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Oceania Cruises offers Triple Points With OLife Choice Rewards

Oceania Cruises is offering triple points to travel agents with their rewards scheme - OLife Choice Rewards. 

The triple points offer is valid on any 2019 sailing booked and confirmed before February 28.

OLife Choice Rewards gives travel agents points based on confirmed bookings made. The points can be exchanged into vouchers to be used online at Amazon, John Lewis and Yumbles, an online food market place selling all-natural food. The amount of points earned on each confirmed booking will depend on the grade of stateroom or suite booked.

As the triple points are offered for any 2019 sailing, agents have a host of destinations to show their customers with in over 450 ports of call across Europe, Alaska, Asia, Africa, Australia, New Zealand, New England-Canada, Bermuda, the Caribbean, Panama Canal, Tahiti or the South Pacific.

With free internet as standard, guests can also enjoy OLife Ultimate on nearly 40 sailings, featuring free shore excursions, house beverage package, shipboard credit and gratuities. 

And, for all other sailings, OLife Choice still gives guests the choice of either free shore excursions, a free house beverage package or free shipboard credit.

Agents can register for OLife Choice Rewards at www.oceaniarewards.com.  Once signed up, agents can check their account, register their confirmed bookings and exchange their points for vouchers worth £25 or £50 through the website or App.


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