MSC Cruises offers incentive during Cruise Week

Friday, 23 Sep, 2022 0

MSC Cruises is offering a new booking incentive for UK travel agents, as part of CLIA Cruise Week to help drive bookings for sailings on board MSC Virtuosa. 

Customer bookings made until 2 October 2022 will receive up to £200 in on board credit for their trip on MSC Virtuosa.

The onboard credit will be based on the length of the sailing booked and will be valid on MSC Virtuosa sailings departing Southampton between October 2022 to October 2023.

Bookings can be made through travel agents or directly online.

Steve Williams, Director of Sales, UK & Ireland, MSC Cruises commented, “Agents in our network are benefitting from some of the opportunities we’re offering. Our mission at MSC Cruises is to make cruise holidays the best value in the industry, thanks to our dedicated team of travel advisors.”

Clients who book a balcony cabin or higher will receive onboard credit based on the duration of their trip with 10 nights and above gaining £200 per cabin (£100.00 solo occupancy).

Clients can redeem the offer by booking through a travel agent who can complete their booking at www.mscbook.com or directly online at www.msccruises.co.uk.



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Learn more about :   MSC Cruises ( N. America )     MSC Cruises ( Asia Pecific )     MSC Cruises ( United Kingdom )  

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