Fly for free when you book your next Princess Cruises trip

Posted: 7 June 2018 5:30 pm

Plus, save up to 31% on cruises around Australia or New Zealand.

What's better than saving up to $500 with the world’s best cruise line? How about a free flight to get you there?

Princess Cruises is offering up to 31% off two of its sailings and throwing in free airfare to help you save even more on your next cruise vacation.

The best deal is on the 14-day cruise around New Zealand from Melbourne from $1,694. Fly return for free from Perth, Adelaide, Hobart, Launceston or Canberra and enjoy a holiday onboard the recently refurbished Golden Princess.

There are nine different dates on sale for you to choose from with departures from November to April 2019.

On your trip, you’ll get a good mixture of relaxing sea days and the opportunity to explore some of New Zealand’s best sites, including Fiordland National Park, Dunedin, Christchurch and Auckland.

If you’re looking for something shorter to dip your toes into the cruise life, then the 3-night Australia Coastal Cruise is also on sale.

From just $400 per person, you get to sail from Melbourne to Sydney and score a one-way flight from or to Melbourne or Sydney. This sailing has just one departure from 22 October so you’ll need to get in quick to grab your spot.

The Fly for Free sale is available until 30 June unless sold out prior and the free airfare applies to the first two passengers in a stateroom.

Feast your eyes on all the ship's amenities, check out the full itinerary or book your spot at Cruise Away.

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