Virgin’s got flights going for pennies with whopping Black Friday sale

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To celebrate Black Friday, Virgin Australia has dropped more than half a million sale fares across its entire network to international destinations like Tokyo, Bali, Fiji and Queenstown, and domestic hotspots like Melbourne, Gold Coast, Hamilton Island, Sydney and Cairns.

Travellers can nab the fares for travel between 10 January 2024 and 20 June 2024 until midnight AEST Tuesday 28 November 2023 (unless sold out prior).

Velocity Frequent Flyer has released discounted gift cards ahead of Christmas, dropped bonus Point offers on the Velocity e-Store and more.

One-way domestic sale fare highlights in both directions (Economy Lite)

  • 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
  • Melbourne <> Canberra from $109
  • Sydney <> Brisbane from $109
  • Canberra <> Gold Coast from $109
  • Melbourne <> Gold Coast from $115
  • Brisbane <> Hobart from $125
  • Sydney <> Adelaide from $129
  • Melbourne <> Hamilton Island from $139
  • Melbourne <> Cairns from $145
  • Melbourne <> Perth from $215
  • Perth <> Darwin from $219

Return international sale fare highlights (Economy Lite)

  • Sydney > Queenstown from $435 return
  • Gold Coast > Denpasar (Bali) from $449 return
  • Adelaide > Denpasar (Bali) from $449 return
  • Brisbane > Nadi (Fiji) from $509 return
  • Brisbane > Queenstown from $509 return
  • Brisbane > Vanuatu from $569 return
  • Melbourne > Nadi (Fiji) from $579 return
  • Brisbane > Denpasar (Bali) from $599 return
  • Brisbane > Samoa from $609 return
  • Melbourne > Denpasar (Bali) from $629 return
  • Sydney > Denpasar (Bali) from $629 return
  • Cairns > Tokyo from $679 return

Find more Black Friday deals HERE.

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