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Norwegian expands 'Freestyle Choice' to include free Wi-Fi

Norwegian expands 'Freestyle Choice' to include free Wi-Fi
Expanding its 'Freestyle Choice' promotion through May, Norwegian Cruise Line is touting a selection of four offers including free Wi-Fi, a package of 250 minutes (or, on Norwegian Breakaway, passengers can choose up to 1000 MB of data).

The other choices are a specialty dining credit, shore excursion credit and on-board credit. These offers are in addition to Friends & Family Savings, where, on select sailings, the third through eighth passenger in each stateroom can sail for free or for 50% off.

Via 'Freestyle Choice,' cruisers who book a suite or The Haven by Norwegian will receive all four offers, valued at up to $1,200. Travelers in an ocean-view, balcony or mini-suite stateroom can choose one of the offers and will receive Friends & Family Savings.

Those who book an inside or studio stateroom will get $25 in on-board credit and Friends & Family Savings.

Passengers who choose the specialty dining credit on a three- to six-night cruise will get $50 per person to spend in a venue such as Cagney's steak house, Le Bistro or Wasabi. Those on seven- to nine-night itineraries will receive $75 per person while cruises 10 nights or longer give $110 in specialty dining credit.

The shore excursions offer provides a $50 credit in up to four ports, while the on-board credit offer gives greater flexibiilty to use the money, for example, in the Mandara Spa or gift shop. The amount of on-board credit is based on stateroom category booked.

Pride of America sailings are not eligible for offer, nor are Norwegian Sky cruises beginning Jan. 1, 2016.

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