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For a limited time only, Princess Cruises is to allow you the opportunity to book a place on one of their cruises with a deposit of just $1.

Yes, you heard that right, one of America’s most well-known cruise lines is to let you secure your place on one of their cruises – to a worldwide destination of your choice – for a single US dollar.

Royal Princess ship docked in Roseau port.

However, you will certainly have to be quick to take advantage of this deal – with Princess Cruises $1 deposit offer only running for a matter of days – starting on 30 June and finishing on 5 July.

And, if that offer wasn’t good enough already, you will also be able to save up to 40% on cruises for 2022 – as well as up to 25% off sailings set to depart in 2023 – all thanks to the summer discounts that Princess Cruises are also currently offering.

An aerial view of a cruise ship pool area.

How Does The $1 Deposit Offer Work?

You may think that Princess Cruises $1 deposit offer sounds too good to be true, and that there’s probably a ‘catch’ somewhere.

Actually, there appears to be no ‘catch’ whatsoever – with the offer allowing passengers to book their place on one of the cruise ship company’s sailings by simply depositing just one US dollar.

Royal Princess ship docked in Roseau port.

And, this is certainly a great option compared to what Princess Cruises usually requires as an upfront payment – with a deposit of at least $100 – and up to $800 – normally having to be paid by anyone booking onto one of the company’s cruises.

The $1 deposit offer is applicable only to residents of the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico, Mexico and Bermuda –  and who are at least 21 years of age – and for cruises that have a sailing duration of up to 55 days.

Passengers on the Ruby Princess cruise

So, when will you need to pay the remaining balance?

After securing your place onboard your desired cruise – with your one dollar deposit – you will not have to pay the remaining balance of your booking until three months (90 days) before you are due to set sail.

Therefore – thanks to this generous offer from Princess Cruises – you will not have to worry about having the entire total amount for your desired cruise at your time of booking it, and will instead have sufficient time to budget your spending in order to pay the final balance closer to your time of departure.

The Ruby Princess cruise docks in Juneau

How Much Should You Expect To Pay For A Cruise With Princess Cruises?

The price of a cruise – operated by Princess Cruises – varies depending on where the ship is sailing to and from, as well as the duration of the cruise.

For instance, if you are looking to book onto their 7-day Western Caribbean cruise – which sails to the likes of Mexico, Belize and Honduras – you can currently find fares starting from $499 per person.

It is important to note, however, that this price is already based on the discounted rate – currently available courtesy of the company’s summer sale – and is based on double occupancy.

Princess Cruise also offer cruises to a variety of other destinations around the world, including the likes of:

  • Alaska
  • Asia
  • Australia and New Zealand
  • Canada and New England
Island Princess Cruise Ship in Vancouver, Canada
  • the Caribbean
  • Europe
  • Hawaii
  • Japan
  • South America

To check out all of the places that Princess Cruises currently sail to – click here.

Sapphire Princess Cruise ship sailing at sea in Stockholm, Sweden

And, you are certain to find a cruise that fits your needs and requirements – with Princess Cruises currently having as many 170 different itineraries within their schedule, which range from as little as three days to a maximum of 111 days in duration.

Why A Cruise Might Be Your Best Option For A Vacation This Summer

Passengers Walking On Dock Back To Cruise Ship

With flights continuing to be delayed, canceled – and travel chaos becoming an all-too familiar story at airports around the world – a cruise could well be the solution when it comes to planning your summer vacation.

Not only are cruise ship companies continuing to announce new services, launch new ships and even ‘give away’ free cruises – they are also continuing to offer some great deals for those looking to get away this summer.

Celebrity Cruises ship at sea

Just last month we reported that Celebrity Cruises had unveiled their lowest fare of the year so far – by offering the opportunity to book onto the likes of their 7-night Caribbean cruise from as little as $399 per person.

And, now with Princess Cruises about to let you book a cruise on board one of their cruise liners by depositing just $1 – a sea vacation certainly could be the answer to your summer holiday plans.

Read more:

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