Assume that you have booked a package holiday with Sunweb Group GmbH (hereinafter: "Sunweb Group"). As your holiday has been cancelled in light of unavoidable and extraordinary circumstances due to the coronavirus, you have now received a Refund Credit Note to book a new holiday with Sunweb Group. If you have booked a self-drive package holiday with Sunweb it is ABTA protected and your Refund Credit Note has been afforded the same protection. If you have booked a flight-inclusive package holiday with Sunweb please click here for further details.
Refund Credit Notes have been awarded to the lead booker. It should therefore be protected against any unauthorised use. If you detect unauthorised use you must report this to us immediately. If however your original holiday was booked as part of a group and you would know like to redeem your Refund Credit Note separately you can make your booking online using a partial amount of your Refund Credit Note. As soon as the Refund Credit Note has been applied to a booking which has not been made in the lead bookers name we will send them an email at the same time for verification. You will have 14 days to object the usage of the Refund Credit Note.
The Refund Credit Note entitles you to book a package holiday offered by any holiday brand within the Sunweb Group. This Refund Credit Note cannot be used to book services at the destination.
The Refund Credit Note is valid for a booking to any destination with a departure date of your choice. The ABTA-protected Refund Credit Notes have an expiry date that is linked to our financial protection by ABTA. The current coverage protects our Refund Credit Notes until March 31st, 2021. The Note must be redeemed before the expiry date.
The value of this Refund Credit Note will be worth 10% more than the original value. This bonus was added to your credit note on 31/8/2020 and is visible in My Sunweb.
The Refund Credit Note replaces the right to request a repayment of all amounts paid from Sunweb Group within 14 days. The Refund Credit Note is protected by ABTA. When the new package price is higher than the amount on the Refund Credit Note you will need to cover any additional costs. When the new package price is less than the amount on the Refund Credit Note the remaining balance of the Refund Credit Note will be redeemable for an additional 12 months. The 10% bonus expires at the same time as the refund note and it is not financially protected. You will find the expiration date on your Refund Credit Note in 'My Sunweb'.
The ABTA-protected Refund Credit Notes have an expiry date that is linked to our financial protection by ABTA. The current coverage protects our Refund Credit Notes until March 31st, 2021. The Note must be redeemed before the expiry date. However, the date of your holiday does not have to fall within this period to be valid. The Refund Credit Notes are valid for a booking to any destination with a departure date of your choice from the available packages. If you are unable to find and book a suitable holiday before the expiry date, you can request a refund from Sunweb via your My Sunweb account. If you do this we will refund you as soon as possible. For Refund Credit Notes issued for cancelled holidays in the 19/20 winter season we will ultimately refund you by 31st December 2020. If you opt for a cash refund, the refund will equal the actual value of your credit note. The extra 10% is an incentive and will not be included in the cash refund.
Based on the EU Package Travel Directive, customers have the right to request a full cash refund to be paid within 14 days of the cancellation date where a holiday is cancelled as a result of “unavoidable and extraordinary circumstances”. However, as organisations are waiting on refunds from their suppliers and do not have the cash to immediately provide these refunds, an alternative solution has been found by offering customers a Refund Credit Note. You do have the right to refuse the Refund Credit Note according to the guidelines set by ABTA and request a refund. If you do this via your My Sunweb account we will refund you as soon as possible. For Refund Credit Notes issued for cancelled holidays in the 19/20 winter season we will ultimately refund you by 31st December 2020. If you opt for a cash refund, the refund will equal the actual value of your credit note. The extra 10% is an incentive and will not be included in the cash refund.
1. To redeem your Refund Credit Note you will need the code on your credit note. You can copy this code by clicking the button next to the code. Keep the email address and date of birth of lead booker whom the Refund Credit Note was awarded to, you will need this later. The additional 10% value can already be found added in your My Sunweb account.
2. Now you can go ahead and rebook your holiday.
3. Select your favourite hotel and proceed through you the booking steps. Remember your Refund Credit Note is not a discount code. So you should not redeem your code in step 2 of the booking process.
4. Once you have completed your booking you can redeem your code to secure your booking. Please choose the payment option ‘Refund Credit Note’.
Enter the information you collected at the start and click on "continue". You can now choose to pay using the full amount or just part of it. For example, only use £150 now and save the rest for later.
5. Finally, click "pay" and you will receive confirmation that your voucher has been successfully redeemed.
6. If there is an outstanding balance to be paid on the new booking after the Refund Credit Note has been applied, you will need to pay this in accordance with Sunweb Group normal terms & conditions.
7. If there is still an outstanding value on the Refund Credit Note after booking a new holiday this can be applied to another holiday.
In the unlikely event that a new booking is also cancelled, and you are entitled to a payment, Sunweb Group will assign the value to a Refund Credit Note. The regular Sunweb Group terms and conditions will apply to your new booking. You must agree to these conditions when making a new booking.
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