Cruising on a Budget?

Tesco Clubcard offers

Every little helps!

Are you a member of a reward scheme at your favourite supermarket? I used to convert my Tesco. Clubcard vouchers to buy Avios flights, until the partnership between the airline and the supermarket ended, leaving me with unused vouchers.

Looking through the list of the Supermarket travel partners, I realised that I could redeem vouchers against a cruise!!!!   Cunard, P&O Cruises and RCCL are part of the scheme. Each £5 voucher was worth £15 discount off a P&O Cruise.  I had £200 in vouchers which was equivalent to £600 towards my cruise. (This does vary between Cruise Lines).

T&C’s stated the cruise must be longer than 6 nights and booked at least 90 days in advance. The only other stipulation was that I could only use the Select Fare, and not the Saver fare. That didn’t worry me as I wanted to know my cabin number, plus I could get on-board credit too.  Be aware there is a maximum voucher spend limit of £800 per cruise not per person.

Iona Cruise Ship arrived Southampton
Iona Arriving In Southampton

It took less than 24 hours to convert my vouchers into a redeemable code, which is quoted at the time of booking via the dedicated contact centre.  It was quick to get through and the whole booking experience was very easy.

I found a wonderful 7-night cruise sailing on one of P&O’s newest ships, Iona, departing from Southampton in 2023. Something lovely to look forward to and enjoy the knowledge that I used my reward vouchers to part-pay for this, after all they do say Every Little Helps! and that’s a fact!

The terms and conditions vary between Cruise Lines, so please check all the qualifying criteria, and if you’re like me and save them up, then what better way to spend them!

Now I just have to plan my outfits!!!

Published by Cruise Addicted

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