Club One membership
Club One is Tallink Silja's Frequent Traveller Program. You get rewarded for travelling with Tallink Silja's ships. The more you travel, the more benefits you get. As Club One customer you accrue bonus points from ticket and onboard purchases as well as from accommodation in Tallink Hotels booked via Tallink Silja.
There are three levels in the program: Bronze, Silver and Gold. The levels are determined by the amount of bonus points earned, and the more you travel, the higher level you achieve.
as a club one member, you:
- accrue bonus points from ticket and onboard purchases
- can book bonus trips with bonus points
- get discounts onboard in shops and in restaurants as well as in Tallink Hotels
- get benefits from our co-op partners
- can use Club One web service where you can find for example your up-to-date personal account statement
- get information on offers and current news
REGISTER IN OUR ONLINE SERVICE
Our Club One online service contains your bonus point balance info and booking activities. You can also make changes to existing bookings. The online service also provides personalized offers and you can sign up to our Club One newsletter.Sign in
Levels of Club One membership
Club One is a three-level Loyal Customer Program. The levels are from lowest to highest Bronze, Silver and Gold level. Even as a Bronze customer you get many different benefits and the benefits get better when you reach higher levels.
The level of Club One membership is based on the amount of bonus points accrued during a tracking period*. When the level changes/is updated the amount of bonus points used to determine the level is reset to zero. The changing or updating of a level doesn't affect the bonus points that can be used to book bonus trips.
* Tracking period = the past consecutive 12 months or the time counted from the latest level update if the time is less than 12 months.
Club One Gold level
The level is valid for 12 months. You remain on the Gold level by accruing at least 60 000 bonus points during the period of validity. Not fulfilling the conditions reverts the membership back to the Silver level.
Club One Silver level
The level is valid for 12 months. You will remain on the Silver level by accruing 15 000 bonus points during the validity period. Not fulfilling the conditions reverts the membership back to the Bronze level. By accruing 60 000 bonus points you rise to the Gold level. A new tracking period starts every time a level is changed/updated.
Club One Bronze level
The Bronze level does not expire and you will maintain your membership until you move to next level or resign. If you accrue 15 000 bonus points during 12 months, you rise to the Silver level. Your Club One card will be renewed automatically if you rise to Silver level.
How do I collect bonus points?
You earn bonus points for all ticket purchases to Tallink Silja's vessels and onboard purchases in shops, restaurants and bars as well as hairdresser and cosmetologist. You get bonus points also from accommodations and services in Tallink Hotels booked, read more →.
Group trips and trips produced by tour operators* will accrue points according to a separate route-based table. You get bonus points from goods bought via Tallink Pre-Order service (ordered either in the internet or onboard) by the principle of pre-purchased services.
You get bonus points according to the table beneath:
|Collecting bonus points|
|Purchases until departure||Purchases onboard|
|Gold members||1 € = 40 p||1 € = 29 p|
|Silver members||1 € = 35 p||1 € = 25 p|
|Bronze members||1 € = 30 p||1 € = 21 p|
* Trips produced by a tour operator mean trips that are produced and sold by our co-op partners, for example cruise packages containing return bus transportation from the place of residence to the harbour. Group trips eligible for a group discount will accrue points according to a separate route-based table, see below.
One way trip
Silver and Bronze customers
|Points from a one way trip/booking|
|Helsinki-Stockholm v.v.||2300, cruise 4500|
|Tallinn-Stockholm v.v.||2300, cruise 4500|
|Helsinki-Tallinna v.v.||600, cruise 1500|
|Turku-Stockholm v.v.||650, cruise 1500|
|Riga-Stockholm v.v.||1500, cruise 3800|
One way trip
|Points from a one way trip/booking|
|Helsinki-Stockholm v.v.||2750, cruise 5400|
|Tallinn-Stockholm v.v.||2750, cruise 5400|
|Helsinki-Tallinn v.v.||700, cruise 1800|
|Turku-Tukholma v.v.||800, cruise 1800|
|Riga-Stockholm v.v.||1800, cruise 4550|
Points from a cruise = one way points times two unless stated otherwinse in the table. Points are accrued per booking/household, not per amount of passengers. The meals booked in the same booking with a trip produced by tour operator accrue points according to the normal rules.
You don't get bonus points from
Third-party products/ services sold through Tallink such as transport tickets (e.g. ferry tickets to Gotland), accommodation in other than Tallink Hotels, service fees, groups trips with Tallink Silja's company discount and purchases made in the shops in Tallink's and Silja Line's terminals will not augment bonus points unless otherwise stated.
3.1 Club One level is based on the amount of bonus points accrued during the past consecutive 12 months (hereinafter the tracking period).
3.2 Club One membership and household-based tracking period begins when the customer's information has been registered in the Club One database and a Frequent Traveler account has been opened.
3.3 The level criteria will be checked on a daily basis. When the level changes, a card entitling the new level will be sent to the customer by post. The delivery time of the card is approximately four weeks.
3.4 Moving from one level to another or a level's renewal mark the beginning of a new tracking period, and tracking of bonus points for the next level requirements begin from zero again. The amount of bonus points on the customer's account which she/he can use for purchases is not affected by the change of the level.
3.5 The granting of bonus points is based on purchases of tickets and other services before the departure and purchases of goods and services onboard. Bonus points are earned when services produced by Tallink and accommodation in Tallink hotels are purchased together with a travel booking.
3.6 Tallink reserves the right to give different amount of bonus points for different services and depending on the channel of purchase.
3.7 The use of bonus points does not affect the Club One level.
3.8 Bonus points are valid for 24 months from the points' month of registration.
3.9 You will only be able to earn Club One points after having activated the membership and having received the Club One membership card. Earned points are household-based and have no redemption value.
3.10 The customer can purchase Tallink services for the bonus points earned.
3.11 Termination of Club One membership also nullifies any Club One points without any right to claim compensation by the Customer.
3.12 Third-party products/ services sold through Tallink will not augment bonus points unless otherwise stated.
3.13 Tallink services sold through a retail agent will augment bonus points unless stated otherwise.
3.14 A Club One member paying for the trip or service is not entitled to bonus points or Club One member prices unless he or she is the person using the service.
3.15 The purchase of a gift voucher does not entitle to earning points. Points accruing from gift vouchers and comparable products are accounted for upon use, and accumulate bonus points to the person using the service. When buying the product "ship money" the customer does not earn any bonus points, but bonus points are earned when the product "ship money" is used for purchasing products and services onboard the vessels.
3.16 Club One reserves the right to refuse to grant points for certain services or services offered by partners, or to grant only a part of the normal accrual.
3.17 For registering the points, the customer must give the account number at the time of travel booking and present their Club One card when making purchases on board. The Club One card is to be presented in shops before the cashier charges for the products, and in restaurants upon ordering.
3.18 A CA card (Cruise Account) cannot be used together with a Club One card.
3.19 Points from travel bookings and onboard purchases are registered in the account within a week of the trip's last check-in procedure. Booking or redeeming a ticket does not entitle points in itself.
3.20 Purchases made on board are only registered by presenting the Club One card at the time of the purchase. Trips or purchases cannot be registered to the Club One account retrospectively.
3.21 Only purchases by those household members who are registered Club One members will accrue registered points to the account number from ticket and onboard purchases or prepaid meal vouchers.
3.22 All registered Club One members living in the same household and registered as such, earn points to the same household-based account.
3.23 The main card holder is the owner of all points and as the administrator of the account is responsible for any actions concerning the account.
3.24 The main card holder and all affiliate card holders are equally entitled to use any points on the account in the chronological order of the bookings.
3.25 Club One is not obligated to contact the main card holder for his/her prior approval of the points usage or correct any usage of points by the claim of any of the household members. Any disagreements concerning the usage of points shall be settled between the main card holder and the affiliate card holders only.
3.26 Points cannot be transferred to another Frequent Traveler account unless two or more accounts are combined into one household account.
3.27 Trips produced by tour operators will accrue points according to a separate route-based table. Trips produced by tour operators refers to trips produced by partners, e.g. cruise packages containing return coach transportation from the place of residence to the harbor. In Finland, this also applies to trips for which the Tallink Silja Organizational Customer Card has been used.
3.28 Group trips eligible for a group discount will accrue points according to a separate route-based table.
Club One terms and conditions
1.1 Club One is the way AS Tallink Grupp and its subsidiaries ("Tallink”) reward their loyal customers excluding companies, associations or organizations that are not eligible for the Club One program.
1.2 In charge of the Club One Frequent Traveler program: AS Tallink Grupp, Sadama 5/7, 10111 Tallinn, Estonia, Business ID: 10238429
1.3 Contact your Club One Customer service office of your geographical area:
Tallink Silja Oy, Club One, P.O. Box 100, 00181 Helsinki, Finland, www.clubone.fi
In Sweden, Denmark and Norway:
Tallink Silja AB, Box 27295, 102 53 Stockholm, Sweden, www.clubone.se
Tallink Silja GmbH, Böckmannstrasse 56, D-20099 Hamburg, Germany, http://www.tallinksilja.de
In Estonia and Russia:
AS Tallink Grupp, Sadama 5/7, 10111 Tallinn, Estonia www.clubone.ee
In Latvia and Lithuania:
AS Tallink Latvija, Eksporta iela 3A, Riga LV-1010, Latvia www.tallink.lv
Any other countries:
Tallink Silja Oy, Club One, P.O.Box 100, 00181 Helsinki, Finland, http://www.tallinksilja.com/clubone
2. MEMBERSHIP AND MEMBERSHIP CARD
2.1 To be eligible for the program as a card holder, you must be at least 18 years old and have a permanent address.
2.2 Club One membership and Club One benefits are family-based. A family means the main card holder and his/her spouse and their children living in the same address/house. Members of the family aged 18 and above and living in the same address are entitled to have personal affiliate cards. All children under the age of 18 can be registered to the family’s Club One account. All members of the family registered to the same Club One account receive the same account number. In order to earn bonus points to the common account and enjoy Frequent Traveler benefits, all family members need to be registered in the same account.
2.3 Tallink reserves the right to refuse to register persons to a Club One account and to remove any registered affiliate member if there is reasonable doubt, that the person is not part of the same family as defined above in 2.2. All notifications by the main card holder automatically apply to the affiliate members.
2.4 Frequent Traveler special prices are specific for the geographical areas listed above. Reservations are registered according to the customer’s current level when making the booking. Customer's permanent address registered in the Club One database defines which Club One office area he/she belongs to. However, trips bought or voyages commencing in other geographical area than the residence follow the prices of that particular geographical area.
2.5 Levels and their definitions: There are three Club One card levels (Bronze, Silver and Gold). Membership cards of different levels entitle members to different benefits. The Club One level is based on accrued amount of bonus points during the past consecutive 12 months. More information on card levels, membership benefits, and bonus point accrual principles is available on the local Club One websites and Customer Service.
2.6 Tallink reserves the right to change the Club One card level system and the benefits accruing on different levels.
2.7 A customer can have only one Club One account number.
2.8 The Club One membership is free of charge.
2.9 The Club One program can be joined at a ticket office, online, onboard vessels or by sending a signed membership form to a Club One office.
2.10 By applying for Club One membership a customer (a main or affiliate card holder) accepts the terms and conditions of the Club One program.
2.11 By providing personal data in the application for Club One membership, a customer grants Tallink permission to process his/her personal data including e.g. information regarding his/her trips and purchases for the purposes of the program. Description of the processing of personal data of Club One members can be found on local Club One web pages. By joining the Club One program, the customer is deemed to grant Tallink the right to send him/her information about the Club One Program by e-mail, to home address and/or a mobile phone to enable the customer to use the respective service and Tallink to fulfill its obligations towards the customer. A customer can manage his/her personal marketing permissions via his/her personal Club One account online or by contacting local Club One customer service.
2.12 Applying for an affiliate membership card always requires the consent of the main card holder. When applying for an affiliate card, the application must be signed by both the main and the affiliate card holder.
2.13 The Club One membership and family-based tracking period begins when the customer's information has been registered in the Club One database and a Frequent Traveler account has been opened.
2.14 As confirmation of registration, Tallink will send the customer a Club One card with a membership number within four weeks from the registration. The Club One program requires the customer to sign the Club One membership card upon receipt; the Club One card is invalid until signed by the cardholder. If required, the customer must be able to identify himself/herself.
2.15 Benefits that are tied to the level will be valid immediately after the level has changed, and are available onboard Tallink’s vessels upon presentation of the new card.
2.16 A lost Club One card must be reported to Club One Customer Service immediately. Tallink is not obliged to compensate any damage caused by the loss of a Club One card. Upon reporting the lost card, the member will be sent a replacement card within approximately four weeks.
2.17 Forwarding the Club One membership card or membership number to persons other than family members is forbidden. Club One has the right to remove any bonus points earned erroneously or dishonestly.
2.18 In the event of intentional misuse of the program or any of Tallink’s rules and/or other improper behavior by the main or any of the affiliate card holders, Club One has the right to cancel the membership and nullify any bonus points earned without any liability whatsoever imposed on Club One. Misuse comprises the violation of any of the terms found in these terms, failure in payments or reimbursement of damages, falsification, amendment, selling, or illicit delivery of documents such as tickets or value coupons to another person, surrender of the Club One card for use by a person not a member of the cardholder’s family and general impropriety. In such cases Club One has the right to nullify the customer's bonus points without prior notice and cancel Club One membership. Club One will inform the member of membership cancellation and the grounds for cancellation and nullification of bonus points in writing.
2.19 Membership can be terminated at any time by writing to local Club One Customer Service at the address above. After having received the notification, Club One will nullify the Frequent Traveler’s account and delete the membership data from the register. The main card holders’ notification automatically applies to the affiliate card holders.
2.20 The Club One card is not a debit or credit card.
2.21 The main card holder is obligated to notify Club One Customer Service of any change of name, address or household relations. Furthermore, the member must be aware of any changes in the rules and benefits of the program. Members will be informed of changes on the local Club One web pages, in the local Club One customer magazine (if such exists) and other materials connected to the Club One program.
2.22 Club One reserves the right to inactivate a membership if during past consecutive 5 years Club One member has not used the Club One card for travelling or registering purchases thus not earned bonus points to the personal Club One account.
2.23 Club One reserves the right to cancel a membership number with incorrect contact information in the event of the customer neglecting to give notice of their new contact information within 12 months.
3. LEVEL REQUIREMENTS AND EARNING BONUS POINTS
3.1 Club One level is based on the amount of bonus points accrued during the past consecutive 12 months (hereinafter the tracking period). All bonus points affecting a level must be registered onto the Club One account within the exact tracking period.
3.2 Club One Gold level requirement is 60 000 bonus points during a tracking period. Gold level can be achieved after customer has achieved Silver level. Silver level requirement is 15 000 bonus points during tracking period. Bronze is the entry level.
3.3 The level criteria will be checked on a daily basis. Reaching the level requirement in 3.2 entitles a member to an instant upgrade of the level. When the level changes, a card entitling a new level will be sent to the customer by post. The delivery time of the card is approximately four weeks.
3.4 Moving from one level to another, and a level's renewal mark the beginning of a new tracking period, and tracking of bonus points for the next level requirements begin from zero again but the amount of bonus points on the customer’s account she/he can use for purchases is not affected by the change of the level.
3.5 Club One customer earns bonus points according to his/her level. The granting of bonus points is based on purchases of tickets and other services and Pre-Order goods before the departure and purchases of goods and services on board Tallink’s vessels and at Tallink Hotels. Bonus points are earned through Tallink services and accommodation in Tallink hotels purchased together with a travel booking. Tallink reserves the right to award different amount of bonus points for different Tallink services for different sales points.
3.5.1 From pre-ordered services and Pre-Order goods bonus points are earned as follows: Bronze customer 1€ = 30 bonus points, Silver customer 1€ = 35 bonus points, Gold customer 1€ = 40 bonus points.
3.5.2 From services purchased onboard Tallink’s vessels and in Tallink hotels bonus points are earned as follows: Bronze customer 1€ = 21 bonus points, Silver customer 1€ = 25 bonus points and Gold customer 1€ = 29 bonus points.
3.6 Bonus points from travel bookings, Pre-Order purchases and onboard purchases as well as purchases made in Tallink hotels are registered in the account within a week of the trip's last check-in procedure. Booking or redeeming a ticket does not entitle to bonus points in itself.
3.7 The use of bonus points does not affect the Club One level.
3.8 Bonus points are valid for use for 24 months from their month of registration.
3.9 Customer will only be able to earn Club One points after having activated the membership and received the Club One membership card. Earned points are family-based and have no redemption value.
3.10 Earned bonus points can be used to purchase Tallink’s services.
3.11 Termination of Club One membership also nullifies any Club One bonus points without any right to claim compensation by the Customer.
3.12 Tallink services sold through a retail agent will accrue bonus points unless otherwise stated.
3.13 A Club One member paying for the trip or service is not entitled to bonus points or Club One member prices unless he or she is the person receiving the service. Club One member priced services apply to maximum 1 cabin per member or maximum 2 deck places per member in one single booking.
3.14 Purchasing of Tallink’s gift vouchers and comparable products entitles Club One members to earn bonus points. When buying a product called “ship money”, bonus points are accrued when the “ship money” is added to the reservation and that particular reservation has been checked in and traveled.
3.15 Club One reserves the right to refuse to grant bonus points for certain services or services offered by Tallink partners, or grant only a part of the normal accrual.
3.16 For registering the bonus points, the customer must give the account number at the time of travel booking and present their Club One card when making purchases onboard Tallink’s vessels. The Club One card is to be presented in shops and in Tallink Hotels before the cashier charges the products, and in restaurants upon ordering. Trips or purchases cannot be registered to the Club One account retrospectively.
3.17 A CA card (Cruise Account) and Tallink Credit Card (TCC) cannot be used together with a Club One card.
3.18 Only purchases by those family members who are registered Club One members will accrue bonus points to the account.
3.19 All registered Club One family members living in the same household and registered as such, earn bonus points to the same household-based account.
3.20 The main card holder is the owner of all bonus points and as the administrator of the account is responsible for any actions concerning the account.
3.21 The main card holder and all affiliate card holders are equally entitled to use any bonus points on the account. Bonus points can be used only in the chronological order of the bookings.
3.22 Club One is not obligated to contact the main card holder for his/her prior approval of the points usage or correct any usage of points by the claim of any of the affiliate members. Any disagreements concerning the usage of points shall be settled between the main card holder and the affiliate card holders only.
3.23 Bonus points can be transferred from one Frequent Traveler account to another by the main or by the affiliate Club One member. Bonus points can also be transferred to another Frequent Traveler account when two or more accounts are combined into one family-based Club One account.
3.24 Trips produced by tour operators will accrue bonus points according to a separate route-based table. Trips produced by tour operators refer to trips produced by partners, e.g. cruise packages containing return coach transportation from the place of residence to the harbor. In Finland, this also applies to trips for which the Tallink Silja Organizational Customer Card has been used.
3.25 Group trips eligible for a group discount will accrue points according to a separate route-based table.
4. BONUS TRIPS
The redeemable bonus trip must be booked within the validity period of the bonus points.
4.1 Bronze level customer can book trip for bonus points 4 months, Silver level customer 6 months and Gold level customer 8 month before the departure. Junior Suites and Suites can be booked no more than two weeks before departure.
4.2 Expired, unused bonus points will be automatically deleted from the account each month and they cannot be restored.
4.3 Bonus trips are booked at Club One Customer Service or through channels provided by the Customer Service. A bonus trip can only be booked after the necessary number of bonus points has been registered to the account.
4.4 A bonus trip can only be booked by a main or an affiliate card holder specified in the Club One register.
4.5 Tallink reserves the right to determine the amount of bonus points needed for bonus trips Tallink reserves the right to limit the number of bonus trips or refrain from offering bonus trips at certain times. The resale of a bonus trip is prohibited. Bonus trip products and the points needed for bonus trips can be found on the local Club One web sites.
4.6 There are a limited number of bonus trips per departure. Bonus points required for a reservation will always be debited from one single account.
4.7 A bonus trip with deck place includes 1 person. Number of cabins or deck places is not limited, if not stated otherwise. At least one person from the Club One family account has to be included in the bonus trip booking.
4.8 In the event of cancellation of a bonus trip no later than 14 days before the departure, the valid bonus points will be returned to the account. Bonus trips cancelled later than that or left un-cancelled will be debited from the bonus points account in their entirety. Expired bonus points will not be returned to the account.
4.9 A route-based cabin/passenger fee is always added to a bonus trip (applies to persons of 6 years or older). In addition, payments required by authorities or relevant Tallink partners (e.g. airport taxes, service charges, etc.) may apply to bonus trips and shall be charged by Tallink.
4.10 In the case of bonuses (or other offers) offered by our partners, the terms of cancellation and reservation of the partner will apply.
5. CORPORATE AND ORGANIZATIONAL CUSTOMER AGREEMENTS
5.1 Travel reservations with Tallink's Corporate Customer number will not accrue points to the Club One account. Travel reservations made according to the Organizational Customer Agreement will accrue points to the Club One account according to a separate tour operator table. The Corporate Customer and Organizational Customer card cannot be utilized simultaneously with a Club One membership card.
6. OTHER CONDITIONS
6.1 Club One benefits and other advantages may vary based on Club One member level and different market areas.
6.2 Club One benefit products can vary depending on the route/vessel. Specially priced Club One trips or other benefits cannot be booked/donated to persons outside the family unless one of the travelers is a member of the respective Club One account.
6.3 Club One terms and conditions are valid as published on the Club One web page. Tallink has the right to use its discretion in making changes to the Club One Frequent Traveler program, its rules, the basis of accruing bonus points and the pricing of bonus products. Any changes will be effective immediately without prior notice unless otherwise stated by Tallink. Club One members will be informed of changes via the Club One web pages Tallink will use reasonable efforts to notify changes in the customer magazine, provided the announcement is still current at the time of publication.
6.4 Tallink is not responsible for any loss caused by changes it has made (including the loss of bonus points, loss of benefits, or the lessening of benefits) nor is Club One liable to compensate losses in any way to Club One members or any third party.
6.5 Tallink is not responsible for its partners' services and products, or complaints caused by them – unless Tallink operates under the statutes governing package tours – but each partner is responsible for its own products and services.
6.6 If not specifically otherwise provided in these terms and conditions, the customer shall be responsible for complying with the terms for carriage of passengers and familiarize himself/herself with these as available in the Internet at the website www.tallinksilja.com.
6.7 Disputes arising from the Frequent Traveler program that cannot be settled by negotiations are to be resolved in any of the local courts of the Club One Customer service offices. The customer can also have a dispute dealt with by the local consumer complaint board, if any.