I am thrilled to share with you that Norwegian Cruise Line is now offering a military discount! And it’s a substantial discount.
This morning, November 2nd, they announced the launch of its first-ever Military Appreciation Program to recognize active and retired U.S. military members, and their spouses, with special onboard experiences, amenities, and cruise fare discounts on all 18 of their ships.
NCL’s Military Appreciation Program allows all active duty, retired military veterans, and their spouses a 10% discount on their cruise fare for all sailings beginning on Jan. 1, 2023. You can book a cruise now and as long as it sails after the beginning of next year you can get your discount.
This ongoing offer can be combined with the Company’s guest-favorite Free At Sea offer, which provides guests the opportunity to design their dream vacation with free airfare, unlimited open bar, specialty dining, Wi-Fi, and more. The Free at Sea can end up being up to an additional savings of $3,450.
In addition to the 10% discount, guests who book under the Military Appreciation Program will also receive exclusive experiences and recognition on board, including a welcome reception and special amenities such as a collectible military challenge coin, pins to designate program participation, and collectible patches customized for each ship in the NCL fleet.
Service men and women will be validated through ID.me, a secure digital identity network that allows active and retired U.S. military members to verify their identity once, and never have to re-verify their identity again across any organization where ID.me is accepted. Those already registered with ID.me will be one step closer to booking their deserved cruise vacation under the Military Appreciation Program. Chances are high you already have one of these accounts, since it’s used by lots of other companies.
What Our Family Thinks of Norwegian Cruise Line
You may recall that we have sailed on the Norwegian before when they launched the Bliss and had a fabulous time. We liked that we could show up to eat whenever we wanted at almost any restaurant. We don’t mind sticking to a schedule but prefer the freedom to be flexible depending on what we are up too. To see our full review of that ship check out: Norwegian Bliss: Fun for the Whole Family