COMPETITION NOW CLOSED | Just who are JUCY? - our current #winwithisic partner | ISIC Australia

As part of our year-long #winwithisic campaign across every corner of the globe, we're rolling out huge giveaways in collaboration with many of our benefit providers.

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Taking you all over the country in their innovative campervans in bright green and purple, not colours that traditionally go together, JUCY somehow manage to pull it off! A match made in heaven, our partnership with JUCY originating in October last year and resulting in 10% off campervan hire, is perfect for cardholders arriving in Australia looking for a campervan to explore the greatest backyard on Earth, and local cardholders who are lucky enough to call Australia home. See below to find out some more about JUCY and where in Australia you could explore in a JUCY van.


Originating just post the turn of the millennium across the ditch in New Zealand, JUCY have gone from being one of the new kids on the block to one of the big players in the competitive campervan rental sphere with 3,800 cars, campervans, and motorhomes across Australia, New Zealand, and the States.

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With locations in Cairns, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide, you've well and truly got the south and east-coast of the Australian continent covered! Many fantastic and life-changing road trips have started in a green and purple JUCY van, and with a focus on 18-35 year old travellers, you're bound to have lots in common with JUCY!

JUCY have Australia's east coast well and truly covered! Check out some of best deals along the backpacker route here!

The competition will be open from the 7th of March and closes at 23.59 on the 28th of March. Enter now for your chance to win! You can find the terms and conditions for the competition here

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