Mother’s Day Princess Cruise sale: 30% off and $200 credit

Andrew Munro 5 May 2017

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Treat your mum like royalty with a Mother's Day deal from Princess Cruises.

Sorry, this sale is no longer running. Check our list of current flight sales to find a bargain!

They say the best gifts are experiences rather than things, and there are few better experiences than a luxurious cruise. Remember to remove the price tag though, because at up 30% off launch Princess Cruises sailings, these trips are exceptionally cheap... not that she needs to know.

These deals were also made for doing, with $200 shore excursion credit per state room on select cruises included for a great time around the world. These discounts are available for cruises ranging from just a couple of days near Australia for a weekend getaway, to full on multi-week cruises through exotic world destinations.

Head to Princess Cruises to explore some of the great cruise deals available this Mother's Day, but remember to keep mum on what a great deal you got.

  • Australia cruises from $354
  • Southeast Asia cruises from $369
  • Tasmania Cruises from $849
  • New Caledonia and Vanuatu cruises from $999
  • Asia and Australia cruises from $1,249
  • Papua New Guinea cruises from $1,399
  • New Zealand cruises from $1,799
  • Fiji and South Pacific cruises from $1,899

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