A rebranding of Club Travel’s leisure division brings with it a new offering that allows keen travellers to pay for their dream holidays through monthly instalments.

In an aim to make travel more affordable for all South Africans, this new offering, “Pay Your Way”,  allows customers to book holiday escapes, sports-oriented travel packages and flights, and pay for them on an instalment basis (before they begin) with zero percent interest and no additional fees.

The service allows travellers full control over their repayment plan, letting them choose the term and instalment basis. Payment options include bank and credit card debits.

In addition, customers who choose to pay in instalments can secure their travel booking at the price displayed at the time of booking to offset the risk of fluctuating prices.

Club Travel Managing Director Wally Gaynor said, “Since 1987, the Club Travel Group has given South Africans the best deals. Our identity has been brightened up to reflect our call to South Africans to “Travel Your Way. Pay Your Way”, and the online experience has transformed with a stack of features to support our customers with realistic and affordable ways to see the world.”

The Club Travel leisure brand will operate under the custodianship of Cape Town-based online travel agency, FlightSite.co.za. FlightSite Managing Director Rian Bornman said, “We are delighted to support the new Club Travel experience, which will encourage more South Africans to realise their globetrotting ambitions with manageable payment plans.”

To mark the relaunch of the brand’s website and new features, there are a variety of specials available on clubtravel.co.za, including Mauritius and Maldives packages, packages to go to some of the world’s most iconic sporting events and exclusive premium economy fares on Virgin Atlantic to international destinations such as London and New York.

There is no catch but the below Ts&Cs apply:

1. Customers must pay off their holiday in two to 11 monthly instalments.

2. The final payment needs to be made a minimum of 30 working days before departure.

 

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