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How to Celebrate New Year’s Eve Twice

How to Celebrate New Year’s Eve Twice
Scott Dylan

What could be better than partying on New Year’s Eve? Partying on New Year’s Eve twice. One company is making it possible for people to celebrate the beginning of a new year twice in a row on opposite sides of the world. Crystal AirCruises is offering a luxury package called the New Year Double Countdown Celebration.

Of course, taking advantage of such an over-the-top opportunity doesn’t come easy. You will need to be free between Dec. 29 and Jan. 4 and have $26,000 to spend. Find out how a lucky handful of people will be ringing in 2019 in style.

What do customers of Crystal AirCruises get to look forward to when they book the airline’s New Year Double Countdown Celebration? Guests begin the whirlwind adventure at the Hilton Tokyo Odaiba where they will get to enjoy a posh dinner party, watch sumo wrestling and see fireworks going off over Tokyo Disneyland.

Guests of Crystal AirCruises will then board a plane and fly to Las Vegas to ring in 2019 again. This portion of the celebration includes the perk of attending the Omnia Nightclub New Year’s Eve celebration inside Caesars Palace. DJ Calvin Harris and other celebrities will be in attendance.

The company will be using its (wi-fi enabled) Boeing 777 for its end-of-year luxury package with lie-flat beds, an onboard chef and noise-cancelling headphones in business class. The aircraft also comes with its own chef.

Crystal AirCruises is currently booking seats for its New Year Double Countdown Celebration. While the price tag does seem high, travelers are essentially getting two vacations in one when they sign up.

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  1. tomst

    November 20, 2018 at 4:06 am

    Or just fly CX872 on Jan 1st. You’ll be able to celebrate at the lounge at HKG, and then in SF.

  2. sdsearch

    November 21, 2018 at 10:42 am

    Or just go to the borderline between two time zones on the ground. Celebrate, for example, in Eastern Time at midnight, then a while after midnight drive across the time zone border into Central Time (where it’s an hour earlier) and celebrate there an hour later. Much less expensive than flying halfway around the world to do it.

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