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Celebrity Cruises offering ‘unmissable rewards’ in wave campaign

Celebrity Cruises, Celebrity Ascent

Celebrity Cruises has announced the return of its Celebrity Moments wave campaign.

From now until 29 February 2024 a host of rewards are up for grabs, with the top 100 selling agents receiving £500 to spend how they like on their Celebrity Rewards Mastercard.

All agents will receive a £50 bonus for every five new bookings they claim, while new-to-cruise agents will earn a £25 bonus for the first three Celebrity Cruises bookings they make and claim on Celebrity Rewards.

In addition, agents will earn £20 for bookings in The Retreat, £10 for Aquaclass, Concierge and Balcony staterooms and £5 for Interior and Oceanview staterooms.

Celebrity Cruises ‘making rewards more accessible’

Celebrity Cruises UK & Ireland senior sales director Claire Stirrup said: “Listening to agent feedback is paramount and we are committed to prioritising agents needs during this busy booking period.

“This year’s Celebrity Moments campaign is tailored to our valued agents and what means the most to them. We have made our rewards more accessible, allowing more agents the chance to earn unmissable rewards.

“Continuing to support all agents, regardless of their cruise experience, is vital to the growth of the industry, which is why we prioritise our training tools and support to give everyone the chance to improve their knowledge and maximise their earning potential and stay motivated to sell Celebrity Cruises.”

The turn-of-year offer also includes 75 per cent off the second guest on “almost all itineraries sailing until 30 April 2026”, the line said.

The cruise line has launched a new selling guide for 2024 – available to download on Celebrity Central with printed copies available from January – and agents can access a dedicated wave toolkit featuring social media assets, videos and flyers on Celebrity Central.

Celebrity recently officially named its fourth Edge series vessel Celebrity Ascent during a naming ceremony in Miami.

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