Princess Cruises and Norwegian Cruise Line drop a $1 deposit sale

Posted: 26 June 2018 3:28 pm

Plus score up to to 50% off 3rd and 4th guests with Princess.

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

Celebrate the end-of-financial-year by booking your next vacation with just a $1 deposit. For a limited time, Princess Cruises and Norwegian Cruise Line are both offering a reduced deposit offer on select cruises.

Norwegian Cruise Line sale:

Norwegian is offering cruises to destinations around Australia and worldwide with either a $1 or $50 deposit per person if you book a mini-suite or below.

The best deal leaving from Sydney is for the 8-day Tasmania cruise from $1,050 visiting Melbourne, Burnie and Hobart.

For a one-way adventure, take a look at the 20-day Journey Down Under Singapore to Sydney from $2,367. Explore some of the best sights in Indonesia, including an overnight in Bali, before hitting Darwin, Cairns, Airlie Beach, Brisbane and Newcastle before disembarking in Sydney.

See the full list of Norwegian Cruise Line reduced deposit offers through CruiseAway.

Princess Cruises sale:

You’ll find a slew of New Zealand sailings in Princess Cruises where you can score a $1 deposit per person and also the third and fourth guest get up to 50% off when booking a balcony cabin or above.

No matter which island or fjord you’ve always wanted to visit, you can find it on one of the 14 cruises on offer.

For great value, check out the 12-night Panoramas of New Zealand cruise from $1,499.

Alternatively, for a good mix of Aussie and New Zealand destinations, have a look at the one-way Australia and New Zealand Medley from $2,065 . The 13-day cruise departs from Sydney and visits Hobart, Melbourne, Christchurch, Tauranga and more before finally arriving at Auckland.

To book a Princess Cruises trip or to view all the options, head to CruiseAway.

Both offers end by 28 June 2018 unless sold out prior.

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