Qantas launches huge sale with over a million cheap seats available on flights to popular destinations
- Over a million discounted seats
- Domestic flights from $99
- Sales fares available on more than 100 routes
Qantas has slashed fares on more than a million seats, with Aussies able to score tickets from as little as $99 to some of the country’s hottest destinations.
The flight tickets are available on more than 100 different domestic routes across the country for travelers looking to book a holiday in 2023 and 2024.
Sydneysiders looking for a slice of paradise can grab a $99 one-way ticket to Byron Bay.
Sydneysiders looking for a slice of paradise can snag a $99 one-way ticket to Byron Bay (pictured) in Qantas’ redtail sale
Discounts are available on more than 100 domestic routes, with travelers flying from Melbourne to Tasmania’s Launceston (pictured) for $99 one-way
Travelers in Melbourne can also score bargains for a $99 one-way ticket to Launceston, Tasmania’s gastronomic hub – known for its world-class wineries, restaurants and the beautiful Cataract Gorge Reserve.
More than 40 domestic routes are available for less than $150 – 30 percent off the full price.
Passengers flying from Hobart to Melbourne can purchase a one-way ticket for $139, which is the same price as travelers traveling south from Brisbane to Sydney.
Wildlife enthusiasts in Adelaide can fly to Kangaroo Island for $129 one way, while those who prefer urban living can fly to Melbourne for the same price.
Prices have also been reduced for passengers from Perth and Darwin flying to Sydney, with fares reduced to $309 one way.
The sale flights are available from April 26 to midnight on May 3 or until they are sold out.
The airline has discounted more than a million seats and said the cheap fares will make it easier for Australians to plan their next holiday
The national airline said the sale will make it easier for Australians to plan their next holiday as the Easter holiday draws to a close.
Qantas explained that customers can use their flight credits received during the Covid-19 pandemic.
“Covid credits received during the pandemic can be used when booking sales fares on qantas.com, for travel this year or next year,” Qantas’ statement said.
“Qantas has recently extended the travel expiration date for Covid credits, allowing customers an additional 12 months of travel.”