Viking River is offering reduced single supplement on select 2016 sailings
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Viking River Cruises is offering 25% reduction on single supplement fares for category E staterooms on select 2016 sailings. Plus roundtrip air from just $395 for select sailings. Itineraries include: Rhine Getaway, Romantic Danube,—Danube Waltz, Tulips & Windmills and Paris & the Heart of Normandy aboard their longships. Offer ends February 29, 2016.
E125echo: Single Traveler Offer provides special savings for a single occupant in a double room at 125% of double occupancy rate for Category E; and 175% for all other categories for 2016 departures of Rhine Getaway, Romantic Danube, Danube Waltz, Tulips & Windmills and Paris & the Heart of Normandy on Viking Longships┬«. Additionally, airfare from $395 is valid on November & December 2016 departures from BOS, EWR, NYC, PHL, PIT & WAS. Other gateways higher, call for pricing. Air does not have to be purchased to get cruise offer and is not combinable with Custom Air and Frequent Flyer programs. Air is combinable with Viking Explorer Society and Referral Rewards. Request offer code E125echo and pay in full by February 29, 2016 or within 90 days of departure if earlier. Offer expires February 29, 2016. Other restrictions may apply. 16-186 1.21.16 CST: 2052644-40
Offer applies to new bookings as of January 27, 2016 in US dollars for US residents only. Air prices are per person based on cruise/cruisetour check-in date, and include transfers plus all government taxes and fees of approximately $160 and air fuel surcharges. Air seats are limited; airfares are subject to change until full payment of air is received. Roundtrip airport transfers are included when air is purchased with a cruise or cruisetour package; if air is not purchased from Viking, transfers may be purchased separately. All transfers must be in conjunction with a Viking-purchased cruise, cruisetour, land extension or extra hotel nights. Additional airline-imposed baggage charges may apply.
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