Cruise holidays can make for a pretty dreamy break but sometimes they can come with a price tag that quickly brings you back down to reality.
The good news is that an increasing number of cruise lines are getting involved in the shopping extravaganza that is Black Friday – meaning there are some great bargains to be had.
To give you a helping hand, we’ve taken a look at the cruise lines taking part this year and highlighted the deals and discounts they will be offering.
Make sure to bookmark this page as we’ll be regularly updating it with more cruise deals as they come in!
In the meantime, here are our top picks of the best Black Friday deals so far…
Which cruise lines are included?
- Royal Caribbean
- Princess Cruises
- Marella Cruises
- Emerald Waterways
- Celebrity Cruises
- DFDS Seaways
Mirror Cruise deals
Forget Black Friday – Mirror Cruise is launching its own Red Friday sale with a plethora of discounted cruise holiday bargains to be had!
Think free drinks packages, up to $200 on board spend, free upgrades and plenty more on selected sailings, not to mention there are cheap cruises to the likes of the Mediterranean starting from £429pp.
In fact, in some cases there are savings to be had with as much as up to £1,540 per person!
But that’s not all.
Between the 23rd-26th November, we’re also offering you an extra £100 off all the Red Friday deals. All you need to do is enter the promo code REDFRI at check out, or call Mirror Cruise today and quote REDFRI so we can discount your booking!
If you don’t want to miss out, book before 8pm on Monday 26th November when the deals will expire.
Royal Caribbean is offering up plenty of tempting deals on a cruise only basis with destinations across Europe and the Caribbean.
Top deals include:
- Spain and France from £399pp: Six-night sailing on board Explorer of the Seas with ports of call including Vigo in Spain, and Gijon and Paris in France. Price based on a round trip from Southampton on a cruise only basis.
- Eastern Caribbean from £559pp: Seven-night sailing on board Harmony of the Seas with ports of call including San Juan, St Maarten and Labadee. Price on a cruise only basis.
- Western Caribbean from £549pp: Seven-night sailing on board Oasis of the Seas with ports of call including Jamaica, Cozumel and Labadee. Price on a cruise only basis.
- Bahamas from £249pp: Four-night sailing to the Bahamas and Perfect Day at Coco Cay, on board Mariner of the Seas. Price on a cruise only basis.
You’ll need to book by Monday 26th November when the sale ends.
The luxury cruise line is offering four days of deals, including seven-day sailings from £549pp.
In fact there are 12 UK-based voyages included, ranging from seven to 14 days for travel dates between April and October 2019.
Highlights include sailings on board the Sapphire Princess including:
- Scandinavia Cruise from £549pp: Seven-day sailing, based on two people sharing an inside stateroom. £99pp for third and fourth guests. Calls include Copenhagen, Oslo, Zeebrugge (Belgium) and Skagen (Denmark). Departs on either April 27 or June 29, 2019.
- Baltic Heritage Cruise from £1,199pp: 14-day sailing, based on two people sharing an inside stateroom and £199pp for third and fourth guests. Calls include an overnight stay in St Petersburg as well as Copenhagen, Stockholm, Helsinki, Tallinn (Estonia), Zeebrugge (Belgium) and Gdansk (Poland). Departs on August 31, 2019.
- Mediterranean Cruise from £1,399pp: 14-day sailing, based on two people sharing an inside stateroom and from £799pp for 3rd and 4th guests. Calls include Barcelona, Rome, Marseille, Cadiz, Livorno, Sardinia and Ceuta (Spanish Morocco). Departs on August 17, 2019.
Saga’s Black Friday deals include a whole host of cruise offers ranging from discounted sailings by up to £600, cruises where single supplements don’t apply, and even free upgrades to all-inclusive packages.
The best part is you’re not limited to the Black Friday frenzy to snap up a deal, as their offers will be live until Friday 30th November.
However, if there’s a particular deal that catches your eye it’s worth getting in early to beat the crowds and secure that dream break!
Marella Cruises is offering a discount of £100 per booking on cruises in 2019 – all you need to do is enter the code BFCRUISE100 at checkout.
The best part is there’s no minimum spend, and you have a very generous window for travel, as the deal’s valid on sailings from January through to December 2019.
You can check out all of the discounted cruises here, but there are also dedicated pages for winter 2018/2019 cruises, summer 2019 cruises, and winter 2019/2020 cruises.
Tempted by a river cruise? Emerald Waterways is offering guests who book a new 2019 European river cruise the chance to take advantage of unlimited free drinks throughout their time on board.
The offer is valid on sailings booked by Friday 30th November.
You can find all of the deals on the Emerald Waterways website.
Celebrity Cruises is running some very tempting discounts across cruises departing from Southampton in 2019 including:
- Savings of up to 50% off the cruise only fare for the second guest
- Free Classics Drinks Packages
- Up to $200 on board spending money
You’ll need to book by the 26th November to make the most of the offer – you can see the full list of cruises on offer on the Celebrity Cruises website here.
Although DFDS is a ferry operator, we’ve chosen to include them because for Black Friday they’re hosting a brilliant deal on their popular Newcastle-Amsterdam mini cruise.
In fact, passengers can get up to 66% off the two-night cruise which includes five hours in the Dutch capital – you can check out our guide to making the most of a trip to Amsterdam for extra inspiration.
Prices start from £30 per person for the return journey, based on two people sharing an ensuite cabin.
That includes your two nights on board and the coach transfers to and from the ferry in Amsterdam.
Tempted? You can book on the DFDS website but be quick as the offer expires on Monday 26th November.
The deal is valid for select departure dates between the 25th November to the 31st March.
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