It’s almost time for the best holiday of the year. No, not Thanksgiving. I’m talking about Black Friday and Cyber Week Sales. No awkward family conversations to be had, no annoying little cousins to be entertained, and no dry turkey to be consumed with a forced smile. It’s the only holiday of the year you’re not obligated to socialize with anyone you don’t want to — you can trade in your narcissistic uncle for fellow shoppers looking to score the same deals as you. Glaringly, Thanksgiving isn’t a present-centric holiday, but that’s where Black Friday and Cyber Sale comes in. Celebrate making it through Thanksgiving in one piece by giving yourself the ultimate gift of unreal deals on things you might not need but always wanted — whether it’s clothes, video games, furniture, or, I don’t know, a cruise.
Celebrate Black Friday and Cyber Sale with Early Cruise 2024 Deals
Nowadays, the best thing about Black Friday deals is that they don’t just happen on Black Friday itself. Many begin weeks earlier, so you can plan your savings in advance and go into the Thanksgiving holiday already smiling from ear to ear about the epic vacation you just booked. At Virgin Voyages, we want to give you a reason to celebrate Black Friday and Cyber Sale, that’s why we’re offering 30% off on all sailings departing until the end of 2024, and a special Bar Tab offer that includes all drinks (that’s right, all drinks) up to $600. Our Black Friday and Cyber Sale deal can be booked any time from November 16th through November 30th.
Gift a Cruise to Kick off the Holidays
Thanksgiving might not be about gifts, but it’s tough to deny that a cruise is one of the best gifts you could give a traveler (including yourself) to kick off the holiday season. Our Black Friday and Cyber Sale cruise deal is good for trips all over the world – whether you’re escaping the winter doldrums with friends on a tropical voyage to the Bahamas, or planning a romantic adventure to the French Riviera.
Browse all the cruise itineraries we’re thankful for this holiday season.