The holiday season is also a “Season of Savings” at Princess Cruises as the line launches a new sale on cruises that runs from December 13 to 21. Passengers can take advantage of cruise deals with savings of up to $1,000 per person plus up to $100 onboard credit per stateroom.
The “Season of Savings” cruise sale includes some of the line’s most popular cruise destinations, including the breathtaking scenery of Alaska, intriguing European destinations such as the Greek Isles and British Isles, plus the fun in the sun of Hawaii from Los Angeles and San Francisco, as well as Caribbean cruises from both Ft. Lauderdale and Galveston.
In addition to cruise 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).
Details of the more than 100 cruises on sale can be found at princess.com/sale.
Examples of the special cruise deals include:
- Alaska cruise – 7 days: $1,249 balcony (was $1,449); $799 interior (was $949)
- Hawaii cruise – 14 days: $1,690 balcony (was $2,690); $1,090 interior (was $1,790)
- Greek Isles cruise – 12 days: $2,279 balcony (was $3,029); $1,579 interior (was $2,129)
- British Isles cruise – 12 days: $2,544 balcony (was $3,094; $1,844 interior (was $2,194)
All cruise prices are per person, based on double occupancy and now include government fees and taxes.
Source: Princess Cruises
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