Best Use of Discovery Vouchers - Expiring June

I'm sure no one will have an issue getting rid of their Dining vouchers but the Discovery vouchers are a bit harder to find a good use for. Personally I have very little free time at the moment and almost none before the end of June that I can do some travel to use them.

The following are two suggestions that have been mentioned in other Ozbargain posts but I'm sure there a heap of other good ideas.

Rouse Hill Town Centre
Basically you get a movie ticket (with popcorn), choctop, timezone voucher and a meal. Expires end November 2021
RHTC Voucher

Hoyts Movie Voucher
2 x standard movies or 1 x lux movie. Expires 3 years.
Hoyts Voucher

Some Captain Cook Cruise options:

Sunset dinner cruise - voucher doubled to $50 cost of cruise now $49

Top deck lunch cruise - voucher doubled to $50 cost of cruise now $59

For those that are loaded - Gold Penfolds Dinner Cruise $209 after $50 voucher credit

Whale watching - now $49

Some other non cruise options:

Harbour bar - normally $29 now free

Harbour restaurant - $34 including meal

Related Stores

NSW Government
NSW Government

Comments

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    took the kids to timezone on the weekend

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    I am too far from Rouse Hill, any other deals with food or a meal?

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      I've added some cruises that have food to the original post.

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    Theres an Italian Chain that wlll give you a free $20 voucher for the next visit ENZOS Cucina (Sydney)

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    Maccas. :)

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      Discover, not Dine :/

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        I know but I am mentioning it anyway b4 its tool late

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          Not sure why you're replying to my comment as it had nothing to do with yours? :/

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    Do you live bear Rouse Hill? OP

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      I'm the outer Hawkesbury (Kurrajong) area so for us "near" is anything under 30 minutes. So pretty near to me. I think about 30-40 mins depending on traffic.

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    Im at Bankstown but the travel time to redeem would negate the value, I love the deal and love shopping centres and food courts too. But this would take 2 trips or more, will have to think about it.

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    *Notes Rouse Hill is safer than Bankstown..

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    If anyone is interested in paint 'n' sip, Pinot and Picasso have an option to redeem your voucher for a gift card (expires in 3 years):

    https://www.pinotandpicasso.com.au/nsw-dine-discover-at-pino...

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    That Rouse Hill deal still costs $25 on top of voucher tho

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      No. The $25 they refer to is the voucher. I rang and asked them to be sure.

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        Really? But it says “For the discounted price of $25 per bundle when using your DISCOVER voucher”

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          Yes really. If you read all of the FAQ's it's pretty clear.

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          they probably split 12.50 each with the cinema and the food court

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    Used one of mine to go book tickets to a Vivid LIVE gig at Sydney Opera House (you have to call them up to use the vouchers and unless you happen to also have Insiders membership like I do, there's an $8.50 booking fee)

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    Sydney Zoo is a pretty good option

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    If you are short on time here the list where the most have been used - I guess cinemas are close to many people

    TOP TEN “DISCOVER” RECIPIENTS

    Event Cinemas
    Hoyts Theatres
    Taronga Conservation Society Australia
    Sydney Zoo
    Timezone
    Zone Bowling
    Sea Life Sydney Aquarium
    Reading Cinemas Rhodes
    United Cinemas Opera Quays
    Scenic World Blue Mountains

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    I would like to know if I can use my ‘discover voucher’ to buy the entrance ticket to the NSW Rail Museum ?. Thanks

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    Thanks.