Virgin Voyages And JLo Are Giving Away 1,000 Free Cruises

Virgin Voyages And JLo Are Giving Away 1,000 Free Cruises

The singer and entrepreneur Jennifer Lopez, and Richard Branson’s Virgin Voyages are giving away 1,000 cruises, according to a press release. 

Lopez and Branson are giving 1,000 people the chance to sail on Virgin Voyages’ new cruise line for free. The winners will be able to embark on a summer or fall cruise from Miami or Barcelona.

The Valiant Lady, the firm’s second new cruise ship, was inaugurated with a lavish party in London a few months ago, and the business also revealed its association with Jennifer Lopez as Chief Entertainment & Lifestyle Officer.

According to the company, Lopez, Branson and Virgin Voyages have big goals together for the future. She will be a fleet guardian like no other, creating guest experiences focused on wellness and fitness, as well as developing partnerships and joint entertainment projects, all of which are expected to be launched in 2022.

The entire JLo beauty collection was just launched aboard Virgin Voyages’ Scarlet Lady, making Jennifer’s skincare products available on the high seas for the first time.

How To Enter 

To enter, interested travelers can click here and fill out a short survey. The following month, winners will receive an email with instructions on how to schedule their vacation.

Winners will get a fully-funded cruise on one of two ships, the Scarlet Lady (departing from Miami) or the Valiant Lady (departing from Barcelona), on any date between July 1 and October 31, 2022.

They will be able to select from a variety of itineraries, ranging in length from 4 to 7 nights, depending on the ship and departure point. Each of the voyages being raffled off by Virgin Voyages has an estimated value of $4,050. 

Virgin Voyages cruise ship parked in harbour

What’s the catch?

There are a few conditions – First and foremost, this trip is for adults only. Minors are not permitted to participate.  

There are also certain restrictions on the nation of residency. Participants must have legal residency in the United States (including the District of Columbia), Puerto Rico, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, Mexico, Germany, or Spain.