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Webjet Is Slinging 20 Percent Off Domestic Holiday Packages For Three Days Only

You know what’s great? Not being in lockdown so you can go on a cheeky little vacay. You know what’s even better? When you can get that holiday for 20 percent off. Which you can, if you head to Webjet.

“We know Australians are itching to get back out there and start to travel again,” Webjet OTA CEO David Galt said in a statement. “Our data shows flight searches to Australian destinations are up 68 percent, and we anticipate this upwards spike to grow stronger as state borders begin to open”.

 

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If I’m honest, about 40 percent of that spike is probably from me alone, I don’t do well stuck inside. Regardless, the sale is on now until Thursday 25 June.

You can nab 20 percent off Webjet’s domestic travel packages, which yes include both flights and accommodation including chain hotels, for travel between July 15 and October 31. Yep, that totally gives you the September school holidays if you have to wait for the kiddos.

Just use the code HOLIDAY20 at checkout to take advantage of the sweet deals.

 

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“This sale is one of the biggest Webjet has launched in recent years and it even includes travel during the September school holidays. Travellers can also Mix & Match airlines for even greater savings and convenience,” continued Galt.

Sure, we may have to keep the travel domestic at the moment whether we want to or not, but why wouldn’t you want to?

“So many communities around Australia have been hit hard by the bushfires and then the travel restrictions, and one of the best ways to support this recovery effort is visit, eat and stay local,” said Galt.

 

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Plus, do you even realise how epic Australia is? Whether you’re hiking the natural wonders of Tassie, ticking Western Australia’s best adventures off your bucket list, realising what you’ve been missing in South Australia all this time, chilling on a surprisingly affordable private island in Queensland – you get it, there’s so much to see and so little time.

Head over to their website now and get planning, in my opinion.

(Lead Image: Unsplash / Nick Dunn)