Cruise travellers can now receive up to 8% of their Princess Cruises fare back after the line became the newest member of the Cashrewards discount and rebate platform.
The Australian-owned platform features a variety of travel brands as partners including Booking.com, Expedia, Wotif, Virgin Australia, Hotels.com, Agoda and Luxury Escapes, among others.
By making a purchase, travellers can receive a percentage of their booking value back as cash or online credit, with funds also able to be donated to a variety of charitable causes.
Travellers can earn cash back on cruises almost anywhere in the world Princess Cruises sails, including Australia, Alaska, Japan, New Zealand, Europe and more.
Since its launch, Cashrewards has generated more than $3 billion in Total Transaction Value for its retail partners and returned more than $165 million to members as rebates.
Other major retail partners available on the platform include Apple, Amazon, Myer, Liquorland, Adidas, Bonds, Target and The Iconic.
Cashrewards Chief Marketing Officer, Nicole Bardsley, the addition of Princess Cruises would provide more opportunities to earn cashback.
“Travel is one of the best ways to earn cashback and we've seen significant year on year growth in this category,” Bardsley said.
“Travel spend via our platform has more than doubled YTD as at April 2023, and with the addition of cruises we expect this to continue to rise.
“In 2022, shoppers earned an average of $35 cashback per shop on accommodation, flights, car hire, packages and tours and with [a] launch rate of 8% cashback, they'll be able to earn an average of $400 cashback when booking popular destinations with Princess Cruises!”
Princess Cruises Senior Director of Sales, Marketing & Service, Nick Ferguson, said he was excited to partner with Cashrewards and to see it roll out across the country, providing even more incentive for people to take their dream holiday.
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