Princess Cruises cuts cost of all-inclusive option

Princess Cruises is cutting £5 off the price of its all-inclusive ‘Princess Plus’ option.

The package can be added for £30 per person per day from tomorrow (Tuesday), down from £35pp.

The deal includes premium drinks, unlimited MedallionNet wi-fi and on board gratuities, claimed to equate to more than £65 in value per day.

Fares with Princess Plus now lead in at £439pp for a four-night Netherlands Sampler cruise on Regal Princess from Southampton to Rotterdam on October 30.

UK & Europe vie president Tony Roberts said: “We’re confident that Princess Plus will be now be even more appealing to guests, as there’s little difference between the standard cruise fare and the Princess Plus price.

“We’re excited that agents will be able to provide their customers with even better value for an all-inclusive cruise with Princess, which in turn will help to earn extra commission on bookings.”

He added: “At just £30 per person per day for premium drinks, the best wi-fi at sea and gratuities – equating to over £65 in value – our Princess Plus package is an offer that’s too good to miss.

“What’s more, for families eager to get away over autumn half-term, a family of four can take an all-inclusive week long cruise to the sunny coasts of Spain and France for just £649 per person.”

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