Deal: Princess Cruises offers lowest fares EVER for 2024 season

Deal: Princess Cruises offers lowest fares EVER for 2024 season
Edited by Travel Weekly


    Early bird bookings will save big as Princess Cruises launches its best value 2024 deals.

    With up to 45 per cent off launch fares for cruises in 2024, Princess Cruises trade partners will be given exclusive access to a bonus cruise sale week, ensuring they can take advantage of these best-in-class offers for destinations like New Zealand, the Mediterranean, Alaska and Japan.

    What you need to know:

    • Sale starts 9.00am AEST Friday 14 July 2023
    • Sale ends 11.59pm AEST Thursday 7 September 2023
    • Save up to 45 per cent off launch fares
    • 3rd and 4th guests cruise from $399 per person
    • Cruise Australia, New Zealand, South Pacific, Japan, Asia, Europe, Alaska and Americas

    Bookings made during the Early Bird Sale will not only receive big savings, but guests will have the best chance to lock in the stateroom type and location they want. The sale is also a great opportunity to bring the whole family, with 3rd and 4th guests sailing from $399 per person.

    Senior Director of Sales, Marketing and Service Nick Ferguson says the sale is a great way for agents to score fantastic deals on favourite destinations across the world for their clients.

    “It’s been a strong 2023 season both in Australia and across the world, and we expect 2024 will be no different,” said Ferguson.

    “For guests that want to sail in 2024, there’s no better time to book than during our Early Bird Sale. To help our trade partners secure these fantastic prices to their clients, Princess Cruises is excited to offer a bonus cruise sale week, with the deal to be used by 31 July.”

    “And remember, to get the best value for guests It Pays to Plus with Princess Plus, helping your clients save on beverages and experiences they will use onboard,” said Ferguson.

    The Princess Cruises Early Bird sale commences on 14 July and runs until 7 September 2023 unless sold out sooner.

    For more details visit princess.com, call 13 24 88 or connect with a professional travel advisor. Travel agents are encouraged to visit onesourcecruises.com.au.

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