One of the benefits of Royal Caribbean’s Crown and Anchor program is that you get discounts on things you buy onboard. Those discounts used to come in the form of a physical coupon book, and they are now instead discounts loaded on your SeaPass card. It is a little bit hard to find information on what those discounts are, so I decided to post about the benefits we received when we sailed on the Liberty of the Seas this Summer. The picture above is of the letter which was waiting for us in our stateroom. Our Crown and Anchor gold onboard benefits were OK, but a little underwhelming.
I loved our cruise and our Grand Suite cabin, but the benefits of being Gold really didn’t matter. We were in a suite, so we already had priority boarding. That would have been very nice, however, in a regular cabin. I also had the drink package, so those discounts didn’t matter much. I did use the 10% off at the spa, and I may have used the clothing discount. Again, it was a great cruise. The Gold Crown and Anchor benefits, however, aren’t what made it. Please post below if you have any questions.