings
Through Oct. 31, MSC Cruises USA's 'Trip & Treat' promotion takes at least 50% off the price of a 2021 Caribbean sailing. Plus, kids sail free on many cruises.
Four MSC ships are scheduled to operate from the US — MSC Seaside, MSC Divina, MSC Meraviglia and MSC Armonia — on three-, four- and seven-night itineraries to the Bahamas and Caribbean. Besides PortMiami, MSC will be cruising from Port Canaveral.
“We’ve seen an excitement to get back to cruising the Caribbean and the Bahamas, and with the benefit of great savings as well as increased flexibility with our successful Total CruiseFlex program, families can start planning their long-awaited vacations with comfort and confidence,” said Ken Muskat, EVP and chief operating officer, MSC Cruises USA.
All ships that are part of the 'Trip & Treat' sale will call at Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve.
Up to 50% Discount for Healthcare Heroes
To salute the healthcare professionals fighting the COVID-19 pandemic. MSC Cruises USA is offering up to 50% off fares for all front-line and back-office healthcare professionals.
This discount can be combined with the 'Trip & Treat' promotion, so healthcare professionals can save up to 50% on top of the at least 50% off pricing during the promotion. The healthcare heroes promotion is available through April 30.
Perks for MSC Voyagers Club
On top of the 'Trip & Treat' sale, members of MSC Voyagers Club loyalty program get an additional 5% discount on top of the 5% off they automatically receive on all cruise bookings, plus up to $100 on-board credit per member, based on their membership level.
Total CruiseFlex gives travelers the opportunity to move their booked cruise to any ship and any sail date up to 48 hours before departure. With this program, customers can book the 'Trip & Treat' sale without worrying if they need to change their plans. Total CruiseFlex applies to any new bookings made between Aug. 5 and Oct. 31, on any departure between Dec. 1, 2020, and Dec. 31, 2021.
Source: Seatrade Cruise News