Get a head start on planning, and paying off, that 2022 getaway.
Look, we know the idea of planning an overseas holiday right now is a little terrifying. But, hear us out…
What would you say if we told you that you can now pre-plan and pre-book a holiday package up the value of $12,000 and pay it back in weekly, interest-free instalments? Well, thanks to Play Travel’s newly launched ‘Planpay’ payment plan, you now can.
Hello epic 2023 US road trip!
Research has revealed that two thirds (67%) of Aussies are drawn to the idea of paying off their holiday before they go, and seven in 10 (70%) are willing to broaden the budget to spend a little more when they know they’re paying off their holiday in advance. This is where Planpay comes in. It gives future travellers the opportunity to choose a pre-built holiday package, or create their own, up to the value of $12,000 and pay it back in weekly, interest-free instalments. It’s the perfect holiday planning tool for anyone who likes to budget and book with financial confidence.
“Over the past year, we’ve seen the idea of travel completely reinvented due to the pandemic. Despite the barriers we’ve been faced with, including financial, consumers are still eager to get out and explore. That’s why we’ve chosen to grow our offering beyond ‘AfterPay’ and launch ‘Planpay’ – we want to be the gateway to helping Aussies live their travel dreams,” says Andrew Paykel, the CEO of Play Travel.
But, that’s not the only service Play Travel offer. The online travel agency also allows customers to ‘AfterPay’ their holiday. This option gives consumers up to $3000 worth of travel, paid in four fortnightly instalments pre and/or post-travel. So, you can book a last-minute flight to Europe and pay it off once you’ve already taken the flight
Both payment options allow customers to take control, planning and paying for travel in a responsible and stress-free way.
So, who’s getting their 2023 travels in order right now?