NCL changes Latitudes Rewards Program

here is the new structure

 

Membership Tiers Tier Points Bronze 1 - 29 points Silver 30 - 54 points Gold 55 - 79 points Platinum 80 - 174 points Platinum Plus 175 - 699 points Ambassador 700+ points

 

 

Platinum Plus is a new loyalty level.

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So how does their point earning system work?  Points per day? Per cruise? Per Drink?  And, do they honor other cruise line status out of curiousty?

 

Every day sailed is worth 1 point.  You can double up by booking certain cruises, suites, or 9 months or more from sail date.

Thanks for posting.

Whatever your level, I hope you enjoy the perks offered. 700 is a lot of cruises... it felt like it took us "forever" to get 200 on Carnival.

Whatever your level, I hope you enjoy the perks offered. 700 is a lot of cruises., but that gets you one free one! It felt like it took us "forever" to get 200 on Carnival.

We are currently Platinum,  which was 76+ nights.  Another change is to claim past cruises, it must be done within 12 months of the sail date.  When the Latitudes Program first started, we received credit for sailing on the Norway several years prior.  I'd have to check our profile to see exactly where we stand.

Trying to show the entire tier structure, hang on........

Thanks for sharing, Bennett.

 

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