Save $1300 per couple on select 2014 Avalon Waterways Europe river cruises
Avalon Waterways if offering up some great saving opportunities during National Cruise Vacation Week, October 20 to October 27, 2013.
You can save $1300 per couple on select 2014 Avalon Waterways European River Cruises.
The applicable cruises are:
- Tulips of Northern Holland Amsterdam to Amsterdam March 30 & April 12, 2014
- Tulip Time Cruise Amsterdam to Amsterdam March 26 & April 2, 6, 9, 13, 16, 19, 27 & 30, 2014
- Romantic Rhine Z├╝rich to Amsterdam April 19 & 27, 2014
- The Blue Danube Discovery Budapest to Prague April 28, 2014
- Capitals of Central Europe Prague to Budapest April 7, 2014
- Capitals of Central Europe Budapest to Prague March 31; April 14, 2014
- The Legendary Danube Prague to Budapest March 25, 2014
- Balkan Discovery Budapest to Bucharest April 2, 2014
- Blue Danube to the Black Sea Bucharest to Vienna April 9, 2014
- European Splendor Vienna to Amsterdam April 20, 2014
- The Rhine & Moselle Amsterdam to Basel April 13, 2014
- The Upper Rhine to the City of Music Z├╝rich to Vienna April 25, 2014
- Burgundy & Provence C├┤te d’Azur to Paris March 24, 2014
- Paris to Normandy’s Landing Beaches Paris to Paris April 15, 2014
Here are the details:
Receive $650 off per person on the cruise/land only price of select 2014 Avalon Waterways vacations. Offer available on select dates of select cruises. Booking must be made, under deposit, and discount applied between October 16 and November 19, 2013 for travel at select times in 2014. Avalon and Royal Suites excluded. Offer reliant on space availability and may be withdrawn at any time. Not combinable with any other offer, other than Journeys Club Repeat Traveler benefit. Applies to new 2014 bookings only, and offer will not be applied to pre-existing bookings. Must mention ask & receive code NCVW2014. Offer reliant on space availability. Full cancellation penalties will apply. Additional restrictions may apply. May be withdrawn at any time.
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