Holland America Line, one of nine cruise lines operated by Carnival Corporation, has announced that it will begin offering AARP members credit on many of their cruises.
AARP members can now receive a $50-$200 stateroom credit that can be used when guests are on board. Trips can be booked through travel agents or directly through the cruise line for credit.
“Holland America Line is proud to offer this service to AARP members, who are the most active and valuable travelers to our brand,” said Kacy Cole, Holland America Line chief marketing officer. “We hope to attract AARP members to join us on a cruise to one of the amazing areas we explore.”
AARP members can book Holland America Line cruises to destinations around the world, including Alaska, Antarctica, Asia, Australia, Canada/New England, Caribbean, Europe, Mediterranean, Mexico, South America and beyond. Eligible cruises range from weekend getaways to “Legendary Voyages” up to 59 days.
Cruises that are not eligible for the credit are less than five days, Grand Voyages, and Grand Voyage segments.
This can be combined with Holland America Line’s popular Have It All premium package which includes cruises, exclusive restaurants, a Signature Beverage Package and Surf Wi-Fi. The offer may also be combined with other credit cards that the guest is eligible for.
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“Holland America Line’s cruises open up the world to AARP members, allowing them to visit new places and experience different cultures easily and comfortably,” said Victoria Borton, vice president, products and services for AARP. “Members appreciate the sailing experience and level of service that is synonymous with Holland America Line.”