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50,000 Qantas points with Peregrine cruises

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I came across this offer for 50,000 Qantas points if you book a Peregrine Cruise costing at least $8,000 by 15 August. Must travel by June 2020.


One of the cruises available is an 11-day cruise to Antarctica that departs from Ushuaia, costing $9,285. I'm not normally interested in cruises but this seems like the only practical way to get to Antarctica, which is the only continent I've not visited. Seems like not a bad deal?
 

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There's also this one if looking for something that cannot be done easily or not at all as an independent traveller. 4 dates in Sep 2019 ex Reykjavik.

I visited western Greenland last year, getting to the eastern side is even harder I was led to believe. Plus, this could also be combined with Iceland (which is what I did, not on that 'deal' though).

 
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I came across this offer for 50,000 Qantas points if you book a Peregrine Cruise costing at least $8,000 by 15 August. Must travel by June 2020.


One of the cruises available is an 11-day cruise to Antarctica that departs from Ushuaia, costing $9,285. I'm not normally interested in cruises but this seems like the only practical way to get to Antarctica, which is the only continent I've not visited. Seems like not a bad deal?
Looks good but they won't let you see what the single supplement is until you give them your details so for me that's put me off them.
 

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Looking at the Greenland trip link above, it said a bunk in a 4 person (same sex as you), cabin was ~ $8800. If you vant to be alone it is much more.
 

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