It’s happening again – Jetstar just dropped a mammoth sale with domestic and international destinations and you have ’til Monday to convince your mates to put together some cash. The sale is honestly called Book It Now so you know, book it now.
Domestic flights kick off from 35 bucks. And international flights begin at $129. Mates, that’s beautifully affordable.
Key things to note:
- Flights are one way.
- Flights kick off from Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane, Adelaide, Gold Coast, Darwin – pretty much everywhere in Aus so time to break the piggy bank.
- International destinations include Hawaii, Vietnam, Japan, New Zealand, Thailand, Indonesia, Kuala Lumpur, Philippines, and Taiwan.
- There are a whole bunch of travel dates and they begin from July 2018 with availability ending in June 2019.
- Sales end 11:59PM AEST Monday 11 June 2018 unless they’re sold out.
- A lot of flights are already selling out so get in quick.
If you want to get straight to it, click HERE.
For a taste of what Jetstar’s offering, read on:
- Sydney to Melbourne (Avalon Airport) – $35^
- Sydney to Launceston – $39^
- Melbourne (Tullamarine) to Sydney – $59^
- Hobart to Adelaide – $55^
Yes, those are all under 60 bucks.
- Sydney to Tokyo (Narita) – $314^
- Sydney to Osaka – $314^
- Sydney to Ho Chi Minh City -$245^
- Sydney to Christchurch – $129^
- Sydney to Auckland – $139^
- Sydney to Honolulu – $269^
- Sydney to to Phuket – $225^
- Sydney to Bali – $235
(Fortunately or unfortunately, Melbourne and Sydney are where the cheapest flights are at.)
Of course this doesn’t include baggage or food but it’s still a pretty sweet deal especially if you plan on using up your accumulated leave and escape winter in its entirety. Or, if you like the freezing cold then test out the slopes in New Zealand.
A return flight Sydney to Christchurch at a total of $196.
P.S If you’re a member of Club Jetstar then flights go as low as 59 bucks which is RIDICULOUS.
In other words… ALERT THE BLOODY GROUP CHAT.
For every single sale flight available, click HERE.Image: Getty Images / Matteo Colombo