Enjoy a free drinks package and up to $300 OBC with P&O Cruises
Upgrade your experience with the Sip Sip Hooray Sale.
Book your P&O cruise before 16 April and you'll score a free refreshment drinks package for the first two guests per room as well as onboard spending money that you can use for spa treatments, specialty dining, shore excursions and more.
The onboard spending money ranges from $50–300 per room depending on your itinerary and is available to the first 2 guests in the room.
One of the best deals we found is for the 3-night Big Laugh Comedy Festival cruise from $490 per person quad share. Enjoy over 30 shows across 3 days with a massive lineup of comedians while out at sea.
Sydneysiders can escape the wintery cold by sailing north with a 4 night trip to Moreton Island from $449.11 per person. Or, spend a little more time on the water with the 8-night Taste of New Caledonia cruise instead. Starting from $748.72 per person, you'll get to immerse yourself in French cuisine and relax in some of the most stunning beaches in the world.
Cruise to the most glamorous day of the year in style and be a part of all the action with the Melbourne Cup Carnival cruise from either Brisbane or Sydney. Starting at $1,050 per person with tickets and return transfers to Flemington Racecourse included.
Start a new tradition with a Christmas or New Year's cruise to the South Pacific. Enjoy quality time with your friends and family without all the usual hassles that go along with the holidays. Christmas cruises start from as little as $1,255.63 per person for 8 nights and you can find New Year's Eve cruises from $1,399.14 for 8 nights.
Well, what are you waiting for? Check out all the cruises on offer and book your next adventure before the sale ends at P&O Cruises here.
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