Quick Sticks, You Have 3 Hours To Nab A Domestic Jetstar Flight Starting From $35

This is NOT a drill. There is a Jetstar flight sale happening right now. Yup, they went and pulled a sneaky Friday Frenzy sale which ends in just over three hours from time of publishing and the deals are GOOD.

We’re talking Sydney to Ballina Byron for a mere $35. Or Ballina Byron to Melbourne for $69. Or Brisbane to the Whitsundays for only $49 — which is a particularly good deal when you also consider that the Whitsundays themselves are offering half price on accommodation and activities.


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Flight dates are between June and July this year, which I know may feel a little nerve-wracking with uncertainties around lockdown restrictions. In good news, Jetstar now have a Fly Flexible policy that allows one fee-free date change on all new domestic flight bookings for travel until 31 October 2020.

They’ve also introduced new health and safety measures to ensure their planes stay up to COVID-19 levels of clean. This includes providing passengers with a mask and sanitising wipes, enhanced cleaning measures and changes to inflight catering so there’s less chance of contact.

You have until 8pm today, June 12, to head over to their website and take advantage of some truly outrageously cheap deals.


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If you’re in need of some travel inspo after all that time inside, we have you covered. For starters, did you know that South Australia has announced it’ll reopen its borders for interstate travel as of July 20?

There are also some epic trips around New South Wales that you almost definitely haven’t done yet, but should. Not to mention the Sydney Harbour Bridgeclimb is offering their iconic experience at a hugely discounted price.

Not to mention all the restaurants and cafes opening back up in Melbourne, and these ridiculously adorable Airbnb stays around the country for under $100.

You see what I’m saying, there’s a lot to do. Happy adventuring.

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