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Smile, It's A Sale: Virgin Australia Launch 72-Hour 'Click Frenzy'

Get excited about travel! Virgin Australia has launched a 72-hour sale, running until 11:59pm on Thursday 22 April 2021.

Get excited about travel! Virgin Australia has launched a 72-hour sale, running until 11:59pm on Thursday 22 April 2021.

Craving a break? In need of an adventure? Feel like you should go and see your family who lives interstate? Want to hang with some cute happy Quokkas? Good news!

Virgin Australia has today launched a 72-hour Click Frenzy sale on more than 28 domestic routes across Australia.

A Virgin Australia spokesperson said, “We’re all about delivering travel experiences guests love and are pleased to be able to support the recovery of domestic tourism through our Click Frenzy sale.”

“With more than 28 destinations on sale for the next 72 hours, there has never been a better time to get out and explore our incredible country.”

Virgin Australia spokesperson

The deets

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Bag yourself economy sale fares starting from as low as $79 one way* between Melbourne-Adelaide.

Other Click Frenzy sale fares include:

• Sydney – Gold Coast from $85* one-way
• Melbourne – Adelaide from $79* one-way
• Sydney – Adelaide from $99* one-way
• Melbourne – Brisbane from $119* one-way
• Brisbane – Perth from $199* one-way

The Click Frenzy sale will run from 12.01am on Tuesday 20 April 2021 until 11.59pm on 22 April 2021.

The sale comes just after Virgin Australia’s latest recovery effort announcement, which includes the reintroduction of 10 additional Boeing 737-800 aircraft, staff being stood up as well as hired and the planned return of more than 80 per cent of the airline’s pre-pandemic domestic capacity by mid-June.

“We’re hopeful that domestic border closures will soon be a thing of the past and are continuing to see positive signs of consumer recovery. As an example of this, we’ve had multiple record-breaking sales days of half-priced fares, with more than 75 per cent of the tickets being booked for travel from May onwards.”

Jayne Hrdlicka, Virgin Australia Group CEO

Click here for more information. *Conditions apply.