Adrenaline launches price beat guarantee

Posted: 30 January 2019 11:24 am

Find a better price and score an extra 5% off your experience. Challenge accepted.

High-octane experience specialist Adrenaline has brought out the big guns, launching a price beat guarantee to kick out the competition.

It goes like this: if you find the exact same experience on the same day and location on sale for less, Adrenaline will beat the matched price by 5%.

It's a fairly standard price-match discount, many of which range from either simply matching a price or bettering it by up to 10%. And when you consider how expensive some activities can be, for example skydiving which can climb above $800 per person, you stand to save quite a bit if you find a bargain that does it better than Adrenaline.

As expected, terms, conditions and exclusions apply. This includes the experience having to be available for sale in Australia and New Zealand and for the final price to include any fees, taxes and surcharges.

Experience vouchers, wholesale prices, third party pricing errors, cashback incentive prices and liquidation markdowns are also excluded from the guarantee.

Think you found it better? Claiming is simple and you don't have to "purchase first get refunded later" that some sites make you do. You just need proof of the cheaper price (a photo or screenshot will do) and fill out this form online with details of the deal.

Love a good price match guarantee? You can find a list of the best we've found online here.

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