Royal Caribbean Cruise First Responder Discount is an expression of their gratitude toward police, firefighters and emergency medical service workers who put themselves out for others in their community. Available on select sailings, this discount requires at least one guest in each stateroom be an active or retired employee or volunteer from local or state law enforcement agency, fire department or emergency medical service unit in the US with valid proof of employment (badge or ID) presented prior to boarding.
This company also offers a military rate, which applies to active-duty members from US Army, Navy, Air Force Marine Corps or Coast Guard; members of National Guard or Reserves with honorable discharge; veterans who served two or more years (or six months in a war zone); as well as their spouses or partners of active-duty or deceased military personnel who wish to book staterooms.
Prices for cruises can fluctuate rapidly. To stay informed of the best offers and specials on Royal Caribbean websites (see Resources), sign up for email notifications on their websites (see Resources) to stay informed of specials or sale prices for specific dates, itineraries or ships – you may even find discounts for shore excursions, internet packages or specialty dining through their cruise planner!
Royal Caribbean offers its loyalty program, the Crown and Anchor Society, to which guests become eligible after just one cruise. It includes booking discounts, quarterly printable discount certificates and upgrades based on availability.