Budget airline Jetstar has announced that they will be running a ‘return for free’ flight sale tonight to honour their 18th birthday.

The deal will offer 400,000 tickets that come with a free return flight when a one way is purchased. The sale will run across all 60 of Jetstar’s domestic routes and 22 international routes to destinations. Some of the available destinations include Bali, Tokyo, Singapore, Fiji, Hawaii and more. Tickets start from $189 return for international flights.

Jetstar’s ‘Return for Free’ sale begins 11:59 pm tonight for the general public and has already started for those with club Jetstar early access membership. You can access the sale here.

The airline has stipulated that if customers are affected by changes to border restrictions, they will always be able to get a credit voucher to the full value of their booking. Depending on the circumstances, cash refunds or free changes to flight dates or times may also be available.

As Australia opens back up to the world, travel deals are popping up to help boost the tourism economy. South Australia is offering return flights from the state to and from the U.K. and Ireland for just $17.60.

200 Qatar Airways return flights to Adelaide are up for grabs from the following: London Heathrow, Manchester, Edinburgh, and Dublin.

To be eligible for the heavily discounted flights, you must be a British or Irish citizen with a valid working holiday visa, be able to travel to Adelaide before September 30th 2022, and purchase a holiday starter pack via U.K. tour operator Trailfinders.

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According to Tourism Minister Zoe Bettison, young workers travelling to SA are vital to filling the state’s job vacancies. “Our tourism operators have missed having international visitors on their tours and experiences, and booking up accommodation, and they’ve also missed the backpacker workforce and the vibrancy they bring,” she said.

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