Score three free extras on a $99 deposit with P&O Cruises
That's free unlimited soft drinks, daily ice cream and Edge Adventure Park passes.
The school holidays are well underway and if you're already thinking about the next one, P&O has a treat for you.
Well, actually, it has three treats.
Right now the family-friendly cruise line is offering free New Zealand Natural ice cream daily, unlimited soft drinks and an Edge Adventure Park pass per person on select sailings. All you have to do to snag these extras is book by 22 October 2019.
To make this easier on your hip pocket P&O has thrown in another deal: $99 deposits per person. Sailings are available until 2021, so that's more than enough time to budget and pay it off before you take off.
The sailings available start at just $384.27 per person, based on a four-person room which is perfect if you've got two tykes to keep entertained. This is for a 3-night comedy cruise departing Sydney.
If you're searching for something a little more adventurous, why not book this 7-day Barrier Reef Discovery cruise? It departs from Brisbane and drops anchor in Airlie Beach, Willis Island and Cairns for all those underwater activities.
This cruise starts at $858.38 per person, based on a four-person room. By the numbers, that's just $122.63 per person, per day. It includes an oceanview room, onboard meals, onboard activities as well as those three bonuses.
If you want to head further afield then you're in luck as this sale isn't restricted to Australian waters, but features a number of South Pacific cruise itineraries. These can take you to Tonga, Fiji, New Caledonia and New Zealand.
Our pick? The Pacific Island Hopper. It gets you out and about, visiting Noumea, Lifou and Port Vila and all from $875.24 per person or $125.03 per day. Sailings are available throughout the year, so paradise can be obtained whenever you want it.
With 40 itineraries on sale and deposits a mere $99 per person to secure your break, it's definitely time to stop dreaming and start cruising your way out of here.
Visit P&O Cruises here to explore the lot and book your trip.
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