Meals for land portion

Good morning!  My first post to this travel forum group. 

 

Six of us are going on a Princess Land/Water cruise this spring, and we are wondering about the meal plan for the land portion.  Has anyone chosen the meal plan ($299 per person) and wish they had not, and vice versa?  Our travel agent has offered it to us and stated that meals are expensive if purchased on our own, but I find it hard to believe we would spend that much for four days.  Any thoughts?

Tags: Princess Cruises Alaska Land Tour Meals

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Sorry that I can't help you here.  Hope that your post gets a reply from someone who has purchased the food package.  Please reread the above advice from ToddRobl. 

Thank you.

I want to find out about that as well. I can spend that on eating out in 4 days, depending on the restaurant. But is this for the Alaska Trip?

Yes it's for four days in Alaska for what they call the land tour before we get on the ship .

 I thought I had somewhere in my post or heading this was regarding Alaska but thank you for having me point that out .

Make sure that the fee includes every meal. The cost of food up there is high , so that sounds like a great deal. $300,00 buck each for 4 days I call that a good deal.

When you consider that I went to a hockey game with 4 people and we spent 100.00 at the game and 200.00 for dinner after. You're getting a good deal.

 

I don't know what prices are like in restaurants in Alaska, but it sounds like a lot more than we would spend in 4 days on land at home. Please come back after your cruise and let us know if it was worth it, if you go with the package.

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