Oceania Cruises loyalty program is getting a makeover and will soon start for guests as soon as they take their first sailing. Under the new Blue membership program guests will get advanced itineraries, 10 percent discount on merch, cocktail reception and membership pins.
Oceania has also added complimentary air deviation fee waivers as well as substantial savings on internet, shore excursions, beverage packages and logo merchandise into its generous mix of benefits.
Current benefits include on-board recognition and membership-level pins, exclusive Oceania Club cocktail receptions and member-only offers. Higher levels also include free cruises, free Canyon Ranch Spatreatments, and a combination of benefits that no other cruise lines provide — rewarding guests with both shipboard credits and pre-paid gratuities.
“While the service, amenities and itineraries are enough to make any client choose to sail with Oceania Cruises several times over, the accumulated rewards that never expire make the decision that much more appealing,” said Denis Lim, President of Cruise Experts Travel.
The new program is effective with the first 2013 sailings and details can be revealed at the Oceania Cruises website at www.OceaniaCruises.com/
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