Princess Cruises Offers OBC to First Responders & Medical Professionals

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Princess offers free onboard spending money to first responders and medical professionals through November 30, 2020.


A heartfelt thank you to all first responders and medical professionals! ~


As November arrives and people gather in various ways to celebrate Thanksgiving, this year Princess is spending the whole month focused on what we’re grateful for, such as first responders and medical professionals!

To thank these brave men and women in the U.S. who work to keep us healthy and safe, Princess is offering up to $250 free onboard spending money* to those who verify by November 30, 2020 and book by December 7, 2020.

This special offer makes an adventure at sea even better, whether you’re a loyal Princess guest or new cruiser. The spending money can be used to purchase anything from spa treatments and specialty dining to shore excursions and boutique items.

Up to $250 Free Onboard Spending Money*

Voyage Length

Onboard Credit per Qualified Passenger*

6 days or fewer $50

7 – 13 Days      $100

14 Days or Longer        $250

*Free onboard spending money is in the form of an onboard credit. It is issued per passenger that is a verified first responder or medical professional.

CruiseCompete travel agents can provide current deals, plus details/terms and about availability, dates and restrictions – at https://www.cruisecompete.com/. CruiseCompete also offers shore excursions https://www.cruisecompete.com/shore_excursions/.

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