Cunard offers extra on-board spending money on selected voyages

Travellers looking to embark with Cunard can now claim extra on-board spending money on selected voyages.

The new promotion, which runs from today 12 March until 6 June 2024, gives guests the opportunity to enjoy up to US$660 on board credit per balcony stateroom on selected bookings. 

Coming soon Queen Anne

The offer is valid for voyages departing between 1 August 2024 and 30 November 2025. It is valid aboard the brand’s flagship ocean liner Queen Mary 2.  As well as Queen Victoria, Queen Elizabeth, and the line’s newest ship, Queen Anne.

Some of the itineraries included in this promotion are Transatlantic Crossings and Norwegian Fjords sailings as well as Alaskan adventures and fly cruises to the Western Mediterranean.

And with so many enriching experiences already included, guests can use their on board spending money on those extra special touches.

Whether it’s indulging in a spot of retail therapy whilst sailing on the open sea, or soothing away stresses and practicing self-care with a special treatment via Cunard’s award-winning wellness and enrichment programme, there is something for everyone aboard the luxury cruise line’s Queens.

Guests can also use their extra on board spending to unlock a fantastic variety of shore experiences.

Voyage of a Lifetime

From the Voyage of a Lifetime opportunity of whale watching in icy Alaskan waters to tobogganing in Madeira, and hiking tropical rainforests in St Lucia, there is a thrilling programme of memorable shore-based activities.

Cunard has been operating passenger ships on the North Atlantic, since 1840, and is now celebrating 183 years of operation. 

A pioneer in transatlantic journeys for generations, the Cunard experience is built on fine dining, and outstanding service. From five-star restaurants to in-suite dining, every detail makes the experience unforgettable. 

There are currently three Cunard ships, Queen Mary 2, Queen Elizabeth and Queen Victoria.  A fourth ship, Queen Anne, will enter service in 2024 and will be the first time since 1999 that Cunard will have four ships in simultaneous service.