Hong Kong Return with Cathay Pacific (All Direct): Melb $573, Bris $573, Perth $574, Syd $578 @ IWTF

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Another ripper deal on IWTF's home page. Valid for travel Sep-Nov & Apr-Jun. Flights are direct from all cities. Prices seem to be available for payment with a debit card so a small additional fee may apply if paying by credit card. Click below for sample fares & dates. Enjoy :)

Melbourne to Hong Kong return
06/Sep 13/Sep $573
06/Nov 13/Nov $573
19/Oct 01/Nov $573
07/Nov 14/Nov $578
23/Oct 30/Oct $578

Brisbane to Hong Kong return
06/Jun 13/Jun $573
07/Jun 13/Jun $573
07/Nov 14/Nov $579
06/Sep 13/Sep $579
30/Oct 07/Nov $579

Perth to Hong Kong return
30/Oct 06/Nov $574
06/Nov 13/Nov $574
04/Sep 11/Sep $574
30/Oct 07/Nov $574
04/Sep 12/Sep $574

Sydney to Hong Kong return
14/Nov 27/Nov $578
16/Nov 29/Nov $578
06/Nov 13/Nov $578
06/Sep 13/Sep $578
24/Apr 01/May $578

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Comments

  • +4 votes

    Yay, I love all this competition!

  • +1 vote

    Gotta love competition. We can all thank Virgin entry onto the route for this.

    I'd have a look at the QF A380 from Sydney and Virgin A330 from Melbourne both products better than Cathay.

  • +2 votes

    Any special for Adelaide?

  • +2 votes

    The service, price, Food, and in-flight environment of virgin are better.

    Flew with Virgin to Hong Kong last month for a week (Virgin special $450 or $470 can't remember exactly)

    Btw, earlier this week CX just reported a net loss of $3.24b for last financial year, maybe that is why they are offering promotion atm

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    Who do u guys use if price is the same? Aunt Betty? BYO jet? Or are they all the same

    • +2 votes

      that would then depends on who let me use AMEX cards (or at least cheap option to use paypal).
      I like BestJet (fast, cheap and 1% paypal) or wotif (cashrewards).

      • +1 vote

        Watch out for implication on "complimentary" travel insurance, if test appies, when using PayPal.

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          I am pretty sure it was covered somewhere that AMEX will honor the insurance as long as it shows the agent. So you can use paypal as a form of payment for direct airticket purchase but not buying points, etc.

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    Does anyone know will it work if I buy it for parents from HK? i.e. they will first depart from HK.

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    Anyone know when this sale end?