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Webjet - $50 off Flights from Australia ($500 Minimum Spend)


Got an email saying that Zuji was closing down, and that they were offering the $50 coupon code HELLOWEBJET to use with Webjet which is the parent company. Thought it may be useful to some folks out there. The email and terms and conditions are pasted below:

You may have noticed that we’ve been a little quiet lately. We’ve been busy behind the scenes and it is with a heavy heart we inform you that ZUJI Australia will be ceasing to operate from Monday 14 May 2018.

We have enjoyed inspiring you as well as supporting you with your travel needs over the years.

ZUJI’s parent company Webjet, Australia’s #1 Online Travel Agency, will continue to service those of you with existing bookings. If you do have an existing booking, look out for another email with information on how to get assistance with your booking. Alternatively, please send an email to [email protected] regarding any booking enquiries.
To continue to receive great travel deals, sign up to Webjet’s email newsletter and as a a farewell gift, enjoy $50* off your next Webjet booking. Simply enter the below coupon code below at checkout:


*HELLOWEBJET Coupon Code: Offer valid from 00:01 11 May 2018 - 23:59 31 August 2018 (AEST) and is valid for flight bookings departing Australia made at https://www.webjet.com.au/ or on the App. Applicable for departures from Australia until 31 March 2019. Enter the coupon code HELLOWEBJET in the Coupon Code field on the payment page and we'll pay $50 towards your flight booking cost (a minimum spend of $500 applies). Offer can be withdrawn anytime without notice. Webjet’s standard booking Terms and Conditions apply. Read our full Coupon Code Terms and Conditions.

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  • +4

    Just be mindful of booking fee - $49.90 per booking for international flights…

    • +1

      Oh wow, that's steep!
      Just checked their site:
      "Flights: Webjet Servicing Fee: Domestic $21.95, NZ/Pacific $24.95, International $32.95"
      I guess it's not much of a deal then :/

  • https://www.productreview.com.au/p/webjet.html

    $100 more than aunt betty for the same flight and $35 of booking fee. The $50 is only slightly reduce the premium.

  • Too bad their flights are much more than $50 more expensive. I don't know why but every time I check them they are $200-$300 more expensive for long haul international.

  • On the verge of reporting Webjet / TigerAir to ACCC over a booking we made a few weeks ago.

    • On the verge of reporting Webjet / TigerAir to ACCC over a booking we made a few weeks ago.

      Do you think the ACCC cares? Nope and nothing will happen so why don't you save your time.

      • Probably not. But who would you suggest I report a complaint to?

  • Can this be used for domestic flights?