Cruise into 2020 in P&O’s $1 deposit sale
Plus, score up to $900 in onboard credit.
Do your future self a favour and save big on your 2020 holiday with a whole slew of discounts from P&O Cruises.
Over 80 itineraries can be secured with just a $1 deposit per person and each room also scores up to $900 onboard credit.
Cruises start from as little as $251.49 with destinations around Australia, New Zealand, South Pacifc and Asia with last minute cruises available as early as June 2019 all the way into December 2020.
One of the best deals we found is for the 11-night New Guinea Island Encounter from $981.11 quad share. Get a bit off the beaten track and sample all the unique highlights of this remote region with stops in Alotau, Kitava, Kiriwina Island and Conflict Islands before returning to Sydney.
Or how about doing the Melbourne Cup in style with this 7-night cruise from Brisbane to Melbourne from $723.86 quad share? You'll get entry to the big day as well as transfers there and back so you just need to show up and enjoy.
Keen to celebrate? Take your pick of Christmas, New Year's and even Australia Day cruises on sale. You can start a new tradition with all things Aussie on this 4-night Australia Day cruise from $586.20 with themed competitions, music and entertainment for the whole family.Christmas cruises start from $1,615.98 for a four-person room and New Year's Eve cruises are from $1,374.27 with a choice of dates and holiday destinations for you to explore around the South Pacific.
Onboard credit can be used towards specialty dining, spa treatments and shore excursions, and ranges from $50-$950 per room depending on your itinerary, with the biggest savings available on 2020 cruises.
Well, what are you waiting for? This deal ends on 27 August 2019 so take a look around at P&O Cruises to pick out your next vacation.
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