Cruise Plus offers agents chance to win Celebrity sailing

Gold Medal brand Cruise Plus has partnered with Celebrity Cruises to offer agents the chance to win a 10-day Mediterranean cruise-and-stay itinerary offered by the line.

Any agent who makes a Cruise Plus booking by February 28 and emails their booking reference to will be entered into a prize draw.

If the booking is with Celebrity, the agent receives two entries. The winner of the Mediterranean cruise-and-stay itinerary, calling into Montenegro, Croatia and Greece, will be announced in early March.

The prize includes three nights in Venice; return flights to the UK; a seven-night eastern Mediterranean departing on June 18 on Celebrity Infinity in a balcony cabin for two.

To help agents secure bookings, Gold Medal is planning a range of Cruise Plus marketing activity including e-shots, window posters, social activity and a 12-page cruise itinerary guide.

One of the itineraries to feature in the guide is a nine-night sailing on Celebrity’s incoming vessel Celebrity Beyond in an oceanview cabin. Ports of call include Barcelona, Nice, Naples, and Rome.

The 15-night cruise-and-stay itinerary includes two three-night stays before and after the cruise. Prices for the itinerary, departing on June 1, 2022, start from £2,699.

Gold Medal sales director Nick Hughes said: “Coming hot on the heels of the launch of our new Cruise Plus brochure last week, and right as we’re seeing some real momentum building in calls and bookings, we’re confident that this incentive will excite and motivate agents.

“Who wouldn’t want to be in with a chance to join Celebrity Cruises in the Med this summer? Our dedicated cruise sales and admin teams will do everything they can to help agents secure their bookings so they can enter.”

Hughes urged agents to “watch out” for supporting material and collateral in the coming days.

More: Gold Medal releases new Cruise Plus brochure

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