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Win a Cruise in Princess Cruises Getaway Sweepstakes

Win a Cruise in Princess Cruises Getaway Sweepstakes

27th March 2016
Opening Date
29th December 2016
Closing Date
Promoter:
Prize category: Travel
Number of Prizes: One
Entry limits: Monthly
Age Requirement: 21+
Difficulty of Entry: Very Easy
Sweepstake type: Instant Entry / Free Online
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PRINCESS CRUISES GETAWAY SWEEPSTAKES
You could win a free Princess Getaway cruise for two! Search Share
2016 Princess Getaway Sweepstakes

At the end of each month, throughout 2016, one lucky winner will receive their choice of an East or West Coast Getaway cruise for two in a balcony stateroom! If you aren't selected as the winner this month, your entry will roll over to the next month's drawing for more chances to win. 
Complete and Submit all the information form required to have a chance to win a Cruise in Princess Cruises Getaway Sweepstakes! 

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Prizes

1x 1st Prize
Cruise in Princess Cruises Getaway Sweepstakes
Princess Cruises is a cruise line based in Santa Clarita, California in the United States and incorporated in Bermuda.
Previously a subsidiary of P&O Princess Cruises, the company is now one of ten cruise ship brands owned by the world's largest cruise ship operator the American/British Carnival Corporation & plc and accounts for approximately 19% share of its revenue.
$ Value
$1,498

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