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$389 Return from Melbourne to Hawaii on Jetstar (July/Aug) @ Beat That Flight

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IF - and it's a big IF at present, IMHO, the Rona gets under control both here and in the US, this is a pretty great fare to the place where "the life of the land is perpetuated in righteousness".

Airline: Jetstar
From: MEL
To: HNL (Honolulu)
When: July/Aug

Note: Jetstar is a Low cost carrier, so bags/food not included. However I've done this flight on the Dreamliner and it's very comfy.

Evidence: https://imgur.com/a/IzfdoSE

Example: $389 Return from 5 Jul to 5 Aug

If nervous, Jetstar does say this on their site:

"We appreciate that your travel plans may have changed and we’re allowing any customer travelling up until the 31 July to cancel their booking and receive a credit voucher. You’ll just need to make your request by 30 April 2020"


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    Any chance the dollar will be anything decent by that time?

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    Is travel after 31 July covered by the fee free cancellation policy?

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    What happens if coronavirus isn't under control by that time (and there's a very high possibility of that the way things are going)? What's their refund policy on this?

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      "We appreciate that your travel plans may have changed and we’re allowing any customer travelling up until the 31 July to cancel their booking and receive a credit voucher. You’ll just need to make your request by 30 April 2020"

      https://www.jetstar.com/au/en/covid-19-faq

      • +10 votes

        Yeah that's a credit. Not a refund. And when you want to travel? Little chance that will be the fare…

        • +7 votes

          agree. this is actually a bit deceptive; they lock away your money now and more money in future because you'll have to cover the difference.

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    There doesn't seem to be any discounts on hotels at that time. Still very expensive as usual.

  • +7 votes

    Haha. Flying. That seems like such a strange concept now.

  • +1 vote

    @HillsongMorrison good deal for you!

  • +15 votes

    Be aware that your "cheap" flight will be to a nation with some of the world's highest medical costs where you won't be medically insured for Covid-19.

    And if you did, unfortunately get it, … chances are there won't be anywhere near enough respirators to treat you…

    … because of Dump's total failure to listen to any advice and act early.

    Carefully consider the above before purchase.

    It's a terrible situation and I hope we defeat Covid-19 soon.

    Stay Home
    Stay Safe.

  • +22 votes

    Seriously guys don't bother with fare deals! We all ain't gonna go anywhere until vaccine is out

    • +3 votes

      Agreed. International travel is going to be IMO one of the last things allowed again.

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      Vaccine. Heh. There's a flu vaccine; however we still have the flu. There's no vaccine for AIDS, it's a virus. There's no vaccine for the common cold sore, it's a virus. There may not be a vaccine for this beast.

  • +6 votes

    The government didn't put countless Aussies out of jobs so that select folks can take advantage of cheap overseas travel deals to risk bringing the virus back and starting another wave of infections.

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    Scomo said this situation (rona) wil stay up to 6 months from now

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      In two months he'll say 6 months. Nobody has an idea

      • -2 votes

        Some people do have an idea, it's just that they are keeping it on the down low. The modelling (NSW) health is using predicts a peak in Oct/Nov. I can't tell you how I know this, so don't ask.

        • +1 vote

          I don't ask cause anything they say can change anytime. Until there is a cure AND a vaccine it's just words

  • +7 votes

    Unobtainable deal

  • +2 votes

    Tell em the're dreamin.

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    free accommodation and extended stay guaranteed

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      I doubt it would be free.
      And the Hawaii authorities are pleading for potential visitors to stay away.

  • +1 vote

    I wouldn't go for free in that date. Nice try though.

  • +2 votes

    I'm a cruiser. It's actually mind boggling that cruisers are thinking that cruising is going back to normal by September. I've asked, what country do you think will be allowing cruise ships in and out of their country in the next year? I think sydneysiders would grab their hoarded metaphorical pitchforks and storm the overseas Passenger Terminal if a cruise ship showed up in the next year.

  • +5 votes

    Sorry, no deal. Not much of a guarantee if you need to cancel in about 3 weeks (if) when you won't flying 3 months later. The chances of this virus being gone by then is quite unrealistic. I appreciate that you are trying to stay afloat but I for one won't be booking any travel plans until there is confirmation from the respective governments / authorities to be safe to do so. Also take in the fact that Covid - 19 thrives in cooler temperatures, just like the common flu and cold. Hopefully the social distancing will still be helping to keep the it under control.

  • +2 votes

    this is just an attempt to raise funds to make interest off your money

  • +3 votes

    scam

  • +4 votes

    Terrible advertisement. Even if we can fly, the first destination won't be USA for me.

  • +5 votes

    I got down voted to oblivion in a comment advising not to buy flights to Japan for April-June back in Feb.

    I wonder if I will get the same treatment this time.

    Do not buy these flights.

  • +3 votes

    Would not give any airline any money right now. Credit vouchers are useless when you don't know what price you have to pay for the new tickets once travel is allowed again. I got over 3K in these vouchers and they have so many restrictions that it will get expensive using them.
    We need refunds not vouchers. To advertise "safety" that you get vouchers is pretty cheeky. No deal … even at $10 for the flight!

    • +4 votes

      I think the voucher point is really important. They want to take our cash, right now with a very very low chance of flying and all you get back is a voucher with many restrictions. I think the ACCC has to stand in here.

  • +2 votes

    Jetstar and other smaller Airlines will be out of business by that time. If the government steps in then maybe OK but massive uncertainty in Airline industry.

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    Why publish a deal for flights to the most heavily pandemic-affected country on the planet where no travel insurance is valid and current government restrictions forbid the activity?

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    I know this route was only $304 a few months ago, but why all the negs?

    Until a few weeks ago, when my boss stopped giving me shifts for some reason, I was working my arse off as a waiter to save up for a cruise at the end of autumn. But I've never been to Hawaii! I'll try and get as many Sunday shifts as I can over the next few weeks so hopefully the hostel won't end up too expensive.

    Any tips for a first-timer? Best restaurants? Best night clubs?

    I was going to save some money for medication (for my chronic lung condition), but this is too good to resist! Thanks OP!

    OzBargaaaiiinnn Meeeetup!

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