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Best Cyber Monday cruise deals in 2021

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Hopping aboard a Black Friday or Cyber Monday cruise deal can help you save money while snagging perks like onboard credit and complimentary bevvies. To get the best discount, you may need to be flexible about the itinerary you choose, since cruise lines usually slash prices on select routes instead of offering sitewide blowouts.

Top Cyber Monday cruise deals for 2021

Some of the best cruise deals available right now include:

  • 60% off your second guest plus kids sail free on select cruises with Royal Caribbean
  • Up to 50% off select cruises from Hurtigruten
  • Carnival cruises from $65 per day
  • Up to $1,200 off and $200 in onboard credit with MSC Cruises
  • 30% off all Norwegian Cruise Line cruise
  • 30% off European Waterways cruises through France
  • Up to $400 in onboard credit with Virgin Voyages
  • Free drinks, gratuities and signature dining with Holland America Line
  • Up to $1,000 in onboard credit and cabin upgrades with Azamara
  • Fare from $999 per person plus 50% off deposits with Cunard
  • 20% off select cruises with Regent Seven Seas

Top Black Friday cruise deals

Save up to 90% off Royal Caribbean cruises

Cruises to the Caribbean, Bahamas, Mediterranean, Asia and South Pacific all on sale from just $156. T&Cs apply.


Save up to 88% off last minute and special cruise deals

Book a cruise departing in the next 90 days and save up to 80%.


Over 75% off bookings with top cruise lines

Book cheap Royal Caribbean cruises from just $156 to the Bahamas, Caribbean, Alaska, Hawaii, South Pacific and more. T&Cs apply.

When can I start shopping?

Some cruise lines, like Norwegian Cruise Line, kick off Black Friday deals on the Monday before Thanksgiving. So if you're eager to book, you could start shopping on November 23 this year — or even earlier. But most cruise deals will drop at midnight on Friday, November 27, continuing through the weekend and into Cyber Monday.

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What to expect

Expect discounted rates on select cruises, along with freebie shore excursions, dining and drink packages, Wi-Fi and more from this year's Black Friday cruise deals. To get the biggest bang for your buck, bring someone along — you'll likely see BOGO deals for the second passenger to cruise at a reduced price.

Here's where cruisers have saved during Black Friday in the past:

  • Carnival. Up to 35% off bookings, plus $50 onboard credit and discounted deposits.
  • Celebrity Cruises. $25 deposits, plus $100 onboard credit for all cruises.
  • Disney Cruise Line. Up to 25% off cabins on select bookings.
  • MSC Cruises. Free drinks, Wi-Fi and gratuities on select seven-night cruises.
  • Norwegian Cruise Line. 30% off all cruises, plus five free perks per booking.
  • Royal Caribbean. Up to $300 off select cruises, plus 60% off fare for a second passenger.
  • Princess Cruises.40% off select cruises or up to $800 in onboard credit, plus free Wi-Fi for one guest.
  • Viking River Cruises. Free airfare to the departure port on select itineraries, and discounts on select cruises.

Are Black Friday cruise deals only available online?

No — most cruise lines, including Royal Caribbean and Carnival, will honor deals over the phone, too. But you may need to reference the deal specifically when booking with a sales rep, to make sure the discount is applied to your total.

Which cruise lines offer Black Friday cruise deals?

Most cruise lines offer Black Friday deals, especially more budget-friendly lines like Carnival, MSC Cruises and Royal Caribbean. Some luxury lines also offer reduced fare, but your options may be limited. We'll round up all the deals here, from the upscale Seabourn to Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line, to help you sort through the discounts to find the experience and price that suits you best.

Traveling during the COVID-19 pandemic

If you plan to travel during the pandemic, monitor and understand the risk assessment levels for your destination when planning your trip, before departure and on arrival. Follow safety measures that include wearing a mask in public settings, maintaining social distancing and washing your hands. If you are diagnosed, have symptoms of or are waiting for test results for COVID-19 — or are otherwise at risk of illness — do not host, attend gatherings or travel for 14 days. Note that the CDC warns against cruise travel at this time.

Cruise deals available over Black Friday and Cyber Weekend:

Disney cruises from $705 per person to the Caribbean

T&Cs apply.

Disney Cruise Line deals starting from $213/night to Caribbean and other destinations

T&Cs apply.

Save up to 25% on select Bahamian, Caribbean and Baja cruises with Disney

T&Cs apply.

Carnival cruises starting from just $55/night to the Bahamas and other destinations

T&Cs apply.

Carnival cruises to the Caribbean starting from $179 per person

T&Cs apply.

Save up to 83% off Carnival cruises to the Caribbean

Caribbean cruises from 4-7 nights from $179 per person. T&Cs apply.

Up to $1,000 to spend on board with Norwegian Cruise Line

Just book your next cruise vacation with Priceline Cruises and get up to $1,000 to use as a liquor, dining, and spa credit, along with other purchases made on the ship! T&Cs apply.

Last minute cruise deals from $33/night

Cruises from 3 to 15+ nights available from multiple lines. Get great deals on prime ships, routes, and rooms for bookings from a week or more out.
Avoya Travel

Save up to 20% plus bonuses

Expires 10 Aug 2021
T&Cs apply
Avoya Travel

Royal Caribbean Cruise Sale – Up to 70% off cruise fares + free perks

Expires 31 Dec 2021
T&Cs apply

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