Upgrade from just $100 with Princess Cruises Balcony Bonanza sale

Posted: 22 June 2018 9:11 am
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Score up to $200 on board credit and up 50% off 3rd and 4th guests.

Princess Cruises is having a huge sale helping you see and experience the most on your cruise for much less than usual.

Winners of the best cruise line in the world four years in a row, Princess Cruises' Balcony Bonanza sale offers up to 25% off per person, $100 balcony upgrades, up to 50% off your 3rd and 4th guest and up to $200 onboard credit.
There is an incredibly wide range of destinations on sale, including all the usual Aussie favourites like Tasmania cruises from $899, New Zealand trips and South Pacific getaways, as well as a some far-flung spots.

The best deal we found saves you a whopping $506 per person with 25% off on the New Zealand Scenery cruise. Explore New Zealand over 14 days visiting Bay of Islands, Auckland, Dunedin and five other spots from $1,794.

Here are some of our other top picks in the sale:

  • 5-night Serenity of Tasmania from $899: Make the most of your time on the sea with three different ports to explore over six days
  • 10-night South Pacific Adventuring from $1,549: Explore New Caledonia and Vanuatu with stops in Mare, Mystery Island, Luganville and more.
  • 7-night Quest to Queensland and the Great Barrier Reef from $1,174: Departing from Brisbane, visit Airlie Beach, Cairns, Port Douglas and Willis Island as you explore the length of the Great Barrier Reef.
  • 22-night World Cruise from $3,999: Take your time and breath in the sea air on this Sydney to Dubai sail.

See what else you can find and make your bookings through CruiseAway here.

Balcony upgrades start from $100 per person from oceanview cabins and from $400 from interior cabins.

The Princess Cruises Balcony Bonanza sale is available until 30 June unless sold out prior.


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