This was posted 4 years 11 months 17 days ago, and might be an out-dated deal.

Tiger NEW route [Adelaide-Sydney] for $48

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Tiger are launching their new ADL-SYD flights from 31st July. Flight times are mixed with evening, daylight and morning flights across the week. Only 1xDaily.

Only $48, which is still cheaper than Jetstar's "Take a friend Sale", and Virgin's price of $129. There are $48 available on peak days also. And..You are flying from Terminal to Terminal, not from a shed to a terminal like Melbourne.


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  • +1 vote

    Great to see Tiger have entered the SYD route. Should shake things up (price wise) nicely.

    • +1 vote

      abso-positively-lutely!! :)

  • +2 votes

    Hell yes. Been waiting for Tiger to pick up the pace and enter Sydney market. Jetstar's been having too much fun dominating Sydney. More Sydney routes Tiger, and add international too.

  • -3 votes

    Don't expect Tiger on time guys :)

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    Tiger's always been on time for me… an it appears everyone else:

    http://rac.com.au/About-Us/RAC-eNews/March-09/Which-is-Austr...

    Do some research.

    • -2 votes

      That report not true in my case!

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    Tiger are awesome :D

    • +3 votes

      did you bother to read the actual report?

      Carrier Arrivals on time
      1. Tiger Airways 81.3%
      2. MacAir 80.8%
      3. QantasLink 80.7%
      4. Skywest 80%
      5. Qantas 79.6%
      6. Regional Express 78.1%
      7. Virgin Blue 77.6%
      8. Jetstar 76.3%

      from an actual reputable company, not just someone on a bargain website complaining about a late flight.

      • -1 vote

        Yes I did read that and that's just BS compare to my personal experience!!!
        Well I just raise my voice…so don't cry when its happend to you.

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    Watch for the international transaction fee on the sale though. Cost me $12 in bank fees last time I booked with them. You would think that a website ending in .au would actually do their transactions in Australia.