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Jetstar Sale Sees 120,000 Bookings In First 24 Hours

More than 120,000 seats have been sold in the first 24-hours of Jetstar's biggest sale of the year, with Victorians being particularly quick to plan their next holiday.

More than 120,000 seats have been sold in the first 24-hours of Jetstar’s biggest sale of the year, with Victorians being particularly quick to plan their next holiday.

The ‘Return for Free’ sale, launched on Tuesday, sees Jetstar and Tourism Australia partner up for the first time, with the aim to boost domestic tourism and help reunite family and friends after months of being apart.

The sale includes 400,000 return trips available from $65 and has seen a booking rate 25 times faster than a typical day.

“This has been one the biggest responses we’ve seen to a sale and shows there is great pent-up demand for domestic travel.

Gareth Evans, Jetstar Group CEO

The three most popular routes so far are all out of Melbourne to destinations including Gold Coast, Sydney, and Cairns, highlighting significant pent-up travel demand from Victorians.

And we get it VIC. You deserve a holiday.

Other popular routes that have already nearly sold out include Gold Coast to Perth, Ballina to Melbourne, Brisbane to Launceston and Hobart to Gold Coast.

Last chance to book

Jetstar Uluru

The Jetstar Return for Free^ sale runs until 11.59pm AEDT TONIGHT, with travel periods from February through to August 2021.

One-way flights start from $65, with the return flight for free.

Some of the Return for Free^ fares include:

  • Avalon-Sydney from $65^
  • Brisbane-Sydney from $92^
  • Cairns-Darwin from $189^
  • Darwin-Melbourne (Tullamarine) from $205^
  • Hobart-Gold Coast (Coolangatta) from $159^
  • Launceston-Sydney from $89^
  • Melbourne (Tullamarine)-Ayers Rock (Uluru) from $165^
  • Sunshine Coast-Sydney from $96^
  • Sydney-Hamilton Island from $151^

Don’t delay, book today!

“We’re looking forward to welcoming more people back on board.”

Gareth Evans, Jetstar Group CEO

Click here for more information.

READ: Jetstar & Tourism Australia Team Up To Launch Massive Airfare Sale