Jetstar has launched a huge Christmas sale which includes flights to Bali from just $169.

The sale has flights to the Indonesian island for $169 from Darwin, for $229 from Cairns, for $199 from Melbourne and Adelaide $280. Other international destinations include Singapore, Phuket, Queenstown and Honolulu.

The sale runs from 12am AEDT on Thursday, December 8 until 11.59pm AEDT on Monday, December 12, unless the flights are sold out sooner. Club Jetstar members have exclusive early access from 12pm, December 7. Flying periods are from early March to mid-September 2023.

Some of the flight destinations and prices below:

  • Auckland to Christchurch from $31
  • Auckland to Dunedin from $42
  • Auckland to Wellington from $32
  • Auckland to Queenstown from $49
  • Wellington to Christchurch from $28
  • Wellington to Queenstown from $36
  • Auckland to Melbourne (Tullamarine) from $135
  • Auckland to Gold Coast from $135
  • Auckland to Sydney from $139
  • Christchurch to Melbourne from $135
  • Christchurch to Gold Coast from $135
  • Wellington to Gold Coast from $139
  • Queenstown to Melbourne (Tullamarine) from $175
  • Queenstown to Sydney from $185
  • Queenstown to Gold Coast from $155.

The above prices listed above are one-way and don’t include checked-in baggage.

The sale follows in the footsteps of Virgin Airline’s hugely successful recent flight sale. The sale offered dirt-cheap flights to destinations like Fiji, Vanuatu, Samoa and, of course, Bali.

Speaking of the exciting flight sale, a Virgin Australia Group spokesperson told “We are incredibly focused on providing Australians with excellent value airfares and we’re pleased to have launched over 1 million sale fares to popular destinations, including Bali, Fiji and the Gold Coast from as low as $49, which we know will be welcome news for travellers looking to plan a summer holiday.”

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They added, “Our Bring on Summer sale fares are expected to sell quickly, particularly given the strong demand we are currently experiencing for returning travellers who are booking flights to wonderful destinations in Australia and abroad.”

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