Virgin Australia drops its first sale of the year with fares you just can’t miss!

Virgin Australia drops its first sale of the year with fares you just can’t miss!
Edited by Travel Weekly

    Virgin Australia is helping cure the post-festive season blues with 500,000 fares on sale to destinations like Bali, Tokyo and Cairns from as low as $49!

    Virgin Australia has launched its first sale of the year with 500,000 fares on offer from $49, inspiring Australians to trade work meetings for holidays with bargain fares to destinations such as Bali, Tokyo, Cairns, Hamilton Island and Uluru. 

    Fares for the sale which runs for seven days only can be booked here now until midnight AEST next Monday 22 January 2024 (unless sold out prior), for select travel dates and destinations between 29 January 2024 and 30 November 2024. 

    Domestic sale fare highlights (one-way Economy Lite fares)

    • Sydney – Ballina (Byron Bay) from $49
    • Melbourne – Launceston from $59
    • Sydney – Sunshine Coast from $69
    • Sydney – Gold Coast from $79
    • Sydney – Hobart from $85
    • Melbourne – Adelaide from $99
    • Brisbane – Cairns from $105
    • Canberra – Gold Coast from $105
    • Sydney – Brisbane from $109
    • Melbourne – Canberra from $109
    • Melbourne – Gold Coast from $109
    • Sydney – Hamilton Island from $119
    • Brisbane – Hobart from $125
    • Sydney – Adelaide from $129
    • Sydney – Cairns from $135
    • Brisbane – Uluru from $139
    • Melbourne – Hamilton Island from $139
    • Melbourne – Uluru from $139
    • Melbourne – Cairns from $145
    • Brisbane – Darwin from $169
    • Perth – Broome from $189
    • Melbourne – Perth from $215

    International sale fare highlights (return Economy Lite fares)

    • Brisbane – Port Vila (Vanuatu) from $419
    • Sydney – Queenstown from $435
    • Gold Coast – Denpasar (Bali) from $449
    • Adelaide – Denpasar (Bali) from $449
    • Brisbane – Queenstown from $499
    • Brisbane – Nadi (Fiji) from $499
    • Sydney – Denpasar (Bali) from $549
    • Brisbane – Denpasar (Bali) from $549
    • Melbourne – Denpasar (Bali) from $559
    • Brisbane – Apia (Samoa) from $589
    • Melbourne – Nadi (Fiji) from $589
    • Cairns – Haneda (Tokyo) from $679

    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. Velocity is free to join, here.  

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