If you love a budget holiday, jump on Jetstar’s latest sale, which is offering flights for as little as $41.
For just $82, you could fly from Sydney to Byron Bay (Ballina), return.
You’ll be waiting a while for your holiday though, according to comparison website Finder, with these bargain prices reserved for early next year.
You could also score yourself a $44 flight (one-way) on the Melbourne-Sydney route on select dates between January and May 2023, although note you’ll be flying into Avalon at that price.
Launceston-Melbourne flights are also on sale around that time, starting at $44, as are Gold Coast-Sydney flights, which are starting at $50.
Other budget fares on offer include:
Melbourne-Gold Coast for $55 each way
Sydney-Launceston from $56 each way
Brisbane-Whitsundays from $60 each way
Gold Coast-Canberra from $65 each way
Melbourne-Uluru from $99 each way
The discounted flights are available on dates between between November 2022 and May 2023.
Keeping your flight costs down
Most of us are dying to travel after two years of lockdowns, but the rising cost of living is threatening to nix our more lavish holiday plans.
People have been Googling the phrase “cheap summer holiday”, with the search term rising by almost 167 per cent in the past month, according to Forbes Adviser.
The price of flights themselves have generally been surging, with data from travel search engine KAYAK finding the average return economy domestic flight in July increased by 24 per cent from May.
Forbes Adviser offered a couple of tips to keep your travel costs down:
1. Pay attention to reviews
Reviews can provide useful tips on major attractions,