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Princess Cruises gives travelers a great reason to "Come Back New"

Kate Middleton isn't the only one treated like a Princess during the line's new promotion
Kate Middleton isn't the only one treated like a Princess during the line's new promotion
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Princess Cruises today announced it's new "Come Back New" marketing campaign will include a sweepstakes which will reward one lucky winner with a cruise to the destination of their choice. Also included is a weekly prize in which winners will receive a brand new Nikon revolutionary 1 AW1 camera.

The sweepstakes will run through April 6, 2014. Those wishing to enter can do so through Princess' website, plus you can earn additional entries by taking a destination personality quiz or by submitting transformative vacation photos.

The grand prize winner will enjoy free airfare and a balcony stateroom for two aboard a seven- to 19-day cruise of their choice. The winner can pick their voyage from among Princess’ many worldwide options, including an Alaska cruise, Alaska cruisetour, Panama Canal cruise, Hawaiian cruise, Caribbean cruise, Grand Mediterranean cruise, California Coastal cruise, Australia & New Zealand cruise, East Australia and Asia cruise or a Canada & New England cruise.

The grand prize winner will also receive a Nikon camera bundle featuring a Nikon 1 AW1 camera, with lens and accessories, valued at more than $1,000. This waterproof, shockproof, and freezeproof camera offers the world’s fastest continuous shooting frame rate, so photographers never miss those fleeting shots.

In addition, each week throughout the 12-week sweepstakes a winner will be randomly selected from the photo submissions to receive a Nikon 1 AW1 camera, valued at more than $800. The weekly winner’s photo will be featured on the sweepstakes landing page each week.

The grand prize winner will be chosen on or before May 6, 2014. Eligible entrants must be at least 21 years old and U.S. or Canadian (excluding Quebec) citizens.

Princess' embarkation ports are accessible to those that live in the Charlotte area. With Miami and Fort Lauderdale being two of the top ports in America, you are only a short 12-hour drive or two-hour flight to these ports, with the flights accessible through Charlotte's Douglas International Airport.

For more cruise news and happenings, please stay tuned for future articles. Until then, Bon Voyage!

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