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[QLD] 40% off Return Brisbane City Fares to Brisbane Airport @ Airtrain.com.au

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Holiday

To secure this great deal, book your ticket using the promo code Holiday for travel to or from the following stations South Brisbane, Roma Street, Central, Fortitude Valley, Bowen Hills, Albion, Wooloowin, Eagle Junction, and Brisbane Airport Domestic station.

Terms and conditions apply to this offer:

Offer must be used for a return trip.
Offer is available for booking between 1 – 30 November 2020 for travel between 1 November – 31 January 2021.
Offer is available through Airtrain website only.
To cancel the ticket, you must notify us before the date of travel, and we will refund your purchase in full. There will be no refund on a return ticket if the forward journey has commenced, or if a refund is requested on or after date of travel.
The offer is only available between the Domestic and International Airport stations and City Stations. The list of city stations includes South Brisbane, Roma Street, Central, Fortitude Valley, Bowen Hills, Albion, Wooloowin and Eagle Junction.
E-ticket terms and conditions also apply to this offer.
Valid until further notice. All information is correct as of 25 October 2020. Airtrain reserves the right to make changes without prior notice and to withdraw the scheme at any time

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  • Still way too overpriced. This promo code brings it down to $22.20 return or $11.10 per person oneway.

    Uber is quoting me $34 for the same journey so if you're a group of people then check ride share apps as they can potentially be cheaper.

    If you're really wanting to save money (true Ozbargainer) then you could also get the free airport bus to sky gate and then a regular bus to the nearest train station which adds about half an hour to the journey time but only costs ~$4 per person.

    • Uber is still better if you are alone because of the convenience and the guarantee you will get to your destination.

    • If you're really wanting to save money (true Ozbargainer) then you could also get the free airport bus to sky gate and then a regular bus to the nearest train station which adds about half an hour to the journey time but only costs ~$4 per person.

      Legend mate, will try this next time haha

      • A few more details about the trip. I've done it before with no problems but it's best to check the timetable first.

        From the airport there is a bus every 30 minutes during the day (last bus from domestic is 5:50pm)

        Timetable for the Airport to Skygate (DFO) bus:
        https://www.bne.com.au/sites/default/files/2017-08/Brisbane%...

        It takes about 5 minutes from Domestic to Skygate and goes direct.

        Once at Skygate it's about 50 meters to the other bus stop for a regular council bus. As cash isn't being except on busses right now you'll need a gocard (which can be purchased/topped up upstairs at the domestic terminal train station before you board the free skygate bus).

        Services from Skygate (DFO) to Toombul interchange operate every 20-30 minutes (more frequent at peak times)

        Timetable below (looking at page 3 Ref B to Ref A)

        https://translink.com.au/sites/default/files/acquiadam-asset...

        Once at the Toombul bus interchange whilst you can get busses into the city (these take 50 minutes) but it's best to walk about 200 meters across the road and then catch the train (every 15 minutes into the city).

        When timed well it can be a really quick journey but if you must miss a service it's always possible to spend some time at the DFO or the Toombul shopping center along the way.

        In reverse, it's much the same although take note the sky gate to domestic bus goes via the international terminal along Qantas drive (in the process dropping off/picking up staff along Qantas drive) so it takes around 20 minutes instead of 5.

        As it's a two-zone trip it's just $4.11 on peak or $3.29 off peak (50% off for concession) when you've got a gocard. Whilst it's not possible to do the airport to city trip on a paper ticket (because they're not sold on a bus), for those not from Brisbane you can still buy paper tickets (albeit more expensive) from train station ticket machines meaning a city to airport trip is possible for $6 on a paper ticket.

  • Op are the travel dates fixed for travel or open?