As millions of families plan an upcoming vacation, many are reminded that these adventures need to cater to every family member’s needs and interests. With more travelers than ever considering cruise vacations, Costa Cruises is making it easier and more affordable for holidaymakers to embark on a relaxing European vacation this fall and winter.
Black Friday and Cyber Monday have become retail traditions of the U.S. Thanksgiving holiday, when many companies offer some of their best deals of the year. Characteristically, Costa Cruises is putting its own Italian-style spin on the season with its “Grazie-Giving Sale,” which runs Nov. 24 through Nov. 29, and will feature the line’s lowest rates of the season on select sailings, including a seven-night Mediterranean cruise on Costa’s flagship, Costa Diadema, starting at $449 for an inside cabin and $549 for a balcony cabin.
October is National Plan a Cruise Month, and with Costa Cruises’ “Early Booking Dream Sales Event,” it’s the ideal time to plan a Mediterranean vacation. The Italian-flagged cruise line is offering reduced rates, reduced deposits and onboard credits of up to $800 per cabin on select 2016 Mediterranean cruises. Organized by Cruise Lines International Association, the monthlong Plan a Cruise initiative aims to educate travelers and promote cruising as the ultimate vacation option through a multidimensional campaign.
Savvy travelers looking for a more affordable vacation this fall can take advantage of the less-traveled shoulder season with Costa Cruises’ “flash fares” for North Americans on select European cruises from September through November. The Italian-flagged cruise line is offering rates as low as $399 per person, double occupancy, on weeklong western Mediterranean itineraries and $699 on longer 11-night explorations of the eastern Med.
Costa Cruises knows it’s never too late to plan a fantastic summer getaway, and with “flash fares” for North Americans on select European cruises now is the time to book an Italian-style cruise. Several Costa ships are sailing throughout the European region for the 2015 summer season, so there are plenty of exciting itineraries.
Costa Cruises is turning March Madness into “March Medness” with offers that make a Mediterranean cruise this spring irresistible. The Italian cruise line is offering fares as low as $499 per person, up to $400 in onboard credits per cabin and reduced rates for third and fourth guests in a cabin on seven-night cruises aboard Costa Fascinosa and the line’s new flagship Costa Diadema.
Costa Cruises is offering special savings during CLIA’s National Cruise Vacation Week, October 6, 2014 to October 10, 2014. Enjoy 50% reduced deposits for bookings outside of final payment. Plus receive instant upgrade-Inside stateroom to Ocean view stateroom, Ocean view stateroom to Balcony stateroom-on Caribbean sailings.
Summer may have come to an end, but Costa Cruises is just beginning to heat things up with its latest promotion on Caribbean sailings this winter. The Italian-flagged cruise line is offering free upgrades and reduced deposits when Costa Luminosa and Costa Mediterranea reposition to Miami, Fla., in December for a season of unique 10-, 11- and 12-night cruises to the eastern, western and southern Caribbean.