Virgin Australia celebrates leap day with over 200,000 sale fares

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    Virgin Australia is celebrating with its Leap Year sale featuring more than 200,000 fares across its domestic and international network to destinations like Gold Coast, Hamilton Island, Bali and Fiji.

    Virgin is encouraging travellers to ‘take the leap’ and book the incredible sale fares here until midnight AEST tonight (unless sold out prior) for travel dates between 1 April 2024 and 30 June 2024.

    Domestic Sale fare highlights in both directions (one-way Economy Lite fares)

    • Ballina (Byron Bay) – Sydney from $35
    • Melbourne – Launceston from $39
    • Sydney – Sunshine Coast from $55
    • Sydney – Gold Coast from $59
    • Sydney – Melbourne from $65
    • Melbourne – Gold Coast from $69
    • Brisbane – Cairns from $75
    • Adelaide – Gold Coast from $85
    • Brisbane – Uluru from $89
    • Sydney – Cairns from $89
    • Melbourne – Uluru from $89
    • Brisbane – Hobart from $99
    • Melbourne – Hamilton Island from $99

    International Sale fare highlights (return Economy Lite fares)

    • Adelaide – Denpasar (Bali) from $385 return
    • Melbourne – Denpasar (Bali) from $439 return
    • Sydney – Denpasar (Bali) from $459 return
    • Sydney – Nadi (Fiji) from $469 return
    • Sydney – Queenstown from $405 return
    • Brisbane – Nadi (Fiji) from $479 return
    • Brisbane – Port Villa (Vanuatu) from $489 return
    • Brisbane – Queenstown from $455 return
    • Melbourne – Nadi (Fiji) from $539 return
    • Brisbane – Apia (Samoa) from $555 return
    • Perth – Cairns from $129

    Virgin Australia sale fares include Velocity Frequent Flyer Points and Status Credits with eligible bookings, helping travellers to climb the Status ranks or build that Points balance faster.

    With sale fares too good to miss, Virgin Australia has made booking flights easier for travellers with Apple Pay now available on Virgin Australia is the first Australian-airline to offer Apple Pay making Aussie’s next holiday only a double tap away.

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