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Agents given money to spend with P&O

P&O Cruises is offering guests up to £500 on-board spending money when they book a Select Price holiday by March 6, 2023. 

Agents given money to spend with P&O

P&O Cruises is offering guests up to £500 on-board spending money when they book a Select Price holiday by March 6, 2023. 

The offer, which is available on selected departures between December 16, 2022 and April 1, 2025, means guests can use the on-board spending money in a variety of ways – such as a treatment in the spa, a shore excursion or dining in one of the speciality restaurants. 

Also, guests can book with a 10% deposit when they book a new Select Price or Early Saver holiday by March 6, 2023 on departures during the same period. 

Throughout December, January and February, P&O Cruises is also giving travel agent partners the chance to win a pair of tickets to a one-day gala event on board its newest ship, Arvia in April 2023.  

For their chance to win and to keep up to date with P&O Cruises’ latest information, agents can join the cruise line’s training team through one of its regular Facebook Live sessions.

Example itineraries available to book include a five-night Western Europe cruise, priced from £599pp. Departing September 19, 2023, the price includes full board meals, entertainment and children’s clubs.  

Departing and returning to Southampton, ports of call are Le Havre and Rotterdam (with tours to Amsterdam). 

Celebrities onboard will include Ben Fogle, Monty Halls and Simon Calder. 

A seven-night Norwegian Fjords cruise on Iona, departing August 26 2023, is priced from £999pp. The price includes full board meals, entertainment and children’s clubs. Departing and returning to Southampton, ports of call are Stavanger, Olden, Hellesylt, Geirangerfjord and Haugesund. 

pocruises.com

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