$15 seats in Tigerair’s Christmas in July sale

Angus Kidman 27 July 2016 NEWS

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If you're after a cheap holiday in February 2017, you're in luck.

Sorry, this sale is no longer running. Check our list of current flight sales to find a bargain!

Tigerair is launching a "Christmas in July" seat sale today, with a handful of $15 seats on popular routes, but you'll need to be quick. 15,000 seats are on sale in total across all the airline's routes.

The latest Tigerair sale comes just one day after a similar Jetstar sale. Throughout this year, the two low-cost carriers have been launching sales in close proximity. We've seen several rounds featuring $35 fares from both carriers, but $15 seats are the cheapest we've noticed in quite a while. Routes offering that price include Adelaide-Melbourne, Sydney-Gold Coast, Sydney-Coffs Harbour and Melbourne-Coffs Harbour.

As ever, the sale prices are for a single seat with no checked baggage. Tigerair can be ruthless about checking the weight and size of your hand luggage, so pack carefully if you choose that option. (We've compared Tigerair's fees with all other airlines.)

You'll also have a to pay a booking fee if you use anything other than a debit MasterCard; the fees are cheaper if you use PayPal.

The sale commences at 12pm AEST today and continues until midday Saturday. The routes covered and the number of seats are listed below. Almost all are for travel between 1 February 2017 and 29 March 2017 (except flights to or from Cairns, where sale prices kick off from 7 February 2017, and Sydney/Coffs Harbour flights, where sale fares start from 3 February 2017).

Route (both ways) Dates Fares from Seats available Book
Adelaide-Melbourne 1 February 2017 and 29 March 2017 $15 600 Search for a flight now
Melbourne-Coffs Harbour 1 February 2017 and 29 March 2017 $15 400 Search for a flight now
Sydney-Coffs Harbour 7 February 2017 and 29 March 2017 $15 300 Search for a flight now
Gold Coast-Sydney 1 February 2017 and 29 March 2017 $15 800 Search for a flight now
Adelaide- Sydney 1 February 2017 and 29 March 2017 $35 600 Search for a flight now
Brisbane-Cairns 7 February 2017 and 29 March 2017 $35 400 Search for a flight now
Brisbane-Sydney 1 February 2017 and 29 March 2017 $35 1600 Search for a flight now
Sydney-Melbourne 1 February 2017 and 29 March 2017 $35 3000 Search for a flight now
Hobart-Melbourne 1 February 2017 and 29 March 2017 $35 400 Search for a flight now
Brisbane-Adelaide 1 February 2017 and 29 March 2017 $55 400 Search for a flight now
Brisbane-Melbourne 1 February 2017 and 29 March 2017 $55 2000 Search for a flight now
Cairns-Sydney 7 February 2017 and 29 March 2017 $55 600 Search for a flight now
Melbourne-Gold Coast 1 February 2017 and 29 March 2017 $55 1000 Search for a flight now
Whitsunday Coast-Sydney 1 February 2017 and 29 March 2017 $55 400 Search for a flight now
Melbourne-Cairns 7 February 2017 and 29 March 2017 $85 800 Search for a flight now
Darwin-Brisbane 1 February 2017 and 29 March 2017 $85 600 Search for a flight now
Melbourne-Perth 1 February 2017 and 29 March 2017 $85 800 Search for a flight now
Sydney-Perth 1 February 2017 and 29 March 2017 $85 400 Search for a flight now
Perth-Denpasar 1 February 2017 and 29 March 2017 $85 600 Search for a flight now
Adelaide-Denpasar 1 February 2017 and 29 March 2017 $115 400 Search for a flight now
Melbourne-Denpasar 1 February 2017 and 29 March 2017 $115 400 Search for a flight now

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