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P&O Cruises Australia is making it even easier for guests to budget and pay for their next holiday by offering P&O EZpay – a new feature which conveniently spreads the cost of a cruise over a period of time.

Holidaymakers who book with P&O from June 12, 2019 can make a deposit then have the option to divide the cost of the cruise into equal, interest-free monthly instalments, which can be made right up to the final payment due date. Guests have the ability to opt out of the plan at any time without incurring any additional charges or fees*.

P&O Cruises Vice President of Sales and Marketing Ryan Taibel said the new payment solution opened up another simple and convenient payment option for guests looking to book their next dream holiday.

“Our guests love to cruise because it is so easy – you hop on the ship and relax because everything is done for you.  Introducing the new P&O EZpay payment plan is yet another way of making a P&O cruise effortless and takes the stress out of planning and budgeting for a short getaway or longer holiday. It works like ‘laybuy’ – simply choose your cruise, then pay it off in convenient monthly instalments,” Mr Taibel said.

Guests can choose the date of the month the instalment is made which is confirmed in an email after the payment. Extra funds can be added to a payment with the remaining balance recalculated into equal amounts.

To sign up for P&O EZpay, guests can contact their travel agent or a P&O customer service representative and registration can occur at any time up until four months prior to the cruise departure date.

*Our standard Refund Policy applies to booking cancellations. See P&O’s Booking and Travel Conditions.

For more information visit, call 13 24 94 or see a licensed travel agent.

Source = P&O Cruises Australia
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