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Blog post May 14, 2022
Princess has unveiled a new package of perks for guests.

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Princess has unveiled a new package of perks for guests.

Princess’s premium package of perks

Princess Premier includes unlimited Wi-Fi, specialty dining, premium beverages & more

Princess Cruises is adding some serious perks for guests in the form of its just-announced Princess Premier package — and it sounds like a sweet deal. Passengers who opt for the add-on score unlimited Wi-Fi for up to four devices, premium top-shelf beverages, photos, specialty dining and gratuities at a cost of $75 daily per person.

All told, the savings come to more than 50 percent if the perks are purchased separately. 

But that's not all. Princess Premier passengers will also be automically entered into an onboard promotion for a chance to win a cruise for two every year for a decade and up to $100,000 in cash prizes. Wow!

“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,” John Padgett, Princess Cruises president, said in a statement. “Princess Premier is our most inclusive package, offering guests sought-after onboard amenities at an incredible value. Whether a guest prefers a stand-alone cruise purchase or a fully inclusive vacation, Princess has hassle-free options for everyone.”

The special package is available for purchase on May 25 for sailings that start June 25 and beyond.

Details of the Premier Package

With the Premier Beverage Package, guests get top-shelf spirits and cocktails up to $18 with a bar service charge included and a new selection of wines by the glass plus 25 percent off bottles of wine, specialty coffees, smoothies and bottled water. You also get two specialty dining meals per person at popular restaurants such as Crown Grill and Sabatini’s Italian Trattoria. And you score digital downloads of all photos taken by professional staff on board, plus three prints of any size up to 8 x 10 inches.

The cruise line is also introducing Princess Prizes, a new experience that transforms a guest’s stateroom entry into a drawing for chances to win cruise vacations, cash, exclusive onboard experiences and more. If purchased separately, the contest costs $20 per stateroom per day. Prizes include the chance to win grand prizes that include $100,000 in cash and a cruise for two every year for the next decade, along with prizes won on every voyage that range from a cruise for two in a balcony stateroom, onboard cruise credits from $25 up to $250, wine tastings and chef’s table dinners. Passengers can also win entries for an end-of-cruise drawing in which someone will win at least $5,000 every voyage.

Those who bypass Princess Premier might want to consider Princess Plus. That package costs $50 per person per day starting May 25 and includes unlimited Wi-Fi for a single device, a Plus Beverage package (covering drinks up to $12, 25 percent off bottles of wine, specialty coffees, smoothies and bottled water) and daily crew appreciation.

For more about these other perks, call a Cruiseable travel advisor at 1-800-322-3773 or email [email protected].

Patti Pietschmann
I'm the LA Travel Diva and spend time cruising with first mate Richard, traveling the world, reviewing fine restaurants, going to plays, movies and events. It's the good life.


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