Norwegian Cruise Line, the innovator in cruising, today announced that it will give away eight, seven-day cruises aboard its latest ships, Norwegian Joy and the soon-to-launch Norwegian Encore, during the CBS Sports telecast of Super Bowl LIII.
The company is inviting fans to Feel Free to Play & Vacay by answering at least one trivia question throughout the big game using #CruiseNorwegian and tweeting @CruiseNorwegian or posting to the @norwegiancruiseline Facebook wall for a chance to win a cruise through April 1, 2021.
The promotion kicks off this Sunday, Feb. 3, at 6:30 p.m. EST and concludes when the clock runs out on the fourth quarter.
Two winners will be announced per quarter.
Further, for every pick six play, Norwegian will give away six additional seven-day Caribbean cruises and will donate a cruise to the Boys and Girls Club in recognition of the spectacular play.
On board, guests enjoy the freedom and flexibility for which Norwegian is known.
Guests are invited to design their dream vacation with no set dining times, world-class entertainment, comfortable accommodations, stand-out attractions and no formal dress codes.
As a commercial sponsor of the Super Bowl LIII Game Telecast on CBS Sports, fans can tune in to see the brand’s new 30-second advertisementshowcasing the variety of entertaining and thrilling experiences available throughout the fleet.
The ad features multi-platinum selling pop artist Andy Grammer’s re-recording of “Good to Be Alive (Hallelujah)” – “Good to Be Free.”
The giveaways will end at 1 a.m. EST and are open to legal residents of the 50 United States, including residents of Washington D.C., who are 18 years of age or older.
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