Norwegian Cruise Sale | Book a 14-Night Caribbean Cruise for Just $49 Per Night

Hip2Save may earn a small commission via affiliate links in this post. Read our full disclosure policy here.

More Cruise Deals

Norwegian Gem cruise ship

Looking for a great cruise deal?

Hop on over to and check out the recent price drops on Norwegian Cruises! To take advantage of one of these limited-time offers, you’ll want to book your cruise as soon as possible, as these prices are subject to change without notice. Restrictions may apply – please see the full terms and conditions for complete details.

Norwegian Dawn cruise ship

Ready to book?

Scroll through the available sailings and choose from the selection of qualifying itineraries, dates, and price points. To sweeten the deal, you’ll find that select bookings are eligible for additional offers such as free or discounted shore excursions, specialty dining credits, drinks, WiFi, and other onboard credits.

Check out these discounted rates…

14-Night Caribbean Cruise on Norwegian Gem (Boston round trip, departing on October 25) – Pay as little as $687 per person, including taxes & fees.

That’s as low as just $49/night per person!

12-Night Cruise to Canada/New England on Norwegian Dawn (NYC to Quebec City, departing on September 24) – See the beautiful fall foliage of North America’s east coast for as little as $678 a person (including taxes & fees)!

That’s as low as just $56.50/night per person!

7-Night Cruise to Canada/New England on Norwegian Gem (Quebec City to Boston, departing on September 27) – See the best fall foliage in North America for as little as $448 a person (including taxes & fees)!

That’s as low as just $64/night per person!

Note that these per person rates are based on double interior cabin occupancy and are subject to change at any time.

Have you booked with Costco Travel before? Here are 3 reasons why you should!

Join The Discussion

Comments 11

  1. Jamie

    Does anyone know if you have to book for doubles for the price or can you travel alone? I didn’t see it online

    • je

      They do have rooms for solo travelers. I recommend just going online and pricing it out.

  2. Casey

    I’m pretty sure if you travel alone on a Norwegian ship that doesn’t offer the solo option you have to pay for two people. Some of their ships offer solo cabins for the person who would like to travel alone.

  3. Marie

    Way cheaper through NCL directly. The cruise we have booked in March is currently $3500 for 4 people, 7 days, $100 on board credit, adult beverage packages for me and hubby, wifi package, and free expensive dinners.
    On Expedia it was $4100 for 4 people, 7 days, and only the $100 onboard credit.

  4. TRES


    • Chris

      Bizarre comment

  5. Tina

    We did an Alaskan cruise on Ncl this summer. It was amazing!

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      How neat! Glad to hear what a great experience it was, Tina!

    • je

      Us too! It was a very relaxing and beautiful cruise. If you love nature, definitely do an Alaskan cruise. I would have never thought of booking it for the family, but our girls (8 and 11) wanted to go to Alaska so we went. No regrets. Seeing the glaciers up close and all the wildlife was so amazing.

  6. Corina

    We just booked our fifth cruise with NCL that sails in 26 days. How fun.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      How exciting! Have a wonderful trip!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

It's not your Grandma's coupon site!

Sign up for a Hip2Save account (it's free) to access all of the awesome features!

Forgot Password?

Don't have an account? Register

Forgot Password

Don't have an account? Register

Already have an account? Login

Thank you for rating!

Would you also like to leave us a comment?