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25% off Christmas Day flights on Virgin Australia

Posted: 22 December 2017 10:35 am


Who says Christmas flights have to be expensive?

Flights over the Christmas period are notoriously expensive, but one way to get around this is to book a flight on Christmas Day.

As it's the festive day, it's less favoured among travellers. But if you're not particular about spending a few hours on a plane that day, Virgin Australia is helping you re-unite with friends and family on the cheap with its Christmas Day sale.

For today only, the Australian airline is offering 25% off domestic flights taking off on Christmas Day.

That's 25% off all flights to visit the family in another state or to sneakily buy a ticket/Christmas present for a loved one to pay you a visit.

How good are these fares?

We did a search and with the discount applied, you can travel from Sydney to Melbourne on Christmas Day for $124.36 and get in by 10:30am to spend most of the day with the family. Or you can travel from Brisbane to Sydney from $123.33 on multiple flights throughout the day.

Overdue for a family or friend reunion? See where Virgin Australia can take you for 25% off on Christmas Day here.

This sale is available until midnight 22 December only.

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