As the holiday shopping season begins, Princess Cruises is offering the opportunity to plan a post-holiday cruise with a special Thanksgiving Sale. Running from November 21-26, these cruise deals offer discounts of up to $1,000 plus up to $100 cash back as an onboard credit.
More than 200 sailings are on sale, including some of the line’s most popular cruise destinations. Travelers can cruise to the majestic scenery of Alaska, the fun in the sun of the Caribbean, the tropical paradise of Hawaii and the marvel of engineering that is the Panama Canal.
In addition to special fares, passengers booking balcony staterooms or above will receive an onboard credit of $50 (cruises up to nine days) or $100 (for sailings 10 days or longer), and those booking interior or oceanview staterooms can get credits of $25 (cruises up to nine days) to $50 (cruises 10 days or longer).
Cruise departures run from January through July 2013. More information about the cruise sale and pricing will be available at princess.com/sale.
Examples of the special cruise deals include:
- Caribbean cruise – 7 days: $769 balcony (was $1,269); $569 interior (was $819)
- Alaska cruise – 7 days: $1,154 balcony (was $1,354); $854 interior (was $954)
- Hawaii cruise – 14 days: $1,690 balcony (was $2,690); $1,090 interior (was $1,790)
- Panama Canal cruise – 14 days: $2,199 balcony (was $3,149); $1,499 interior (was $2,399)
All cruise prices are per person, based on double occupancy and now include government fees and taxes. The Thanksgiving Sale runs from 12:01 a.m. PDT on Wednesday, November 21 through 11:59 p.m. PDT on Monday, November 26, 2012 and is available to residents of the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico and Mexico.
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