Hey you. Yes, you! Do you like cheap airfares to exotic places so you can flood your schmuck mates’ Instagram feeds with photos of you living your best life, leading them to believe you are person of means and wealth and luxury despite the fact that back home you’re using tortillas as napkins like the other Joe Twelve-Packs? Of course you do. And as always, Jetstar has your back.
The budget carrier just lifted the lid on their weekly round of Friday Fare Frenzy sales, and there’s good news for those of you hearing the call of Kuta.
For today only (that’s Friday, March 9th ya geniuses), mates in Brisbane will be able to snap yourself up a fare to Bali from a mere $179. That’s a fare definitely worth living on bread sangas for.
Melbourne and Adelaide legends are not being excluded from the Bali Beach Party this time around either. Fares from the Victorian capital are only a shade more expensive, coming in at $189, while getting there from ADL will only set you back a cool $271. Better still, the travel period for these fares covers most of May and the first half of June, meaning the hard edge of winter’s morn can be shaved off with a quick jaunt to a more tropical setting.
For Perth and Sydney residents, Bali might not be on the cards this time around, but if you’re keen to go shake hands with a Hobbit, then you’re in luck. Today’s sale also features cheap and choice fares to New Zealand, with Sydney peeps able to grab a flight to Christchurch for $125, and Perthonalities able to chuck a kia ora to the south island for $256. As an added bonus, Melburnians are also in on that deal, with eye-wateringly low fares of $119 on offer.
There’s a bunch of domestic fares also included in today’s round of deals. And, naturally, all fares are one-way only, don’t include checked baggage, and are limited to select travel dates.
Furthermore, you’re gonna have to be quick: These fares are only available until 8pm AEDT today.
Still, what the hell are you waiting for? Flip winter the bird by getting on one.
All the vital details are available via the Jetstar website.Image: Getty Images / Isa Foltin