Holland America Line launches 'Black Friday Offer' tomorrow

Holland America Line launches 'Black Friday Offer' tomorrow

The Black Friday cruise sale will run 17 to 27 November

Holland America Line is offering a deal to mark this year’s Black Friday, typically the day after the US Thanksgiving holiday, regarded as the first day of the festive shopping season.

Bookings on select cruises between 17 to 27 November will benefit from prepaid stateroom crew appreciation (gratuities) and up to 40% off cruise-only fares.

The offer can be combined with the company’s 'Have It All' premium cruise package with perks including shore excursions, a drinks package, speciality dining and free Wi-Fi.

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Holland America Line chief commercial officer Beth Bodensteiner said: “Black Friday is all about the best deals of the season and including crew appreciation can add up to significant savings, especially when you also factor in reduced cruise fares. If you want to enhance the value of your cruise even more, combine the Black Friday Offer with our Have It All premium package. Now is the time to book that dream cruise.”

The prepaid crew appreciation is applicable for the first and second guest in a stateroom, with guests able to take advantage of the offer on sailings from 2022 to 2024 cruises. However, the deal excludes Grand Voyages and itineraries lasting for less than five days.


Reduced cruise fares of up to 40% discount are available on a variety of worldwide itineraries spanning Alaska, the Caribbean, Northern Europe, the Mediterranean, Canada and New England, Asia, Australia and New Zealand, South America, Hawaii and Tahiti, Mexico, the Pacific Coast and Panama Canal.

Based on the length of the cruise, guests receive up to three shore excursions, in addition to the Signature Beverage Package, a WiFi package and up to three speciality dining experiences.

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