Offers and Deals for You
Late DealsIf you simply can’t wait another minute to get away from it all, check out P&O Cruises’ ‘Late Deals’. Tucked under the ‘Cruise Deals’ section of the site, these discounted promotions are updated every single week, so make sure you act fast if something catches your eye before it’s too late. The late deals start from as little as £179 per person and range from mini two-night European breaks to comprehensive 14-night international cruises. If nothing grabs your attention when you first look, check back a week later to see which new deals have been added in the meantime.
Early Saver DealsOn the other hand, if you love planning ahead, you could still make some massive savings by snapping up one of P&O Cruises’ ‘Early Saver Deals’. Also found under the ‘Cruise Deals’ part of the site, these offers are available for holidays at least 10-12 weeks away and work out much cheaper than leaving it closer to the travel dates before booking. There are a few restrictions if you book an Early Saver Deal – such as no choice of cabin, dining preferences not guaranteed, additional fee for shuttle bus and second priority upgrades – but these are worth it for the chance to bag a bargain.
Saver RateIf you really want to bag a bargain, you’re best off choosing the saver rate when you book your next cruise. Although the restrictions are much stricter with this type of fare than with the other options, the prices reflect this and are therefore always lower. To give you a rough idea, here is how the saver rates differ from the other rates:
- Saver prices are only available on selected cruises dates
- Cabins are automatically allocated – you can’t choose which one you want
- Your dinner seating will be allocated – you can’t choose where you sit
- You have to pay 100% at the time of booking
- You don’t get a shuttle bus included in the price
- You can’t upgrade
- You can’t make any amendments and will be charged the full price if you cancel