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Celebrity Cruises Offers Free Drinks, Free Tips or Onboard Credit Bonuses

Travelers Today       By    Katie McFadden

Updated: Jan 08, 2013 03:20 PM EST

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Several cruise ships are being affected by a gastrointestinal illness called Norovirus lately. Celebrity and Fred Olsen cruise passengers have come down with the illness.(Photo : Wikimedia)

Celebrity Cruises is offering big bonuses on certain cruises that are booked ay January 27. As part of the cruise line's new 123 Go! Promotion, travelers can have unlimited beverages, free staff gratuities or big on-board credits.

As part of Celebrity Cruises' new promotion, which kicked off on Monday, passengers can choose from a variety of perks when they book their next trip. The bonuses are available on all of the line's ships, except the Celebrity Xpedition which is based in the Galapagos. The bonuses are good for trips from February 2013 and April 2014 and there are over 450 sailings to choose from

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The first option is a free classic Beverage Package for two people. The package is valued at $88 per day, but the bonus would be good for every day of your cruise which could mean it could be worth more than $1,056 if you're on a 12-night cruise. It even covers tips for the drinks. The drinks include soda, juices, premium coffees, teas, beers up to $5 per serving, spirits, cocktails, frozen drinks and wines by the glass up to $8 per serving. For just $10 per person per day, the package can be upgraded to include premium beverages.

Another option is to have free gratuities for staff which covers two people and could be a value of up to $30 per day.

The final option is an onboard credit for up to $300. The value varies depending on how long the cruise is. Those on a 3-5 night cruise receive a $100 credit, 6-9 nights qualifies for 4100 and 10 night or more qualifies for $300. Onboard credit can be used towards onboard purchases, spa treatments, shore excursions, specialty dining and more.

While most cruises qualify for one of the three bonuses, those who take a cruise on one of the five ships sailing to Europe can choose two of the three perks.

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