Travel vouchers worth up to $100 will be offered to South Australians to use towards accommodation across the state, as part of a significant tourism stimulus package to further boost the visitor economy and local jobs.
The South Australian Tourism Commission’s $4 million voucher scheme – available from 15 October – will provide $100 vouchers for use at participating CBD hotels, and $50 vouchers to spend in regional and suburban accommodation.
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- The offer is valid for travel between 15 October to 11 December 2020 inclusive (excluding Saturday nights).
- Consumers will be able to access 1 x $100 for CBD, 1 x $50 for Adelaide suburb/region per person
- The Great State Voucher is open to all South Australian residents over the age of 18. To obtain their Great State Voucher, consumers will need to enter their SA driver’s licence. This will be automatically verified in the back end.
- Any package you create must have a total value of at least $1 more than the discounted amount. For example, a city provider with a room night charge of $99 must have a deal of at least two nights for $198. The discount of $100 can then be applied, and the consumer then pays $98 for two nights, and you claim your $100 rebate from the SATC. The offer will not apply in any circumstance where the offer is less than the value of the rebate.