Princess Cruises’ 55th anniversary sale is here, and it’s a good one. The promotion runs through December 10th, 2019 and includes a variety of perks designed to get you out onto the open seas.
Perhaps the most enticing part of the deal is the onboard spending credit of $800 per stateroom (available for those who book a balcony, mini-suite or suite). Those who opt for interior or ocean view reservations will receive $400 per stateroom. Additionally, each guest will be gifted two free bottles of wine (of up to $32 each) per stateroom and dinner at specialty restaurants.
That’s not all. You also have the chance to get a free location room upgrade. Additionally, if you grab airfare through Princess EZair, you can rack up some flight savings. Alaska cruise and cruise tours travelers automatically earn $100 in airfare credit. Europe cruises grant a $200 credit, Summer Caribbean cruises provide $100 and Japan cruises give $200.
The fares themselves have been discounted, too. A seven-day Alaska Inside Passage cruise from Seattle is going for only $799 in an interior room and $1,429 for a balcony. Do the math and you could pay as little as around $100 a day.
There’s also a Caribbean cruise from Ft. Lauderdale for seven days going for $699 in the interior and $1,149 out on the balcony. Note, all these prices are per person, based on double occupancy and are available for residents 21 and older from the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico, Mexico, Bermuda and the District of Columbia.
Scroll through additional package deals below.
- Scandinavia & Russia Cruise – 11 days roundtrip Copenhagen: $1,869 interior or $2,379 balcony
- British Isles (with Cobh Overnight) Cruise – 12 days roundtrip from London (Southampton): $1,969 interior or $2,579 balcony
- Mediterranean Cruise – 7 days Barcelona to Rome: $1,429 interior or $1,909 balcony
- Northern Japan Spring Flowers Cruise – 9 days roundtrip Tokyo (Yokohama): $1,377 interior or $2,243 balcony
While there’s no denying how great these deals are, fees for any cruise can add up. But don’t forget to budget for the daily gratuity and fuel charges, government taxes and port parking.
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