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QANTAS 8 Hour Flash Sale to Japan (Tokyo & Osaka) + $50 off (e.g SYD - TYO Return $610 16 May - 20 May) @ Skiddoo

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Qantas is having an 8 hour flash sale on flights to Japan, and Skiddoo is sweetening the deal with an extra $50 off!

Must be booked by midnight August 16 to qualify.

Osaka availability through 11 May - 19 Jun 2019
Japan availability through 14 May - 11 Jun 2019

Some sample dates:
2 Jun - 9 Jun 2019
5 Jun - 19 Jan 2019
12 Jun - 28 Jun 2019

Qantas Flights to Tokyo - From $557 with $50 voucher QFJAPAN
Sydney to Tokyo Flights - from $610 inc 1 checked bag - $50
Melbourne to Tokyo Flights - from $608 inc 1 checked bag - $50
Perth to Tokyo Flights - from $632 inc 1 checked bag - $50
Brisbane to Tokyo Flights - from $607 inc 1 checked bag - $50
Cairns to Tokyo Flights - from $745 inc 1 checked bag - $50
Adelaide to Tokyo Flights - from $610 inc 1 checked bag - $50

Qantas Flights to Osaka - From $541 with $50 voucher QFJAPAN
Sydney to Osaka Flights - from $591 inc 1 checked bag - $50
Melbourne to Osaka Flights - from $594 inc 1 checked bag - $50
Perth to Osaka Flights - from $733 inc 1 checked bag - $50
Brisbane to Osaka Flights - from $594 inc 1 checked bag - $50
Cairns to Osaka Flights - from $750 inc 1 checked bag - $50
Adelaide to Osaka Flights - from $595 inc 1 checked bag - $50

All prices quoted are for return fares and include taxes. These prices are on a limited quantity of seats and won't last long - usually they sell out in a day or two, but sometimes much sooner. If you click the sample dates on our landing page and the prices have gone up it unfortunately means the sale has sold out. Discount vouchers open to use on Qantas to Tokyo and Osaka from Australia, expire August 16 2018 or until availability is used up. 29.95 booking fee/pp if booking with a low cost carrier (Jetstar, Scoot, Tigerair, Cebu Pacific) and domestic routes.

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    Some prices in the title would be nice…

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      and months. and cities.

      • +9 votes

        and my axe.

        • +5 votes

          Careful, Eugene.

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        Dates seem to be mid May to June 2019

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    10-24 hour layover times in Singapore when flying from Perth to Tokyo via Qantas. What's the deal with that?

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      Lack of connection options I guess?

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        Can't take Qantas seriously then when there are far better connection options from Singapore Airlines and Cathay when flying from Perth

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    The coupon doesn't appear to work for me. I have selected a Qantas flight from MEL to TKO.
    Says it does apply for my current booking.

    QF79 Airbus A330
    QF80 Airbus A330

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      Please try again - we ran out of coupons and generated additional availability just now!

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    Yeah I'm sad!! Slightly different dates but could have saved $150-200 all up for two return from Adelaide (don't know exactly as I used points+pay and only spent $800).

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      don't know exactly as I used points+pay and only spent $800

      Aw using Points + Pay is not ideal…

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        Didn't have enough points for classic flight rewards. It was still using free points but I've only just started credit card churning.

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    Looking to go November this year ☹️

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    So cheaper now to fly to Japan and buy top end Nikon Camera when you get there .. than mess around with haggling here + TRS

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      pretty sure you could claim tax off in japan as well

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    Heading to Japan next month. $1150 for 2 adults+2 kids return with jetstar - OOL <>NAR

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      Wow… $1150 for four of you ?
      Been trying to get ticket for Jan 2019 (eg 8/1/2019 to 23/1/2019, approx date, Melbourne to Tokyo) , Jetstar cost us nearly $5k all up for 4 adults, qantas cost ways more!!!!

      • +2 votes

        Prime travel season being summer holidays here. You're not going to find cheap sales. If you want to fly cheap with kids, best time to do it is to give them time off school and go during the school term.

        While I don't actively encourage it, I am a strong proponent of kids travelling and if it means doing so during school term, so be it. They will learn and experience far more in a week's worth of travelling than they will in school.

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          kids are only missing 3 days of school.
          planned it right this time.
          last holidays (april) I somehow stuffed up the dates so the kids missed 2 weeks of school, had 2 days back and then holidays

          the kids are learning Japanese at school so this is an educational trip.

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          @altomic: Make a video of them trying to use it in a setting and send it to their teachers. Be it reading menus or talking to locals. When my kids travel during the school term, we always make sure they present something to their class for show and tell to demonstrate what they learned while over.

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          @Cyphar: I'm shocking with taking my kids out of school for travel. 2 weeks in April to the US. Last year - 10 days in india, 2 weeks in Vietnam.Cambodia, 12 days in Japan, 7 days in Beijing. primary school though. so why not?

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          @altomic: Nothing wrong with that at all. IMO those experiences are better than the school missed. Different story in the latter high school years but when young, go for it. I was talking to a family in Singapore a few weeks ago that was spending a month in different countries around the world over 18 months (Their dad is some kind of medical celebrity and is touring a tour and talks in universties), enrolling their kids in to school in each country. I thought that was unreal.

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        @TheMatrix We booked tickets for roughly those dates a month or two ago through gateone (via one of the aggregators) for JAL for around $950 a ticket. Held out for a while but didn't seem like it would get any cheaper.

    • +2 votes

      NAR

      I'm sure you mean NRT. NAR is Puerto Nare Airport in Columbia

      • +2 votes

        Might wanna double check that itninerary

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        NRT.

        though Columbia would be cool. get some headphones…

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          Or cocaine.

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      Great deal - how far in advance did you book to score this deal

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    Promo code not working for Melbourne to Tokyo 14th May - 27th May. Rep?

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    Is May - June a good time to visit Japan?

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      Hot and potentially very humid in June.

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      Quick google search says it'll probably be rainy

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      We did May this year. Weather was beautiful, had 1 day of rain. It was a little humid.

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      Just went over to Osaka and Tokyo in mid June.

      It is the rainy season so it is wet and cloudy for most of the time. Weather is cooler than I expected around 15-20 degrees but it gets noticeably hotter when the sun is out.

      I'd say it's quite good as there are no public holidays in June for them so it will be less crowded if you go to attractions and theme parks.

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    What does the "4-24th Sept" in the title mean? I can't find any deals on those dates

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    Where to put the code in order to get the discount ??? Couldn't see it anywhere when checking out.

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    any dates in 2018?

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    The headline says Sep 4-24 is that correct?
    is it for next month?

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    Hey rep. Is it possible to fly into Osaka and fly out of Tokyo?

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      I think it's possible. Multi stop.

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    "The promo code does not apply for the current booking"

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      Having the same issue. Code expired?

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    Arghh….bought tickets 2 weeks ago. Could have saved $400 with this deal.

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    Please provide a current discount code

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    Invalid code =/

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      It says "The promo code does not apply for the current booking"

      The flights from melbourne include Qantas and JAL flights

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        yeah this happened to me as well.

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    hey rep, I can't seem to find any flights around that price from perth > tokyo?

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    Code expired
    Ugh

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    Ended up booking directly with Qantas… Paid more, but ugh.. couldn't risk waiting for the code.

  • +1 vote

    Code doesnt work

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    Waste of time. Code didn't work!!

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    Somebody needs to place a warning for these third party airline sites.

    Purchase at your own risk. https://www.tripadvisor.com.au/ShowTopic-g1-i10702-k6501455-...