Travel Discounts for Military Personnel

Many travel vendors and tour companies extend special pricing and discounts for Military personnel to take advantage of!

Here are a few of the great offers available:

Sandals & Beaches Resorts

In appreciation of the bravery and commitment to public good exhibited by Servicemen and Servicewomen, Sandals and Beaches Resorts is pleased to extend a 10% discount to Military, Police and Firefighters. This year-round savings discount can be added to any existing promotional rate in the U.S. or Canada!

-10% year-round savings added to any existing promotional rate for all active U.S. and Canadian Firefighter personnel.
-10% year-round discount to any existing promotional rate for all U.S. and Canada Military personnel to include Active or spouse, Retired, Reserves, U.S. National Guard, U.S. Veterans, U.S. Department of Defense and Canada Department of National Defense.
-10% year-round discount off any existing promotional rate for all U.S. and Canada police personnel to include Active only. 10% savings will be applied to all Sandals bookings made now until further notice for travel beginning now until further notice.

To say “thanks,” MSC Cruises is pleased to offer up to 10% savings to salute you and your family members, including spouses, parents, in-laws and dependent children. Enjoy a full 10% off Balcony Staterooms, Suite and MSC Yacht Club 1 Accommodations. Or receive 5% off Interior and Ocean View staterooms and enjoy the view.

Special Military rates on select sailings are now available to all active duty and retired U.S. military personnel (or their spouse), including U.S. Air Force, U.S. Army, U.S. Marines, U.S. Navy, U.S. Coast Guard, U.S. National Guard, U.S. Army Reserve and U.S. Department of Defense Personnel. Active and retired members (or spouse) of the U.S. military must provide valid identification at the time of check-in.


Pleasant Holidays instituted a Military Travel Discount Program applicable to all active U.S. military personnel and their immediate families. The 10% discount applies to vacation packages to all Pleasant Holidays destinations and also includes military personnel who have been honorably discharged within 30 days of travel. There are no black-out dates for travel and no maximum vacation price per booking.


To thank the brave men and women of the American and Canadian military for their service, Princess Cruises® offers up to $250 free on-board spending money* for veterans as well as active, retired or disabled military personnel. This special military benefit is eligible on any cruise, any time of the year and can be used to purchase a wide variety of amenities and experiences including Lotus Spa® treatments, dining in our specialty restaurants, gifts, jewelry and clothing in our on-board boutiques, and Princess Cruises shore excursions.

*Free on-board money is in the form of an on-board credit. The on-board credit is converted to the operational currency on-board the vessel and is applied to the folio of the veteran or active duty personnel's stateroom.


Avalon Waterways offers $100 per-person discount on land only portion for all active-duty Reserve or Retired Military.


Cunard luxury cruise line offers $50 per cabin in on-board ship credits when sailing for up to 6 nights, $100 per cabin when sailing 7-13 nights, and $250 per cabin when sailing 14 or more nights for all U.S. and Canadian military personnel (Active, Reserve, or Retired) applicable to every sailing date.

Royal Caribbean, Holland-America Line, Norwegian and Celebrity cruise lines also extend discounts and special offers to military personnel. You can contact us for more information or available sailings!

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