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MIAMI — Norwegian Cruise Line has announced that it has enhanced its Latitudes Rewards loyalty program, featuring new benefits at all tier levels.
Available for all cruises beginning Feb. 3, the new program includes the addition of two new elite tier levels for the most frequent cruisers: Platinum Plus, for guests who’ve earned 175 points and above, and Ambassador, for those earning a minimum of 700 points. These new elite tiers reward Norwegian’s most loyal cruisers with never-before-offered benefits, including dinner with the ship’s officers and a complimentary seven-day cruise (for Ambassador only).
New complimentary benefits include a bottle of sparkling wine for all Latitudes Rewards guests, shore excursion discounts for Silver members and above, bottled water for Gold members and above, free Internet minutes and much more. All Latitudes Rewards guests receive priority check-in, key card recognition and enhanced onboard discounts.
“At Norwegian Cruise Line, we value our loyal guests and want to provide an aspirational and meaningful rewards program,” said Meg Lee, Chief Marketing Officer for Norwegian Cruise Line. “We have listened to our guests’ feedback and have enriched our Latitudes Rewards program to better recognize our loyal guests with more valuable onboard amenities and additional tier levels that provide exclusive offers, including a complimentary cruise for our most frequent guests.”
To make it easy for guests to receive special loyalty offers and onboard benefits, all guests 18 years of age or older are automatically enrolled in the Latitudes Rewards program after their first cruise. With the enhanced program, guests will continue to earn one point per cruise night and an additional point per night if they book in a Suite or in The Have, or with a Latitudes Insider offer.
For more information go to ncl.com/latitudes-rewards-program-enhancements.