48-hour New Zealand sale with flights from $313 return

Posted: 12 June 2018 2:46 pm

Hop across the Tasman with this outstanding Air New Zealand sale.

Flights to New Zealand have taken a huge tumble courtesy of Air New Zealand and for a very limited time you can score return flights from $313 from six Aussie cities.

The cheapest fare will get you from Melbourne to Wellington or Christchurch from $313 return.

You can also score flights from Brisbane, Sydney, Perth, Gold Coast and Adelaide. Sample fares include Sydney to Auckland from $336, Brisbane to Wellington from $335, Gold Coast to Christchurch from $316 and Adelaide to Wellington from $490 return.

These are "seat only" fares and include 7kg of carry on, with checked bags, in-flight meals and entertainment costing a tad more.

Travel is for select dates from 23 July to 14 December and 14 January to 31 March 2019. Check out the full routes and dates in our table below.

To book, head to Flight Centre before midnight, 13 June to make sure to secure your seat.

How good are these fares?

As Air New Zealand sales go, these fares are some of the cheapest we've seen. A recent sale saw flights drop to $358 return and they were for much more restricted dates.

While some of the key public holidays are excluded in this sale, you can still take your pick of your favourite season to visit. Seek out flights during July and August for snow sports or December to February for outdoor activities and sightseeing.

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