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Save up to 40% with Princess Cruises with Great Escape Sale

Posted: 21 May 2018 3:32 pm
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Escape to Australia, Southeast Asia, Japan, Hawaii or Tahiti from $849 per person.

Princess Cruises is known for its fantastic itineraries, and of course, for consistently being named the named the best cruise line in the world.

Unfortunately, this can make it a little hard to find a good sale. Luckily we’ve just gotten word of its Great Escape sale and you can save up to 40% on select cruises.

Cruises on sale are for those looking for a big adventure with return trips around Asia to one-way sailings between the US and Australia.

Prices start as low as $849 for the 12-night Southern Islands Explorer Cruise. Starting in Kobe, Japan and travelling around Japan, South Korea, this a great one to combine with a holiday in Japan.

You can also save on a return flight by taking a one-way cruise like the 28 Night Hawaii, Tahiti & South Pacific Crossing Cruise from $4,499. Start in Los Angeles with stops in French Polynesia, Tahiti and New Zealand before disembarking in Sydney.

There are six cruises on sale with destinations around Australia, Southeast Asia, Japan, Hawaii or Tahiti and departures as soon as June.

The Great Escape sale is available until 24 May unless sold out prior.

Go to Flight Centre to explore the full range of itineraries and prices, and make your booking.


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