New Zealand flights from $312 each way
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Black Friday through to Cyber Monday is often the weekend to nab cheap flights on Air New Zealand and that's no exception in 2021. The airline is offering 10% off return fares to the USA and Canada with the promo code listed below. It's valid for travel from 1 April until 13 November 2022, which is prime time to visit north America for warmer weather.
It's also discounted premium economy and business fares to as low as $2,946 return.
How do I get the best Air New Zealand deal this Black Friday?
- Get in early. Air New Zealand's Black Friday sale has a special 24-hour only 10% off USA flights code. Miss it and you'll be paying at least $89 more for your flight. It's always good to get in early before someone else swoops in and takes the best deals out of your hands.
- Be flexible. Sadly the cheapest deals are often on the most undesirable days. For example travelling midweek as opposed to that coveted Friday night slot for a weekend getaway.
- Use Air New Zealand's tools. When booking your flights, the Kiwi airline's website outlines flight prices in a calendar, which lets you see fares for various dates. Use these to help scout out the cheapest flight around the dates you're looking to travel on.
How does this year's Air New Zealand 2021 Black Friday sale compare to last year's?
Air New Zealand hasn't yet announced what its 2021 sale will entail. That said, each and every year Air New Zealand surprises us. In previous years, we've seen deals like:
- Flights to New Zealand for $189 each way
- 30% off business class fares
- Fares to Hawaii and the USA from $629
How does the Black Friday sale compare to other Air New Zealand sales, including Boxing Day?
Flights to New Zealand on its national carrier have been getting cheaper and cheaper, falling to as low as $168 at the best of times. If you're debating whether this year's sales have hit the mark, we find fares for less than $200 return are generally a good price benchmark on New Zealand flights.
Air New Zealand often participates in other big sales events like Click Frenzy and Boxing Day. The last Click Frenzy boasted New Zealand flights from $179 each way as well as flights to the USA from $899 and to South America from $999 return.
We've also seen Boxing Day sale flights to Hawaii knocked back to $598 return.
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