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Celebrity sweetens '123go!' and adds benefits for corporate groups

Celebrity Cruises brought back its '123go!' offer with benefits for travelers beyond the first two in a stateroom and, for the first time, rolled out a 'Pick Your Corporate Perk' offer for corporate groups and meetings.

Through July 31, travelers can choose from more than 500 cruises sailing from October 2014 to April 2016 and select one of three options—a free beverage package, free gratuities or on-board credit. Travelers booking a Europe cruise can choose two offers.

Plus, each additional person beyond the first two in a stateroom gets a free classic non-alcoholic beverage package and 40 free Internet minutes.

Captain's Club loyalty members receive additional perks, including up to 50% reduced deposits and the chance to earn 25 bonus Club Points when their vacation is booked at least nine months in advance of the sail date. Members may earn more Club Points if they book a suite.

Meeting planners can get a new value-add for their entire group, and receive recognition with a series of perks while sailing.

Corporations cruising with Celebrity can choose one of three perks for their next booked group—a free beverage package, free gratuities or on-board credit.

Among the perks for corporate meeting planners are an upgrade to Captain Club’s 'Select' tier of the loyalty program for the group sail date and beyond, access to online Captain’s Club newsletters, an invitation to the exclusive Captain’s Club Celebration and priority embarkation (where available).

In addition, the meeting planner is designated a 'guest of distinction' during that cruise for special recognition and some in-room surprises.


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