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Princess piles on the perks in '3 For Free' promotion

Ahoy bargain-seeking seafarers Princess Cruises is piling on the perks when you book select cruises between now and November, 202014. The Santa Clarita, California-based cruise operator is running a “3 For Free” sales event on Alaska, Europe or Japan cruises and cruisetours sailing in 2015. Not only is a stateroom upgrade included, you also score a free shore excursion credit and free onboard spending credit, and, this is a big one, a refundable deposit of only $100 per person.

This promo is cause to celebrate (that's the Royal Princess during her inaugural)
This promo is cause to celebrate (that's the Royal Princess during her inaugural)
Courtesy of Princess Cruises

Another part of the perk is a cheap extra when booking a third and fourth berth for only $199 and up, plus you get up to $100 bonus shore excursion spending money per stateroom and up to $50 bonus onboard spending money per stateroom.

More information about the Princess Cruises “3 For Free” sales event can be found at princess.com/free. Additional cruise deals can be found at princess.com/topcruisedeals.

Examples of cruise deals include:

  • Alaska cruise – 7 days: $548 interior; $1,298 balcony
  • Alaska Denali Explorer cruisetour – 10 nights: $1,147 interior; $1,897 balcony
  • Grand Mediterranean cruise – 12 days: $1,899 interior; $2,599 balcony
  • British Isles cruise – 12 days: $1,999 interior; $2,549 balcony
  • Japan cruise – 8 days: $1,399 interior; $2,199 balcony

All cruise prices are per person, based on double occupancy. The “3 For Free” sale begins at 12:01 a.m. PDT on September 3 and runs through 11:59 p.m. PDT on October 16 and is available to residents of the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico and Mexico.

Additional information about Princess Cruises is available through a professional travel agent, by calling 1-800-PRINCESS (1-800-774-6237), or by visiting the company's website at princess.com.

This is a good time to book a Princess Cruise to Alaska for 2015, check out the video to see what makes the Last Frontier so special.