Royal Caribbean offering DOUBLE cruise points on ALL sailings in 2021!



For all of you who love Royal Caribbean as I do, There was announcement this morning that they would be offering DOUBLE cruise points on NEW BOOKINGS for 2021. As would be predictable, Everyone lost their collective mind.

Royal Caribbean, being the outstanding customer service giant that they are, changed it to all 2021 sailings for EXISTING Crown and Anchor Members, quicker than they agreed to honor the $18/day "Glitch" Drink Package Prices last year.

After my 5 day cruise in December, and my 7 day in April, I will be firmly into the ranks of the Emerald Crown and Anchor Level.

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28 Answers

Congratulations! Good news for Royal fans.

Enticing for those who travel RCI. Hopefully you get to enjoy those perks.

Opus, I saw that yesterday and I jumped for joy ! I love sailing on RC (and Celebrity) and that is great news.

I have two cruises already on the books for 2021. Assuming that neither of them get canceled, I will go from Gold Level to Emerald Level and I will only be 4 points away from Diamond Level.

We have an 11 day and a 10 day already booked. The one in March will be the first one as Diamond members.

I am soooo jealous of you ! I can't wait to make Diamond.

Even with what I currently have booked, I’ll still be VERY short of Diamond. :sadface:

although, if I get cockblocked on my December Cruise on Adventure, there’s a 10 day on Vision at the end of February that I’ll try to lift and shift to. If that’s the case, after that, and my 7 day on Oasis in April, I’ll only be 10 short of Diamond.

We have 21 days booked, so we get 42 points toward Diamond +, 131 points total!

I dont earn my next week of vacation until 2025, So i'll be stuck with booking 17 days max for the next few years Crying


Just an update on how the process works: You don’t have to do ANYTHING! If you are an existing CAS member(have sailed 3 nights or more on RCI) the double points are automatically applied!

Since the cruise lines have to apply and be approved 60 days prior to sailing, I would imagine your December sailing just bit the dust.

Also, since the current CDC guidelines say nothing over 7 days, I would think the 10 day on Vision would also be out! I am starting to think the CDC hates C&A members.


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