expired Jetstar Boxing Day Sale: One Way Domestic from $29, One Way International from $99

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Jetstar has just launched its Boxing Day sale. Travel dates vary, and there are too many fares to list individuallly, so happy searching and travel safe :)

Some examples

  • Avalon <-> Adelaide/Sydney $29
  • Melbourne <-> Launceston $35
  • Melbourne <-> Hobart $39
  • Perth <-> Bali $99 ($144 return)
  • Melbourne <-> Perth $105
  • Sydney <-> Perth $109
  • Melbourne <-> Honolulu $249 ($405 return)
This is part of Boxing Day Sales for 2017
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    What is the destination in second last row?

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    Jetstar also give a free Jetstar hotel voucher that you can give away or sell on OzB classifieds - monitored closely by me :)

    • +9 votes

      I feel like an oz bargain disgrace not knowing there was a Classifieds section. I have a couple of those vouchers sitting in my inbox if you would like them

      • +2 votes

        Yes please. If you could open up your private messaging function then I will contact you.

    • +5 votes

      Check other hotel websites first. In most cases still cheaper than the Jetstar voucher offer.

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      You may find no longer that you receive a hotel voucher . Yonks back they would send a $25 hotel voucher for return voyages even when one did the price guarantee. Last 2 fare guarantees did not come with a voucher

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      Can multiple vouchers be applied to a single hotel booking? ie a $200 hotel paid for with eight $25 vouchers?

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      I’m not allowed to make a classifieds post so here is my voucher (I stay in Airbnb’s) so here is my $25 voucher for anyone interested. Comment if you take it so that everyone else knows.

      https://imgur.com/a/te57j

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        Thanks, it worked for me. I tried AirBnb and it was very good, but I ended up finding a good cheap hotel that I stay 80 nights per year, and so every little bit helps.

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    $405 return to Honolulu seems cheap, what's the catch?

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      You'll have to put up with a bunch of Americans.

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      Donald Trump will refuse you entry.

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      what's the catch?

      There's no catch, apart from the seafood meals you'll be eating.

      I'll see myself out.

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        See you, JV.

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        There's no catch, apart from the seafood meals you'll be eating.

        That was mathematically hilarious, MathNerd.

        It's mathematically hilarious because you said meals, which is plural and more than 1.

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      No luggage? I haven't checked.

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      The catch is the grim realisation you can get a better holiday for less in asia.

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      Check the baggage allowance. They are usually quite low for these tickets.

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    $215 SYD-AKL return for May-July

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    Looks like this also includes Sydney to Honolulu (return) in May, June, August and September from around $410 - $430 on scattered dates.

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    Cairns- Bali (2 Adults, 2 Kids) $482 Return!

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    Tiger is cheaper for the routes I'm looking at. Hopefully I can get Jetstar to price beat.

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    with regards to adding 20kg checkin luggage for $90pp. I', planning to book a flight to Tokyo for me, my wife adn 2 kids. It looks like jetstar only lets you add the 20kg checkin luggage to all 4 people ($360), but not for individual people? IS there a way around this?

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    Yes…you can…just untick the all passengers button

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    Hmmm cost of baggage seems to have increased?
    Normally about $15 / 15kg?

    Now it's $22/$25 / 15kg? (Cheaper one direction oddly)

    It's only a domestic as well…

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