Princess Cruises Debuts New, Top-Level Add-On Package

Princess Cruises has unveiled a new premium add-on package, titled “Princess Premier,” that offers guests unlimited Wi-Fi for up to four devices, premium/top-shelf beverages, photos, specialty dining and crew gratuities/appreciation. For $75 per person per day, the package builds off the “Princess Plus” add-on to offer a more comprehensive bundle (Princess notes that this accounts for savings of more than 50 percent compared to when the amenities of “Princess Premier” are purchased separately).

In addition, “Princess Premier” guests also be automatically entered into a new onboard promotion for a chance to win a cruise for two every year for a decade and up to $100,000 in cash prizes.

Princess Premier goes on sale May 25, for voyages starting June 25 and beyond. The package includes:

  • Unlimited MedallionNet Wi-Fi for up to four-devices
  • New "Premier" beverage package: Top-shelf spirits and cocktails up to $18 with bar service charge included, new selection of wines by the glass, 25 percent bottles of wine, specialty coffees, smoothies and bottled water
  • Two specialty dining meals per person, including restaurants like Crown Grill and Sabatini's Italian Trattoria
  • Digital downloads of all photos taken by professional staff onboard, plus three prints of any size up to 8x10
  • Entry into new “Princess Prizes” on board door portal promotion
  • Daily crew appreciation

Princess Premier also includes entry into "Princess Prizes," giving guests chances to win cruise vacations, cash, exclusive onboard experiences and more. The experience is a “first-of-its-kind” stateroom gaming experience exclusively with MedallionClass capabilities. For a one-time entry fee per stateroom of $20 per day, when purchased separately, 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 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. Guests can also win entries for an end-of-cruise drawing in which someone will win at least $5,000 every voyage.

The addition of Princess Premier gives guests three package options when booking a Princess cruise vacation. Existing options include:

  • Princess Standard cruise package, including the standard cruise fare
  • Princess Plus ($40 per person, per day until May 25; $50 per person, per day starting May 25), which includes unlimited Wi-Fi for a single device; Plus Beverage package (covering drinks up to $12, 25 percent off bottles of wine, specialty coffees, smoothies and bottled water); and daily crew appreciation

Guests on voyages departing June 25 and beyond who previously purchased Princess Plus can upgrade to Princess Premier for an additional $25 per person, per day. More information can be found at

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