Virgin drops massive black Friday sales across 500,000 fares

Virgin drops massive black Friday sales across 500,000 fares

On the eve of Black Friday, Virgin Australia has launched its Black Friday, Bright Holidays sale extravaganza, with a whopping 500,000 domestic and international fares on sale from as low as $55 one-way.

The sale is live now until midnight Tuesday 29 November 2022, unless sold out prior, with travel available on select dates and destinations from January 2023 until June 2023 across destinations like Queenstown, Bali, Cairns, the Gold Coast and Hamilton Island, to name a few.

Flights aren’t the only bargains on offer, with Velocity Frequent Flyer members able to use their points to pay for part – or all of their purchase – on a range of significantly discounted home goods with Myer, including big savings on the Velocity Points required to purchase an item.

Members can also grab some great deals while maximising their points earnings on the Velocity e-Store, with bonus Points available on eligible items, from now until 15 December 2022.

“We have over half a million Black Friday fares on sale from as low as $55, representing a wonderful opportunity for Australian travellers to lock in a great value fare now, for travel next year,” said Dave Emerson, Virgin Australia’s group chief commercial officer.

“This is one of the busiest periods for air travel in our history, and with demand so high until the end of the year, we are encouraging customers to plan ahead in 2023, to get the best value when booking a flight.

“We expect the sale fares to sell fast, so we are recommending customers to get in quickly.”

Examples of sales fares include:

Domestic:

Sydney – Byron Bay from $55
Melbourne – Launceston from $69
Sydney – Sunshine Coast from $75
Melbourne – Newcastle from $75
Brisbane – Whitsunday Coast from $79
Hobart – Melbourne from $79
Brisbane – Sydney from $85
Brisbane – Cairns from $89
Adelaide – Melbourne from $89
Sydney – Gold Coast from $89
Melbourne – Sydney from $95
Melbourne – Gold Coast from $99
Canberra – Melbourne from $99
Brisbane – Mackay from $109
Sydney – Hamilton Island from $135
Sydney – Darwin from $149
Melbourne – Darwin from $209

International

Melbourne – Queenstown from $299
Sydney – Queenstown from $319
Brisbane – Queenstown from $329
Gold Coast – Bali from $429
Melbourne – Vanuatu from $539

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