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Jetstar: Melbourne Tullamarine to Sydney, Ballina/Byron Bay, Newcastle $16 One Way [Nov-Dec Dates] @ Beat That Flight

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Jetstar AND Qantas have a flash sale on. Routes included as part of VIC/NSW sale.

Evidence: https://imgur.com/a/WIzaTW3 ($16 flight)

Jetstar dates from Nov 5 to mid December, Qantas the same, but also late Jan to March 31st, 2022.

The Qantas and Jetstar sale fares include the following routes:

Jetstar Melbourne – Sydney
Jetstar Melbourne – Byron Bay (Ballina)
Jetstar Melbourne – Newcastle
Jetstar Avalon – Sydney
Qantas Melbourne – Sydney
Qantas Melbourne – Newcastle
Qantas Melbourne – Coffs Harbour
Qantas Melbourne – Byron Bay (Ballina) on sale from tomorrow
Qantas Melbourne – Merimbula
Qantas Bendigo – Sydney
Qantas Mildura – Sydney

We have the full press release on our website here

I'll try and post all the cheap dates I can find below as I find them (it'll take a bit of time). Jetstar flights include 7kg carry on luggage.

Melbourne to Sydney
Dates: 05 November 2021 - 20 December 2021

Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
05 Nov 06 Nov 07 Nov 08 Nov 09 Nov 10 Nov 11 Nov
$16 $16 $32 $32 $32 $32 $16
12 Nov 13 Nov 14 Nov 15 Nov 16 Nov 17 Nov 18 Nov
$16 $32 $32 $30 $30 $32 $30
19 Nov 20 Nov 21 Nov 22 Nov 23 Nov 24 Nov 25 Nov
$32 $60 $39 $68 $32 $16 $32
26 Nov 27 Nov 28 Nov 29 Nov 30 Nov 01 Dec 02 Dec
$16 $60 $30 $68 $32 $32 $32
03 Dec 04 Dec 05 Dec 06 Dec 07 Dec 08 Dec 09 Dec
$16 $32 $32 $32 $32 $32 $32
10 Dec 11 Dec 12 Dec 13 Dec 14 Dec 15 Dec 16 Dec
$16 $32 $32 $32 $32 $32 $73
17 Dec 18 Dec 19 Dec 20 Dec
$73 $69 $73 $73

Cheapest is $16

Melbourne to Ballina (Byron Bay)
Dates: 05 November 2021 - 20 December 2021

Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
05 Nov 06 Nov 07 Nov 08 Nov 09 Nov 10 Nov 11 Nov
$16 $32 $32 $32 $32 $32 $32
12 Nov 13 Nov 14 Nov 15 Nov 16 Nov 17 Nov 18 Nov
$32 $32 $32 $32 $32 $32 $127
19 Nov 20 Nov 21 Nov 22 Nov 23 Nov 24 Nov 25 Nov
$32 $32 $32 $32 $23 $32 $117
26 Nov 27 Nov 28 Nov 29 Nov 30 Nov 01 Dec 02 Dec
$105 $138 $105 $123 $16 $32 $111
03 Dec 04 Dec 05 Dec 06 Dec 07 Dec 08 Dec 09 Dec
$32 $32 $32 $32 $32 $32 $111
10 Dec 11 Dec 12 Dec 13 Dec 14 Dec 15 Dec 16 Dec
$32 $32 $32 $32 $32 $16 $111
17 Dec 18 Dec 19 Dec 20 Dec
$111 $159 $111 $135

Cheapest is $16

Melbourne to Newcastle
Dates: 05 November 2021 - 20 December 2021

Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
05 Nov 06 Nov 07 Nov 08 Nov 09 Nov 10 Nov 11 Nov
$32 $32 $16 $32 $16 $32 $16
12 Nov 13 Nov 14 Nov 15 Nov 16 Nov 17 Nov 18 Nov
$16 $32 $32 $32 $32 $32 $16
19 Nov 20 Nov 21 Nov 22 Nov 23 Nov 24 Nov 25 Nov
$32 $32 $32 $16 $32 $32 $32
26 Nov 27 Nov 28 Nov 29 Nov 30 Nov 01 Dec 02 Dec
$32 $87 $87 $112 $87 $87 $87
03 Dec 04 Dec 05 Dec 06 Dec 07 Dec 08 Dec 09 Dec
$88 $87 $93 $87 $88 $88 $88
10 Dec 11 Dec 12 Dec 13 Dec 14 Dec 15 Dec 16 Dec
$84 $88 $89 $32 $32 $32 $69
17 Dec 18 Dec 19 Dec 20 Dec
$84 $91 $91 $88

Cheapest is $16

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Comments

  • +2

    Anyone who thinks that the lockdowns are going to end are dreaming. Just look at what is happening in Israel right now.

    • -2

      Hezbollah?

    • +17

      Israel is such a shit example that anti-vaxxers and anti-lockdown folk love to take - they are only 63% vaccinated as an entire country. I also note that their death rate averages 25 a day (a remarkable improvement over the 60-70 average back in Jan without the vaccine), which considering 35% of the population is not vaccinated, that is controlled and will likely drop further. A better look would be Singapore and UAE - with actual high vaccination rates (80-90%), barely 1 or 2 deaths even with case numbers spiking every now and then - that's what Australia is aiming for, low hospitalisations and deaths.

      Singapore is even more interesting because their vaccination rate is 79% as a country, and cases are spiking, but deaths are not. Portugal is another good example, about 81% vaccination rate and deaths have dropped from around 300 to less than 10. Moral of the story, your info is bad.

      • +4

        How good is this ^

      • -3

        jaygee Someone's info. is bad. Israel has one of the highest vaccination rates in the world. We only passed their February % (yes, they had 60% way back then) of vaccinations a couple of weeks ago, so we're 7 months behind Israel. Remember slomo didn't get off his fat arse for 6 months (was it Nov. 2020? https://arichlife.com.au/new-revelations-on-governments-leth...). They're (Israel) actually considering a 2nd booster shot - is there any other country like this? https://www.newsweek.com/israel-world-leader-vaccine-booster...

        • -1

          Incorrect, their 12+ population is heavily vaccinated, but their 12 and under population is not vaccinated and they make up 25% of the population (lotta babies), which means their OVERALL value is 68%, maybe a little higher now (https://www.abc.net.au/news/health/2021-09-09/covid-19-israe...). Australia's 12 and under population is only around 10-12%, so it's not as big an issue for us. This means Israel CANNOT have herd immunity until they cover their entire population.

          However we've seen Delta affects younger people at a far greater rate than previous strains, so clearly it's spreading faster especially in a country with 1/4 being younger (means they transmit to older people). The other difference is they went 100% Pfizer, with only a 3 week spread between shots - we're currently doing 4-6 weeks meaning the Pfizer shots will be more effective for us than Israel (UK did 5 weeks and their transmissions are high, death is only climbing slowly, not like their Jan peak).

          The other difference for most countries, including Australia, is we have a mix of Pfizer, AZ, and from this week, Moderna. This is important because the efficacy of each vaccine will be different, so it won't affect the entire country the same way as Israel. Apparently Moderna and AZ are holding up better in any case against Delta, but a 5-6 week gap is bringing Pfizer up again.

          As for the booster shot, yes there are many other countries considering - but like I said, most countries have a mix of vaccines so no one will see exact results like Israel. The US for example is considering boosters not for everyone, but only those that may be in the most danger or may need it the most, we'll have to see as time goes on. Oh and.. what was that about my bad info?

          • -3

            @jaygee: Who vaccinates their under 12 population? Anyone?

            Our vaccination rates are only based on eligible age groups; as it is everywhere else; so Israel's reported vaccination rate is correct when compared to other countries.

            The only reason we spread out the time between pfizer shots was to get more people vaccinated with their first shot. This was / is an urgency in NSW.

            Other countries would love to be in a position for booster shots; they're simply not there yet. The US is close; Donald was quick on the vaccine band wagon.

            • +1
            • @poohduck: Keep digging that hole.

              In Australia, new borns have to have 1 shot at at birth - hep B shot, 4 at 4 months, more at 6 months, 12 months etc - https://www.betterhealth.vic.gov.au/health/healthyliving/imm... eventually the covid will make its way to below 12 as well, some countries already have started.

              Be gone anti-vaxxer, shoo.

              • @jaygee: I just want to know why pro-vax people so afraid of anti-vax? And why is there this 'us and them' mentality now?

                • +2

                  @Jimb000: Because "us" includes more than caring about ourselves when it comes to pushing for vaccines. Once we open up and let it rip, do you know who it hurts? The people who can't get vaccinated. Could you imagine being an immunosuppressed person right now who can't get vaccinated and is probably going to die? The more vaccinated society is the less likely they are to get it and the safer they are. They're probably going to die anyway, but so long as everyone around them is spreading it even somewhat less it gives them more of a chance.

                  Then there's the doctors and nurses. We won't have enough ICU beds for the peak that's coming no matter what we do, all we can do is make it less worse for them. It's not like hospitals are overfunded theme parks, nurses and doctors already work long hours and they're going to get smashed. We're going to traumatise a generation of medical staff, and yet all we can do is pat them on the shoulder and go "good luck". We're going to hit hospital bed provisioning where we pick and choose who gets to go into ICU and who we write off. That won't be fun. But the 10% of people who refuse to get vaccinated will take up half the beds of the 90% who do and will still get care despite their selfishness.

                  From a "pro-vax" perspective it feels like trying to get a child to eat their vegetables when their sole argument is "I don't wanna!". Except the lack of eating vegetables will smash our hospital system and kill people. I'm not afraid of them, I'm pissed off at them for being so selfish.

                • @Jimb000:

                  I just want to know why pro-vax people so afraid of anti-vax?

                  May be it has something to do with a lot of the anti-vaxers being aggressive and violent, smashing up public properties and other people? :-p

  • +3

    One Way, cause you ain't coming back

  • +2

    Alan Joyce jumping the gun again.

    Andrews said specifically today that Melbourne to Sydney is not at the top of his list. Also yesterday he said before borders open once he hit 80%, expect a few
    weeks to analyze the situation first.

    If anything I’d be looking at December onwards. November 5, forget it.

    I am holding all Donestic travel until Easter. December to April period is going to be unstable.

  • +1

    Just for the sake of seeing these travel deal makes me happy… we use to jump on these deals and used to see these deals every other day… take them for granted… f** the covid…

  • +2

    Lol. $16 and still no takers.

  • Look, if the cinemas are still shut here when Spidey comes out, I may fly up to Sydney for an afternoon to see it at this price. (profanity) cost me more in fuel to drive out to regional Vic lmao.

    • To see what?

  • +1

    When will overseas travel be allowed again,
    Do you guys think?

    • +1

      When will overseas travel be allowed again,
      Do you guys think?

      I think so…

    • +1

      I have been thinking, yes.

      • me too

        • you guys crack me up haha…

    • +1

      No unfortunately I don't

    • +1

      Yes, I think 2 much…

  • Myholidays.com who are they? Anyone have experience. And what’s this ‘online checkin fee’

  • I bought one to Sydney on Jetstar site Who knows Only bought one way If doesnt happen only lost $20.00 Wanting to be positive

  • Pray we can fly again this year

  • November lol

  • If you want to burn money, at least donate it to a worthy charity, rather than park it with an airline.

    • Well the CEO and his team want their bonuses