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QANTAS: Tokyo Return from Melbourne $633, Adelaide $640, Sydney $640, Canberra $642, Brisbane $652 @ IWTF

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Qantas is having a sale on flights to Tokyo, Japan. Travel in mid April - late June/20. Bags and Meals included. Flights are direct from Melbourne and Brisbane.

$633 Return Melbourne to Tokyo Flights. Click Here for more travel dates.
Depart Return
18/May 08/Jun $633 View Flight
25/May 15/Jun $633 View Flight
28/May 18/Jun $633 View Flight
04/Jun 25/Jun $633 View Flight
19/May 02/Jun $633 View Flight
26/May 09/Jun $633 View Flight
03/Jun 17/Jun $633 View Flight
08/Jun 22/Jun $633 View Flight
11/Jun 25/Jun $633 View Flight
22/Apr 06/May $645 View Flight

$640 Return Adelaide to Tokyo Flights. Click Here for more travel dates.
Depart Return
19/May 09/Jun $640 View Flight
26/May 16/Jun $640 View Flight
01/Jun 22/Jun $640 View Flight
01/Jun 15/Jun $640 View Flight
11/Jun 25/Jun $640 View Flight
21/May 11/Jun $641 View Flight
23/Apr 14/May $666 View Flight
28/Apr 19/May $666 View Flight
30/Apr 21/May $666 View Flight
20/May 03/Jun $666 View Flight

$640 Return Sydney to Tokyo Flights. Click Here for more travel dates.
Depart Return
21/Apr 12/May $640 View Flight
25/May 15/Jun $640 View Flight
28/May 18/Jun $640 View Flight
01/Jun 22/Jun $640 View Flight
03/Jun 24/Jun $640 View Flight
21/May 09/Jun $640 View Flight
03/Jun 22/Jun $640 View Flight
25/May 08/Jun $640 View Flight
03/Jun 17/Jun $640 View Flight
28/May 16/Jun $641 View Flight

$642 Return Canberra to Tokyo Flights. Click Here for more travel dates.
Depart Return
01/Jun 15/Jun $642 View Flight
21/Apr 12/May $642 View Flight
19/May 09/Jun $642 View Flight
03/Jun 24/Jun $642 View Flight
19/May 02/Jun $642 View Flight
27/May 10/Jun $642 View Flight
04/Jun 18/Jun $642 View Flight
11/Jun 25/Jun $642 View Flight
09/Jun 23/Jun $668 View Flight
09/Mar 30/Mar $685 View Flight

$652 Return Brisbane to Tokyo Flights. Click Here for more travel dates.
Depart Return
20/May 10/Jun $652 View Flight
21/May 11/Jun $652 View Flight
28/May 18/Jun $652 View Flight
02/Jun 23/Jun $652 View Flight
18/May 01/Jun $652 View Flight
27/May 10/Jun $652 View Flight
01/Jun 15/Jun $652 View Flight
04/Jun 18/Jun $652 View Flight
09/Jun 23/Jun $652 View Flight
11/Jun 25/Jun $652 View Flight

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Comments

  • +3 votes

    We went in May this year and it was fantastic. Flew with Qantas (went Jetstar the first couple of times) and it is worth the premium since you don't have to pay for luggage or food.

    Kinda want to go again 😁

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      Hoping to go to Tokyo in October (Philippine Airlines). Is it a good season to be there?

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        Yep, autumn is a beautiful time of year to go, autumn leaves and slightly less busy than cherry blossom.

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        in Tokyo and southern parts of japan you wont see autumn colours till the end of October and beginning of november

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    Can you bid to upgrade these seats and if so what would be a good price range to bid for?

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      Unlikely you can upgrade this flight being cheapest economy. Have flown it many times on different carriers in economy, and it's a pretty easy flight plus minimal time difference is great

  • +4 votes

    Fyi, Olympics are in Tokyo next year

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    thanks OP going to book it on china airlines via Taipei. $650..

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    Looking to just return from Tokyo to Melbourne in late June. The cheapest price is $855 compared to $613 for both ways. Is there no way to take advantage of these sales for just a single way ticket?

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    Can u choose multi trips but with layover for a few days?

  • +1 vote

    Btw travel date is after cherry blossom session :(

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    Im reading that the rainy season in Tokyo is June? Anyone been during this time? is it really that bad?

    • +1 vote

      I went late May to Mid June this year, and towards the end we had 2 or so rainy days. I wouldn't say that it's that bad, but it really puts a damper on going out (specially with suitcases). So I wouldn't go/start after 10/6.

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        yeah i did a bit more research and decided on mid may to the end of may, weather looks warm and should miss most of the rain

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      went in July last year for the whole month, only rained a couple times. just except super humid temperatures

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      rainy season would be OCT-NOV

  • +2 votes

    I took Qantas to Tokyo. The food was so yucky. I was wondering how they made them. On the way back, I took Japan airline, the food was much much better.

  • +1 vote

    Prices seem to be going up, lowest i can see now is around $697 return from Melbourne

      • +1 vote

        Yeah they are if you book through a 3rd party, which has its risks and is never wise to do if the savings are only small as apposed to booking directly through the airline.

        Directly through Qantas is $697ish - which is still a fantastic deal, id rather pay an extra $60 or so for peace of mind. If things go wrong booking through a 3rd party if can be a nightmare, they can overbook, cancel etc. Its always an extra set of T&C's to jump through if things change or are cancelled.

        • +1 vote

          Very true, the only one I trust is Webjet and even than its a nervous few minutes till it shows up on my QANTAS account.

          • +1 vote

            @emrys1: Trust me on this one, AVOID Webjet !!! We booked a qantas flight to Europe via webjet and they gave us a wrong boarding time in Istanbul. After we missed our flight, webjet gave us a wrong instruction and they didn't really help us for compensation for 3 months, even tho we had to stay one extra night in Istanbul at our own cost. Also their travel insurance is a bullshit. Highly recommend you NOT TO DEAL WITH WEBJET.

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              @Hope140: I usually only go through the airline but this was a multi city flight that wasn't showing up on the QANTAS website, but its all on QANTAS now so all good.

        • +2 votes

          Just book it from Qantas directly and claim their best price guarantee policy. Nothing to lose.

          I claimed one against bestJET 2 years ago.

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            @cliff515: Cheers for that - however the one catch is the website has to be Australian with an ABN. The $633 website wasnt australian however the lowest 3rd party website on the list with an ABN was skiddoo.com.au who have the fair listed as $675, as i booked 2 flights i have a potential for a $50 cash back from the claim i just submitted (also a bonus 1000 FF points)

            If anyone else wants to submit, its pretty straight forward - https://www.qantas.com/travel/airlines/price-promise/global/...

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    Great deal. when does the sale end?

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    May and June weather is gross.. And watch out for their big public holiday

    • +1 vote

      https://www.executivetraveller.com/qantas-reveals-plans-for-...

      The Melbourne Narita flight might be switched to Haneda in March if they do get awarded the slot, so be careful about booking accommodation around Narita.

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        why would you stay around Narita unless you had to?

        • +1 vote

          Some of the Narita accommodation can be very cheap. If you are arriving in the night or departing early, some of the nearby hotels offer a good service with the added amenities of the shuttle bus.

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          Narita Town has restaurants specialising in eel dishes along a lovely main street leading up to the big shrine. Makes a good outing a for a few hours and several of the hotels run free shuttle buses from the hotel to the town and back in addition to their free shuttle from or to the airport. Narita Town has two train stations close to each other to get you on your way or when going home to catch your hotel shuttle to your last night of accommodation. The regular hotel shuttles stop at the train station area. I spent a half-day in Narita town after my morning arrival then stayed at the hotel and a good cathcup sleep in a quiet cheap room before heading into Chiba to meet a friend the next morning, courtesy of the shuttle bus to the Narita Town train stations. You can also of course go back to Narita Airport train sration, depending on where you want to go. I stayed in the Narita Garden hotel which is used by several airlines for their air crews. Including Jetstar.

    • +4 votes

      Gross how? I go every year in May, it's great! Bit of rain, pish posh.

    • +2 votes

      you should try August… 40 degrees everyday

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    Oh boy, here I go again.

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    Flown with them three times and agree that it’s worth it

    Now if only they could have a return flight that wasn’t overnight. Then it would be perfect!

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      It's like a free day though with no accommodation!

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      Yep. I'd rather fly in the day too and not get a crappy night's sleep in the plane. With JAL it is overnight on the way to Tokyo which makes for a bleary-eyed first day. Much prefer JAL service and their better seat spacing over Qantas but the price is a big factor to me as an Ozbargainer. Ideally I'd fly Qantas by day to get there and JAL by day to come back (to Melbourne) but unless they codeshare there won't be a cheap fare for doing that.

  • +2 votes

    I’m there at the moment. Sigh. 2 days till we fly home :(

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    Awesome find thank you!

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    No joy for Perth?

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    We are going next week, $1650 return ! I hope it is not to crazy busy with the ruby World Cup on. Did not realised until after I made the booking.

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    Getting $770 directly on Qantas website for Melb - Tokyo. Had to pay $70 for seats. Still a good deal or no?

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      Why are you paying for seats? Seat selection isn’t mandatory. Unless you want a premium seat you’ve just shelled out for a standard seat that everyone else will get for free when they allocate seats

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        I'm travelling as a pair, if I don't select seats in advance will they still put us together or random allocation?

        • +1 vote

          Yes, they'll put you together. My friend and I never pay to select seats and we've never been split up on multiple trips with Qantas or Jetstar. I've also selected a seat (not paying) while travelling alone but got moved at the airport anyway so that a couple could sit together.

        • +1 vote

          They always put you together. Unless you’re extremely, extremely unlucky. It’s almost a guarantee especially on premium airlines like Qantas.

          Rule of thumb is never pay for seat selection unless you actually want a specific seat or you want to pay more for a premium seat.

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    Currently in Tokyo. Looks like I’ll need to book again soon.

  • +1 vote

    People in Perth feel missed out.

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    Any deals for late March?

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