Contiki’s Black Friday sale has arrived with up to 30% off

Posted: 24 November 2020 11:13 am
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The popular tour company is slashing thousands from every corner of the globe.

Want to see the world for cheap-as-chips prices? Meet new people? And have the entire itinerary sorted for you? Look no further.

Contiki has officially launched its 2020 Black Friday offer and now you can save up to 30% off worldwide tours.

Last year we saw deals along similar lines, so it's safe to say that this is one of the tour company's signature sales. So whether you intend to see the likes of Australia, or the world, there's something for everyone with Contiki.

Domestic savings

Let's kick things off with how much you're saving right here Down Under, from tropical north Queensland to the south of Victoria.

This year's sale also features a $99 no-risk deposit as well as a free date change if you need it.

International savings

Contiki understands that international travel has been put on hold for the immediate future, that's why it's offering travel dates between 12 March 2021 and 31 October 2022. So you can save now, and explore later.

The savings don't stop in Australia, with international tours discounted across the board. Destinations include the USA, Thailand, New Zealand, England, Italy, Greece, Croatia, Turkey and plenty more.

These are just a few of our favourites:

If you're ready for the adventure of a lifetime then waste no time in heading to Contiki to lock it in. This sale is only available until 3 December 2020, unless sold out prior.

For all of Contiki's Black Friday offers in one place, check out our dedicated deals page.

Black Friday and Cyber Monday are just around the corner. If you want more travel bargains, check out the latest travel deals and flight sales.

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