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Virgin Australia Business Class Companion Sales: Eg One-Way to New Zealand from Perth $969, Brisbane $439, Sydney/Melbourne $489

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Fares are on sale until 11:59pm AEST 28 October 2019 unless sold out prior. Travel periods and conditions apply. Subject to availability. Offer available for bookings of a minimum of 2 passengers and up to 9 passengers. Price are per person

Brisbane to Christchurch $439; Auckland/Dunedin/Wellington $489
Perth to Auckland/Christchurch/Dunedin/Wellington $969;
Melbourne/Sydney to Auckland/Christchurch/Wellington $489;
Perth to Port Hedland/Newman/Kalgoorlie $399
Brisbane/Melbourne/Sydney to Fiji (Nadi) Return $1199;
East coast to Hong Kong Return $2800-2990;

Available travel dates: 19Nov-10Dec; 4Feb-24Mar; 27Apr-18Jun

There are more deals to other destination but whether it is a deal is up to judgement.

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Comments

  • +2 votes

    Economy fares are selling at $380-$500 for the above periods. Pretty amazing price for business I'd say.

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    For those who’ve travelled business how’s the Business class experience?. I was offered a $298 for the upgrade to business from economy for the first leg of journey which is 9 hours flight. Is it worth it?

    • +4 votes

      It certainly is

    • +5 votes

      Once you fly business, it's hard to go back to economy.

    • +1 vote

      Depends on the aircraft.

      A330 or A380 - hell yes!
      B737 - not so much (unless you’re after the status credits).

      Flights to NZ (from Melbourne at least) will be the B737.

    • +2 votes

      With Virgin business class on a 737 is pointless… Unless it's a red eye and you find worth in the infamous lounge "hot shower". Where its worth - an a330/777 operated flight will have a flatbed. In this case, definitely worth it. Back in the day my first J flight was on a 330 BNE-PER so I assumed a flatbed was the norm. However I had the unpleasant surprise of a 737 on the return leg. They use a mix of planes on BNE-PER legs but usually use 330s ex Syd/Mel

      • +3 votes

        Still better seat, more leg room. Better food, drinks and service. Overall still more comfortable. Economy sucks on a 6 hours flight from Brisbane to Perth on those 737s..

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          That's very true… But would be a borderline decision for me. If it was say 30-40% more expensive then I'd go for it. I've had a lot of success bidding for upgrades with virgin - it's also an option

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      Thanks Guys for the reply. I'll go with it - $1200 in total for 4 pax. BTW its a A333.

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      I think business for 737 for flights above 5 hours is still not too bad, the inflight dining experience with Virgin is quite good.

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      worth it is subjective. if you have money extra money, it can be yeah, why not. but for most people they'd rather have $300 to spend elsewhere than for the extra comforts of a short haul flight.

  • -3 votes

    my name is Nigel… this is no deal for me

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    Business Class is the way to go if you can afford it, so many perks.

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    Is this deal valid to LAX ?