10 Celebrity Cruise Deals for 2020 and Beyond

Looking for a deal on a Celebrity cruise?

In general, Celebrity is a bit more expensive than many of the larger “mass market” cruise lines. That doesn’t mean, however, that you have to break the bank to sail on the line. The key is to find those deals that offer affordable fares.

Celebrity is priced higher because it offers a more luxurious experience. From top-of-the-line service to high-end dining to even special mattresses and bedding in its staterooms, you simply get more than you might find on other cruise lines.

The good news is that not all of their trips are high-priced. Whether you simply want to save some cash, or you want to try sailing a higher-end cruise line while still keeping your budget, we hunted down a number of sailings that give you a chance to experience Celebrity for a great price.

This even includes one luxury cruise starting at just $349 per person.

All of the cruises below depart mainland U.S. ports, starting in 2020 and beyond. Prices are per person (before taxes and fees) for the lowest-priced interior cabin. Keep in mind that prices can change from what’s listed below.

You can click on each for more details and to book through our partner AvoyaTravel.com.

Celebrity Cruise Deals

5-Night Caribbean Cruise | $349 | Celebrity Constellation

Celebrity Cosntellation

Paying less than $100 a night for any cruise is a pretty good deal. Paying less than $100 a night (in this case, less than $70) for a luxury line like Celebrity is a steal.

What we like about this trip is that it is among the least expensive short trips we could find. This sailing departs Tampa on a five-night trip to Belize City and Cozumel. It’s not a long cruise, but more than enough to get a feel for what the cruise line has to offer.

Given the price and the short sailing, it’s perfect for those people who have yet to sail Celebrity and want to see if it’s the right cruise line for them.

• Date: November 7, 2021
• Departure Port: Tampa
Learn more about this cruise here

7-Night Caribbean Cruise | $619 | Celebrity Reflection

While many cruise lines aim to build the biggest ships on the water, luxury cruise lines tend to focus on building the nicest ships on the water.

Case in point is the Celebrity Reflection. It was built in 2012, when the arms race for bigger ships was in full swing for other lines. Instead, this ship holds about 2,900 passengers and comes in at 122,000 gross tons. That’s about half the size of the largest cruise ships.

This cruise aboard the Reflection is a classic 7-day trip departing Fort Lauderdale with stops in Key West, Cozumel, Grand Cayman, and Falmouth (Jamaica). It’s also among the least expensive we found for that length, coming in at $619 per person for an interior room. That’s on par with mass-market lines, but with a luxury experience.

• Date: December 4, 2021
• Departure Port: Port Everglades (Fort Lauderdale)
Learn more about this cruise here

7-Night USA Cruise | $649 | Celebrity Eclipse

Celebrity Eclipse

These days cruising is so much more than just heading to the Caribbean, and luxury lines like Celebrity are at the forefront of offering different and unique routes.

This cruise departs San Diego and heads up the coast all the way to Vancouver. In between you will have stops in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Astoria (Oregon) and Seattle. It’s a gorgeous route up some of the most beautiful coastline in the world, right at the start of spring.

And because this trip departs one port and ends in another, it’s affordable at just $649 per person for a week cruise. You will need to get a flight back home afterward.

• Date: March 30, 2020
• Departure Port: San Diego
Learn more about this cruise here

7-Night USA Cruise | $659 | Celebrity Millennium

We’ve looked at cruises for years and have never seen this route anywhere else. It’s a 7-day trip aboard the Celebrity Millennium that departs Los Angeles and heads up for an overnight stay in San Francisco.

From there, it stops in Monterey and Catalina before heading further south to Ensenada, Mexico. After that, it returns to Los Angeles.

This is a great option for those living in Southern California as you don’t have to travel that far to get on a luxury cruise ship. As well, you don’t have to spend a fortune to get on the ship. At this price, the cruise is still under $100 per night, per person, for an interior cabin.

• Date: September 19, 2021
• Departure Port: Los Angeles
Learn more about this cruise here

7-Night Caribbean Cruise | $669 | Celebrity Reflection

Fort Lauderdale is a major hub for Celebrity, which means that you have a lot of options for budget and itinerary.

This week-long cruise is one of the best deals from the Florida port. It departs in December when cold is really starting to hit the mainland U.S. From there it heads up to the Dominican Republic, the U.S. Virgin Islands, San Juan, and Nassau.

You get that warm-weather getaway for less than $700 per person (before taxes/fees) if you book an interior cabin. As well, with four different ports of call you get plenty of time to explore these islands, and not just be on the ship.

• Date: December 11, 2021
• Departure Port: Fort Lauderdale
Learn more about this cruise here

9-Night Caribbean Cruise | $694 | Celebrity Equinox

Celebrity Equinox

There are two big reasons to love taking longer cruises (those greater than a week long).

First, the value of a longer cruise is greater. Since many people don’t want to be gone for more than a week, prices on these trips can be significantly lower on a per-day basis to attract passengers.

Second, longer trips allow you the time to reach ports of call that are farther than you could otherwise sail.

This cruise aboard the Celebrity Equinox is nine nights, but it only costs $694 per person. It takes you from Fort Lauderdale to Grand Cayman, followed by visits to Aruba, Curacao, and Bonaire. These three ports are part of the Netherlands Antilles, an area in South America that most shorter cruises don’t have time to visit.

• Date: May 14, 2021
• Departure Port: Fort Lauderdale
Learn more about this cruise here

7-Night Caribbean Cruise | $749 | Celebrity Equinox

Looking for a deal on a cruise that’s sailing soon? We found this route available for $749 per person for an interior cabin.

It’s a classic trip to the Caribbean, lasting for a week aboard the Celebrity Equinox. You’ll sail from Fort Lauderdale to Key West, Costa Maya, Cozumel, and Grand Cayman.

This among the least-expensive cruises we found departing soon, and it leaves in the middle of February when most people in the U.S. have had their fill of winter.

It’s a little more expensive than other 7-night cruises on our list, but if you need a getaway soon, this is a great option.

• Date: February 22, 2020
• Departure Port: Fort Lauderdale
Learn more about this cruise here

7-Night Caribbean Cruise | $899 | Celebrity Apex

When you sail a cruise, you spend the vast majority of your time on the ship itself. That means that the ship you sail can have a big impact on how much you enjoy your cruise.

It’s one reason that cruise lines have sunk so much money into new ships that push the boundary of what you can expect at sea. Celebrity Apex sets sail in 2020 and will be the cruise line’s newest and grandest ship.

This trip sails just about a year after the Apex launches, where it will still be cutting edge (hence the higher price than other cruises on older ships). You’ll sail from Port Everglades to Key West, Costa Maya, Cozumel, and Grand Cayman. This date and route was the least expensive we found aboard Celebrity’s new jewel of its fleet.

• Date: April 10, 2021
• Departure Port: Fort Lauderdale
Learn more about this cruise here

7-Night Caribbean Cruise | $959 | Celebrity Edge

Interested in the Celebrity Apex, but want to sail sooner? The Celebrity Edge is the sister-ship to the Apex, and the first ship in the class, being built in 2018. The Edge is a ground-breaking ship, complete with the “Magic Carpet” — a cantilevered platform that moves up and down the side of the ship.

This cruise is a little pricier than the one on the Apex listed above. It costs $959 per person for an interior cabin, but it also sails a different route. This trip takes you from Fort Lauderdale to San Juan, Tortola, and Saint Maarten before heading back home.

• Date: December 6, 2020
• Departure Port: Fort Lauderdale
Learn more about this cruise here

15-Night Transatlantic Cruise | $1,499 | Celebrity Edge

The last cruise on our list is one that we think is a sort of “bucket list” trip that you’ll never forget. This sailing is aboard the Celebrity Edge and heads across the Atlantic before sailing the Mediterranean Sea.

Departing Fort Lauderdale, you’ll first head to Tenerife in the Canary Islands. From there you will pass through the Strait of Gibraltar before stopping in Palma de Mallorca, Barcelona, Marseille (France), and two ports of call in Italy.

All told the cruise takes 15 days, making it a historic vacation for just $100 per night if you book and interior cabin (and before taxes and fees). Keep in mind that you will need to find your own way back home.

• Date: April 18, 2021
• Departure Port: Fort Lauderdale
Learn more about this cruise here

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