Norwegian Cruise Line Announces Early Black Friday Deal

Norwegian Cruise Lines' Black Friday Deal is Almost Too Good to Be True!

Black Friday has arrived early for Norwegian Cruise Line fans! NCL is offering an amazing Black Friday deal for those looking to book ASAP! Now through December 5, when you book on any of their ships (including the brand new Norweigan Prima!), you can bring someone along on the cruise for free with their "Best Deal Ever" offer! All you have to do is pay for their port charges and fees.

The freebies are valued at over $3,400 with ships sailing to Europe, the Caribbean, and Alaska. And if you're sailing with a third and fourth passenger, you can add them to your cabin at a discount, too! It's only $99 each before taxes - a STEAL. 

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Sample Dates

Check out some sample dates per Norwegian's website, subject to availability:

  • 7-Day Cruise on Norwegian Bliss to Alaska from Seattle: $609 per person (was $1,218 per person)
  • 7-Day cruise on Norwegian Breakway to the Western Caribbean including Cozumel: $399 per person
  • 3-Day Cruise on Norwegian Sky to the Bahamas from Miami: $199 per person
  • 7-Day Caribbean Cruise on the brand new Norwegian Prima to Harvest Caye, Cozumel, and Roatan from Galveston, TX: $799 per person (was $1,598)

The Brand New Norwegian Prima / Photo by The Points Guy
The Fine Print

Reach out to your Magical Memory Maker for the fine print on this deal! Book by December 5 to take advantage of this Black Friday offer including 2nd guest sails FREE, free airfare, free unlimited open bar, free specialty dining, free excursions, and more. 

Did we mention we love FREE?

Excited yet? Reach out to your Magical Memory Maker today or hit the button above for a quote aboard Norwegian Cruise Line! Cruise memories are the best memories. 

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