This was posted 6 months 10 days ago, and might be an out-dated deal.

expired Perth to Bali AirAsia Early Bird Sale $148 Return

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Booking Period : 7 October 2013 - 13 October 2013 Travel Period : 16 January 2014 - 5 August 2014

Copy paste job below…seems a bit messy so recommend just clicking on the link.
Fly from Darwin International Airport, Darwin to:
International All-in-fare from
Indonesia
Bali AU$ 109.00
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Fly from Perth International Airport, Perth to:
International All-in-fare from
Indonesia
Bali AU$ 109.00
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Fly from Kuala Lumpur International Airport (LCC Terminal), Kuala Lumpur to:
International All-in-fare from
Indonesia
Bandung AU$ 22.00
Jakarta AU$ 22.00
Medan – Kualanamu AU$ 32.00
Surabaya AU$ 22.00
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Fly from Kota Kinabalu International Airport (T2), Kota Kinabalu to:
International All-in-fare from
Indonesia
Bali AU$ 56.00
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Fly from Penang International Airport, Penang to:
International All-in-fare from
Indonesia
Jakarta AU$ 74.00
Medan – Kualanamu AU$ 28.00
Surabaya AU$ 39.00
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Fly from Senai International Airport, Johor Bahru to:
International All-in-fare from
Indonesia
Jakarta AU$ 56.00
Surabaya AU$ 56.00
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Fly from Changi Airport (Terminal 1), Singapore to:
International All-in-fare from
Indonesia
Bali AU$ 47.00
Bandung AU$ 61.00
Jakarta AU$ 41.00
Medan – Kualanamu AU$ 41.00
Semarang AU$ 68.00
Surabaya AU$ 68.00
Yogyakarta AU$ 59.00
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Fly from Soekarno Hatta International Airport, Jakarta to:
Domestic All-in-fare from
Bali AU$ 23.00
Yogyakarta AU$ 23.00
Surabaya AU$ 23.00
Medan – Kualanamu AU$ 33.00
International All-in-fare from
Malaysia
Johor Bahru AU$ 30.00
Kuala Lumpur AU$ 10.00
Penang AU$ 46.00
Singapore
Singapore AU$ 7.00
Thailand
Bangkok – Don Mueang AU$ 54.00
Phuket AU$ 56.00
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Fly from Denpasar Ngurah Rai International Airport, Bali to:
Domestic All-in-fare from
Surabaya AU$ 18.00
Jakarta AU$ 23.00
Bandung AU$ 23.00
Yogyakarta AU$ 29.00
Makassar AU$ 33.00
International All-in-fare from
Australia
Darwin AU$ 89.00
Perth AU$ 89.00
Malaysia
Kota Kinabalu AU$ 40.00
Singapore
Singapore AU$ 10.00
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Fly from Husein Sastranegara Airport, Bandung to:
Domestic All-in-fare from
Bali AU$ 23.00
Surabaya AU$ 23.00
Pekanbaru AU$ 33.00
Medan – Kualanamu AU$ 33.00
International All-in-fare from
Malaysia
Kuala Lumpur AU$ 10.00
Singapore
Singapore AU$ 27.00
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Fly from Kualanamu Airport, Medan – Kualanamu to:
Domestic All-in-fare from
Pekanbaru AU$ 12.00
Jakarta AU$ 33.00
Bandung AU$ 33.00
Surabaya AU$ 44.00
International All-in-fare from
Malaysia
Kuala Lumpur AU$ 17.00
Penang AU$ 17.00
Singapore
Singapore AU$ 7.00
Thailand
Bangkok – Don Mueang AU$ 20.00
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Fly from Hasanuddin International Airport, Makassar to:
Domestic All-in-fare from
Surabaya AU$ 23.00
Bali AU$ 33.00
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Fly from Juanda International Airport, Surabaya to:
Domestic All-in-fare from
Semarang AU$ 18.00
Bali AU$ 18.00
Jakarta AU$ 23.00
Bandung AU$ 23.00
Makassar AU$ 23.00
Medan – Kualanamu AU$ 44.00
International All-in-fare from
Malaysia
Johor Bahru AU$ 30.00
Kuala Lumpur AU$ 10.00
Penang AU$ 15.00
Singapore
Singapore AU$ 30.00
Thailand
Bangkok – Don Mueang AU$ 74.00
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Fly from Don Mueang International Airport, Bangkok – Don Mueang to:
International All-in-fare from
Indonesia
Jakarta AU$ 87.00
Medan – Kualanamu AU$ 51.00
Surabaya AU$ 108.00
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Fly from Phuket International Airport, Phuket to:
International All-in-fare from
Indonesia
Jakarta AU$ 87.00

This seems to benefit Perth/Darwin the most but I have been playing with some dates that could help Melbourne people go to Bali return for $280-290 return a person. Taking advantage of Tigers Sale, I got to Perth for $150 return (or pricematched with Jetstar for $135) you could travel on the 27th of May and get there by 4:20pm.

Theres a flight that leaves at 7pm (so should theoretically leave enough time to check in as checkout closes 60 mins before flight) to Bali from Perth (using Jetstar pricematch with AirAsia's Sale.) THis is possible because Jetstar's policy is to pricematch international flights depending just on day of flight and does not have any one hour limitation that usually applies to domestic flights.

If you don't want to price match with Jetstar then there's a time that leaves at 8 with AirAsia so that allows plenty of time to check in if you fear Jetstar changing the time or being delayed. If want cheapest option you could hang around Perth till 4:30am to check in to the 7:30am flight with Jetstar.

So on the way back I found the 4th of June to coincide with the Tiger sale. This you wont be able to price match as its not within the hour of any Jetstar flight. So flying back on 4th of June at 9am from Bali to get to Perth around 12:40pm and you have plenty of time to check into the 5:30pm flight from Tiger.

I am pretty sure I got everything down but play with your own dates. Its not going to work on all dates, you just need to plan well so fair warning its going take some effort as you need to call Jetstar to price beat and all. Anyway you will end up with 280-290 return WITHOUT baggage, but with an awesome cheap holiday. Also June is the best time to go Bali.

If you do not want to price beat it should work to be 300 return. I have only found these set of dates to work but I have not looked hard. This is valid at time of posting, but not sure how long it will last as people will probably book.

Hope this helps anyone because I couldn't take advantage of this deal. I did the planning and pitched it to the missus but got shot down…so annoyed right now…but that will pass in time.

I am sure you could do something similar with Sydney.

Sale says Darwin too but I couldn't find many cheap dates so best bet is to go through Perth.

Good luck!


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  • +2 votes

    Also pretty tired at time of posting so please forgive the punctuation! (or not, I don't really care).

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    It cost 10 times that to fly to Melbourne last week

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      Yep, I paid more to get to Melbourne from Perth than my mate did from London. :/ will have to make my money back on this deal.

  • -3 votes

    No thanks. Last time i went there i see nothing but the drunks. on and off the street.

    • +9 votes

      Simple, get out of Kuta or areas which are full of pubs and clubs. It's easy, Bali is a big place, you're a big boy don't just sit within 200m radius of your hotel :-)

  • +1 vote

    Great prices if flexible!
    By the way - there's more to Bali than just Kuta - you have to be more adventurous and explore. Its a beautiful island.

  • +2 votes

    Agreed with others, avoid Kuta and stay in Seminyak or Ubud. Or if you are willing to spend more, stay at Nusa Dua.

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    Has anyone managed to find any of these $109 fares from Darwin to Bali in June?

  • +2 votes

    If you have Paypal use that - otherwise they will sting you for a $32 'processing' fee.
    Meals and seat allocation are much more reasonably priced compared to Jetstar as well. $3 to choose seat and $5 or $6 for a meal.
    Enjoy! I'm booked for June - bring it on!

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    How you get $148 return from Bali to Perth
    Fares listed are $109 and $89

    I think its a typo and its $39 to return.

    So these prices includes taxes etc? It appears there is a $32 processing fee?

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      avoid $32 processing fee ( it was $64 in my case ) by paying by paypal

      about $160 return including seat selection for 2 x adults, 2 x kids, 3 x 20kg baggage

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    Cheers for this.
    $787 for 2 adults/3 kids return from Perth (inc about $46 for seats and $160 for baggage (80kg… probably overkill :) ) return)

    Swore to never go to Bali (damn you OzBargainers and Air Asia), so now need tips on where to stay, what to do and how to keep away from Bali belly.

    Realised I should have returned on the saturday instead of the wednesday but that will cost $225 in changing the flight ($45 per seat). Any way around this?

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    OzBargainers - you aren't doing it right booking with AirAsia.

    You should be using Jetstar's pricebeat guarantee to reduce the cost by 10%

    Plus out of Perth Jetstar's flight times are quite reasonable (and I get to use my Qantas Club Membership)

    :)

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      AirAsia has 4 flights to and from PER - DPS daily, so there are some reasonable AA flight times too.

      Plus, out of the 8 flights a day JetStar and AA do (4 to Bali, 4 to Perth), only one matches up for price matching (within 1 hour of each other):

      JQ116 10:35 depart PER (JetStar)
      QZ8419 10:35 depart PER (AirAsia)

      Overall, probably just easier booking with AirAsia if fares are similar. They're not bad really, and I've never had issues with unexpected fees (use PayPal!) or delays or incidents. Plus their meals are cheaper and nicer ;)

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        For international price match it should be enough if the flights are on the same day. But then they only match the base fare, not luggage fees and seat fees. Not really worth the hassle.

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          Yep - international is any flight on the same day.

          As I was booking School holidays, the only cheap flight was at 4.50am - which doesn't work with 3 young kids.

          So pricematched the 4.50am flight with a 9.30am flight.

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          well done!

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      They may match the basic flight price but they are rip off merchants when it comes to seat allocation, luggage and in flight meals - they dont take paypal either - I reckon Air Asia is still the bargain here.

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    Some tips on how not to get stung by the extra charges:
    http://yqtravelling.com/2013/01/13/how-to-beat-airasias-bst-...

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    Booked Perth to Bali return in May for $148 with Paypal

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    Very happy. $206 return with 20kg luggage and exit row seats. With PayPal checkout I still managed to use my preferred credit card and get free travel insurance that way.

    Now how to get a discount on the speed boat to the Gili islands? Seems kind of stupid to pay a similar amount for a 2 hour boat ride as it costs to fly there…

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    Thanks OP

    Pricematched with Jetstar in May next year for the missus and I.
    2x adults PER > DPS > DPS > PER
    $266.40 for both of us return

    Plus 20kg PER > DPS = $56
    Plus 40kg DPS > PER = $120

    All up for 2 people return - $442.40

    Edit: before you go "whaat, but AirAsia would have still been cheaper!" read below and you will see the reason.

    We won't be staying in Bali itself, so still have to book domestic flights to another city, but DPS is the closest place for us to land to get to where we have to go.

    Be careful, the AirAsia site automatically ads 20kg luggage @ $16 per person each way, and the Jetstar guy tried to include that in the price (eg, $180 return per person, yes sir we can beat that by 10%) - I had to point out to him that he needed to manuall remove that 20kg which would also remove the additional $32 per person. To do that, you kinda have to put in passenger details etc which I think pissed him off a bit.

    Anyway, happy with the savings. It would have been cheaper to fly direct with Air Asia because their baggage is cheaper than Jetstar, but they fly at stupid times of the day (eg, 0450 depart Perth, 00:10 depart Bali).. like I said above we have domestic services to catch so this works out more convenient.

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    I can get cheap flights in Jan from Perth - Bali - but not back? End's up at over $600 return for 2 people.

    What am I missing?

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      Jan is always expensive because they know that people want to travel to visit family and or have their new years celebrations overseas (especially Bali), so the airlines hike the prices.

      As an example even look at Singapore and Jakarta. It's cheap enough for you fly there before Christmas, but pretty much anywhere between 1st-20th January, it's expensive as hell to get home.

      Even flights from Perth to Sydney suffer the same thing. People want to go to spend NYE in Sydney, and the airlines buttrape you when it comes to getting home afterwards, because they can.

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