In honor of the brave men and women who serve this country, many cruise lines are offering special military rates on select cruises setting sail in 2013. Below are all the cruise military discounts that you can take advantage of, many of which include special reduced rates and promotions. Enjoy!
Cruise Military Discounts
Carnival Cruise Line- With the Carnival Cruise Line military discounts, retired and active duty military personnel can get special reduced rates. When searching for a cruise, be sure to select the “Active/Retired Military” option under the “Special Rates” category. To book a reduced price Carnival Cruise, click HERE
Disney Cruise Line- When you book through the Disney Cruise Line military discount, guest can receive special reduced rates when you use the booking code “MTO”. The offer is available for active duty and retired military and Department of Defense personnel. You must also present a valid military ID at the time of the arrival. Also please note that these reduced rates are only valid for 3 staterooms per military member. For the official Disney Cruise Line military site, click HERE
Norwegian Cruise Line- Through the Norwegian Cruise Line military discount, guests can take advantage of reduced military rates on all cruise when you use the code MILITARY when booking during step 1 of the process. For the official Norwegian Cruise Line military site, click HERE
Princess Cruises- Active duty and retired military personnel receive an onboard credit with the Prince Cruises military discount. (6 days or less = $50 per person; 7-13 days = $100 per person; and 14 days or longer = $250 per person). This must be booked using a special request form found HERE
Royal Caribbean Cruise Line- Special rates on select sail dates when you use the Royal Caribbean Cruise Line military discount. When searching for a cruise to book on their official website, be sure to select the ‘U.S. Military or Canadian Forces” option to get reduced rates. To book a Royal Caribbean cruise, click HERE
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