Premier and Celebrity partner for new campaign

Premier Holidays and Celebrity Cruises have partnered in a new campaign to promote tailor-made cruise and stay itineraries this winter.

A number of tactical cruise and stay holidays for 2018 are available to support the campaign, in which travel agents can also earn up to £150 for every inclusive booking with the operator’s incentive scheme.

Offers include a 15-night New York City stay and Mardi Gras & Caribbean cruise from £2,199 per person, with three nights in New York at the four-star District New York City followed by one night in Fort Lauderdale in five-star accommodation.

Clients will then embark on a ten-night cruise on Celebrity Reflection in an interior stateroom, stopping off in New Orleans, the Cayman Islands and Cozumel before sailing back to Fort Lauderdale for a final night.

The offer includes flights from Heathrow, and full-board, entertainment and use of leisure facilities on board Celebrity Reflection, valid for travel on February 5, 2018.

Agents can download different sized glossy window posters for promotional purposes from the operator’s trade website, and a social media campaign by the operator will enable agents to share the offers on their own pages. The campaign ends on November 30.

For more information visit trade.premierholidays.co.uk or call 0844-4937 444.


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