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Travelocity's 15th Annual Cruise Super Sale Offers Cruisers Best Deals Of 2014

Wave Season Offers Cruise Vacations Through 2015

SOUTHLAKE, Texas, Jan. 8, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- As the New Year begins so does the start of Wave Season, the time when the major cruise lines offer their biggest sales and best deals of the year. To find the deepest savings, consumers should look to Travelocity's 2014 Cruise Super Sale [http://www.travelocity.com/supersale] - allowing travelers to save up to 80 percent on cruise brochure prices if they book between now and Feb. 2, 2014 and travel between Jan. 15, 2014Dec. 30, 2015.

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"The Cruise Super Sale is the best time for cruisers to lock in huge savings and enhance their cruise experience with bonus offers from the major cruise lines," said Brian Clement, general manager of Travelocity Cruises. "Whether your idea of a perfect vacation is relaxing in the sun or taking advantage of shore adventures, we have a cruise for every type of traveler."

To make the 2014 Cruise Super Sale even better, Travelocity is giving consumers up to $500* in "cruise cash" to spend on experiences at sea, such as specialty dining, spa treatments, guest gratuities and excursions in top cruise destinations including the Caribbean, Mexican Riviera, Europe and South America.

Travelocity Cruise Super Sale


State Room Price

Cruise Cash

$750 - $1,200

$25

$1,201 - $1,800

$75

$1,801 - $3,100

$100

$ 3,101 - $5,300

$200

$5,301 - $6,000

$300

$6,001 - $9,999

$350

$10,000+

$500

*Cruise cash can only be used onboard during your cruise for specified activities and excursions. Offers are per stateroom, not per person for sailings three nights or longer.

In addition to saving money, Travelers also may want to begin their Wave Season cruise search by checking out Travelocity's top five ships to cruise in 2014, which include:

  • Disney Cruise Line's Disney Magic
  • Carnival Cruise Lines' Carnival Breeze
  • Celebrity Cruises' Celebrity Reflection
  • Norwegian Cruise Line's Norwegian Getaway
  • Royal Caribbean International's Allure of the Seas.

About Travelocity
Travelocity wants to inspire you to Go & Smell the Roses! Travelocity helps make your traveling experience memorable with innovative apps, competitive prices and 24/7 customer service. Travelocity believes that travel makes us better and is dedicated to being the traveler's kindred spirit – a travel companion and a travel instigator, roaming the world beside travelers everywhere. Travelocity provides discounts on Hotels, Flights, Vacation Packages, Cruises and Rental Cars.

About Travelocity Global
Travelocity Global is one of the world's largest travel companies, serving the needs of travelers from all walks of life. Based in Southlake (Dallas/Fort Worth), Texas, with offices and customer care centers around the world, Travelocity Global owns and operates: Travelocity® in North America; lastminute.com, a leader in European online travel; The Travelocity Partner Network; and igougo.com, a leading online travel community. Travelocity Global is owned by Sabre Holdings, a global technology company whose innovative technology is used by more than a billion people around the world to plan, book and get to their destination at a time and price that's right for them.

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