Pay as little as $72 per person, per day in the latest Carnival Cruises sale

Posted: 12 November 2018 11:21 am

But hurry, it's only available for 72 hours.

The countdown is on to catch Carnival Cruises' latest flash sale, which features sails from $72 per person per day for a short 72-hour period.

That's by 14 November 2018 for those of you playing at home.

The sale features seven sails (there's a mouthful) departing from Melbourne and Sydney and bound for New Zealand and the South Pacific.

The cheapest is an eight-night return sailing from Sydney to Noumea, Lifou and Island of Pines. They start from $577 per person based on twin share (or $72 per person, per day) and sail on 27 February - 7 March 2019, 6-14 March 2019 and 25 March - 2 April 2019.

Following hot on its heels is a nine-night sail from Sydney to Melbourne. It's just $900 per person, which comes down to $112.50 per person per day and takes in the Isle of Pines and Noumea before dropping you off in the Victorian capital.

The longest is an 11-night return cruise from Melbourne to Noumea, Lifou, Mare and Isle of Pines. At $1,050 per person, based on twin share, the cost per person per day boils down to $95.45. The ship departs on 16 February and returns 27 February 2019.

The most celebratory is a nine-night Sydney to South Pacific return cruise. At $1,050, it costs $116.67 per person per day. It sounds on the pricey side compared to the similar eight-night sailings for $577 above; however, this is because it travels over Australia Day from 20-29 January 2018 so you can celebrate our nation on the ocean.

The most unique, in this sale at least, is an 11-day cruise to New Zealand. Being the only New Zealand cruise in this sale isn't its only selling point. It also gives you the chance to celebrate Valentine's Day on the sea with travel dates from 6-16 February 2019. Definitely one for the lovebirds. It costs $900 per person, or $90 per person per day.

Visit CruiseAway to book or grab a free quote.

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