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Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines Shareholder Benefits

July 29th, 2010 · 1 Comment

Royal CaribbeanIf you thought the Carnival Cruises Shareholder benefits were good, wait until you see what Royal Caribbean offers its shareholders.

Like with Carnival, you are eligible if you have 100 shares of RCL stock. With Carnival, you get $250 (14+ nights), $100 (7-13), or $50 (5 or fewer) but with Royal Caribbean there are four tiers of benefits. It’s only one extra tier but those going on sailings of 10-13 nights will appreciate the extra hundred bucks! Here are the tiers:

  • 14 nights+: $250 onboard credit per stateroom
  • 10-13 nights: $200
  • 6-9 nights: $100
  • 5 or fewer: $50

These benefits are available for Royal Caribbean, Celebrity Cruises (excluding Celebrity Xpeditions) or Azamara Club Cruises Sailings.

There are a few other caveats. The stateroom must be double occupancy and you get one benefit per stateroom, the one the shareholder is in. You can redeem the benefit as many times as you want by:

Provide your name, address, confirmation number, ship and sailing date along with a copy of your shareholder proxy card or a current brokerage statement showing proof of share ownership in Royal Caribbean Cruises, Ltd.
Via Mail: RCL Investor Benefit, PO Box 025511, Miami, Florida 33102-5511
Via Fax: 1-305-373-6699 Via Email: [email protected]

I hope you can take advantage of it!

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  • 1 Rehoguy // Mar 4, 2013 at 8:59 am

    The shareholder benefit is not nearly as beneficial as it may seem, as it cannot be combined with virtually any other discount the passenger may receive (which are frequently and readily available). Carnival much more agreeable in this respect than Royal Caribbean- and we’ve done both.

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