Double your onboard credit with Princess Cruises Twice as Nice sale

Posted: 6 July 2018 4:15 pm
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Score up to $400 of OBC on sailings around Australia and worldwide.

With winter well and truly underway, you may be getting excited to pull up anchor and explore some sunnier destinations by ship.

Princess Cruises has sailed in with a stunning deal to help quell that wanderlust. Coined the Twice as Nice sale, you can take your pick of six already discounted cruises with a bonus of up to $400 onboard credit (OBC).

For something close to home, check out the 7-night Queensland Cruise from $1,199. Sailing from Brisbane, take in the beauty of the Barrier Reef with stops in Airlie Beach, Cairns, Port Douglas and Willis Island.

If you’re a seasoned cruiser, take a look at the Hawaii, Tahiti & South Pacific Crossing Cruise from $4,809. Spend 28 days sailing from Sydney aboard the Golden Princess. Visit Fiordland National Park, Dunedin, New Zealand, Akaroa, Tauranga, Auckland, Papeete, Moorea, Honolulu, Hilo and Los Angeles.

Cruisers in an inside or outside cabin will receive up to $200 OBC per cabin and balcony, mini-suite and suite cabins will get up to $400 OBC. As a bonus, if you book a mini-suite or suite for 7 nights and longer you’ll score a speciality dining voucher.

Here’s what else you can find in the sale:

Bookings must be made before 31 August 2018 so you know what to do. Head to Flight Centre to inquire about and book your upcoming Princess cruise.


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