Fly home for FREE from Bali: Jetstar offers return flights and five nights on the Indonesian island for just $ 370 – and you even get a bucket of beer on arrival
- Jetstar Airline has the package deal & # 39; Bali Return For Free & # 39; announced
- Air fares, accommodation, spa offers and limited food and alcohol are included
- Package offers start from just $ 369, but are only available for one week
Budget airline Jetstar has announced a new package deal that allows holidaymakers from Bali to fly home for free.
Jetstar & # 39; s & # 39; Bali Return For Free & # 39; sale was announced Wednesday – with some breathtaking package deals from all major cities in Australia.
The airline has thrown five to seven nights in five-star resorts, spa offers and a whole range of extras, including a breakfast buffet and a bucket of beer brought to your room every day.
Jetstar & # 39; s & # 39; Bali Return For Free & # 39; package deal, announced Wednesday, offers the airline free return flights from Bali to all major cities in Australia (stock image)
The four deals range from budget to the pinnacle of luxury, from romantic getaways for a couple to family holidays or a party outing with friends.
From $ 369 per person, flyers receive five overnight stays in a & # 39; superior room & # 39; at the Ibis Styles Bali Legian hotel and breakfast.
A bonus withdrawal receives an additional two-night stay and a bucket of beer upon arrival.
Or for $ 789 per person, travelers get return planes, five nights at the five-star Indigo hotel on Seminyak Beach in Bali, daily breakfast, a traditional Balinese massage of 90 minutes and two-course dinner lunches and dinners.
All four offers range from the budget to the pinnacle of luxury and have ensured that all types of holiday makers are accommodated, from romantic couple outings to family holidays or a party outing with friends (stock image)
Families can even take one child for free.
Jetstar also offers return fares and a five-night stay in a Deluxe Room at the five-star Stones Hotel in Legian from $ 659 per person.
That deal includes daily breakfast, airport transfers, a course lunch and two course dinner, a 60-minute spa treatment and a daily bucket of beer.
The travel dates vary and the deals are only available from Wednesday 24 July to Wednesday 31 July – or until sold out.
Customers must act quickly to take advantage of the package deals for the middle of the year. They are only available from Wednesday 24 July to Wednesday 31 July (stock image)
The Jetstar deal comes when rival airline Qantas launched its own sales mid-year.
On Monday, the airline announced their & # 39; Around the World in 8 Days & # 39; sale, offering travel to luxury local and international destinations.
The airline will unveil a new destination every day for the next eight days, with flights to South Africa and South America already announced – as well as domestic routes.
On Monday, Qantas announced their & # 39; Around the World in 8 Days & # 39; sale, allowing Australians to travel to luxury local and international destinations for just $ 99. Pictured: Rio De Janeiro
The airline will unveil a new destination every day for the next eight days, with domestic flights around Australia and South Africa and South America already announced. Pictured: Johannsburg
Australians can travel to Santiago from $ 1,041, Peru & # 39; s Lima for $ 1,147, Rio De Janeiro for $ 1,148 and Johannsburg for $ 1,149.
And if the Australians want to explore their own country, they can do it for $ 99.
Travelers can visit destinations such as the Gold Coast from $ 99, Melbourne from $ 119, Cairns or Hamilton Island from $ 159 and Perth from $ 209.
Australians can travel return economy to Santiago (photo) from $ 1,041
Australian-only flights also offer low prices to fly Business Class – with a single seat for just $ 2,520.
There is a range of dates that pilots can choose from – with sales flights leaving at the end of August this year.
The last available dates to fly out of sale seem to be in March 2020.
Australians have until Monday July 29 to view the deals on the Qantas website.
Australians have until Monday July 29 to view the deals on the Qantas website (stock image)
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