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It’s almost time to hop into Easter and the first term school holidays. To help, we’ve got five saving ideas for celebrating, enjoying downtime and relaxing with loved ones.

Eating

Most families have a traditional lunch or dessert option when it comes to these sorts of occasions. Be it chicken, fish or veggies, you can get your favourite feasting option for less by saving when buying a pre-purchased gift card with a variety of retailers. Use these cards to stock up on hot cross buns, drinks or the everyday items you need throughout the season.

If you’re after fresh seafood and fine foods delivered to your door, Pure Foods Tasmania has you covered. There’s always something new to try and they offer Australia-wide shipping or free pick up from Mornington. Tick one thing off your list and save 10% on orders over $50 when you shop online.

Save on baking goodies with pre-purchased gift cards.

Gifting

Easter egg hunts come in all forms these days, with heaps of props and baskets available to make it fun for the whole family. For friends and loved ones who aren’t into chocolate, you can pick up things like pyjamas, books, outdoor gear or other special treats. With over 46 retailers to choose from, you can bring any gift idea to life.

Pick up an Easter costume or gift with eCards.

Experiences

If you’re meeting up with friends and family outside the home, there’s more than a few ways to save. Get access to attractions such as wildlife parks or Village Cinemas movie tickets at a discounted rate with Experience Oz. You can also choose from a wide range of sight-seeing tours. Get to know your city from a different view point in a boat, bus or even from the air with 10% off experiences in Tasmania.

Your choices don’t stop there. Head to Tahune Airwalk and save 10% on site entry. If you’re feeling a little more adventurous, they’ve also got the Eagle Hang Glider and Twin River rafting to get your heart racing. Need more? Well don’t forget you can also save on dining out, movie tickets, Zone Bowling and Experiential Tasmania walking tours. Head to our member rewards pages for more inspiration.

Adventuring

The Easter break is the perfect time for a mini getaway. Even more so this year with the school holidays tacked on to the end of it. Choose a few days to pack up and book into a home away from home so you don’t miss out.  Save 25% on your next stay at one of the beautiful properties in Strahan, Cradle Mountain or Freycinet. Each offers a great outdoor experience that we’re sure will delight even the little ones.

Looking for something different? Take a chance on a new adventure and hire a campervan to tour around the state in with Apollo or Cruisin’ Motorhomes. There’s also a variety of accommodation options to suit everyone from glamping, BnBs, cabins, hotels and motels from one end of Tasmania to the other. If you’re heading out of state, you can even save on airport parking. The options are endless.

Head out on an adventure with our travel and accommodation partners.

Credit: Jack Beardsley

DIYing

If you’re wanting to stay a little closer to home, public holidays are great for catching up on the yard work or getting stuck into some of those odd jobs you’ve been meaning to finish. For all your painting needs drop into your local Wattyl Paint Centre and see your friendly experts. As a member you can save 10% on paints, stains and accessories.

Keen to prep for winter? Our rewards partners can also help you sort out energy, heating, security and bedding. Don’t miss an opportunity to save when sorting out these important features around the home.


We hope you’ve got some great ideas for the Easter break and learnt about one or two ways to save more with your membership. If you’re out and about and following us on social, we’d love to see your pics – tag us using @ractofficial on Instagram. You might even see it in an upcoming Tassie Thursday post.