Princess Cruises introduces all-inclusive Premier Package

Thursday, May 12, 2022 0

Princess Cruises unveiled Princess Premier, a new premium add-on package offering extra guest perks.

It includes unlimited Wi-Fi for up to four devices, premium/top-shelf beverages, photos, specialty dining, and crew gratuities.

Priced at $75/£60 per person per day, the inclusive package builds off the popular Princess Plus add-on to offer a more comprehensive bundle.

Princess Premier also includes ‘Princess Prizes’, where guests have a chance to win a cruise for two every year for a decade and up to $100,000 in cash prizes.

“Guests have overwhelmingly embraced the convenience and value offered in Princess Plus, so we are adding Princess Premier to take our inclusivity options to the next level,” said John Padgett, Princess Cruises president.

Princess Premier goes on sale June 1, for voyages starting June 25.

Princess Prizes is a first-of-its-kind stateroom gaming experience exclusively with MedallionClass capabilities.

Every time an adult guest accesses their stateroom with their Medallion, they will have the chance to win grand prizes that include $100,000 in cash and a cruise for two every year for a decade.

The addition of Princess Premier now gives guests three package options, including the Princess Standard cruise package and Princess Plus.

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