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Boxing Day Flight Sales 2017

These are the flight deals you've been waiting for all year.

One of the biggest days to bag a bargain, Boxing Day's steadily growing as a day to nab a great travel deal.

We've seen deals from airlines like Jetstar, Tiger Airways and Cathay Pacific on the big day. To properly reap the rewards the trick is to get in quick.

We'll update this page with as many online flight deals that we can find, so stay tuned to save big.

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Can't wait until Boxing Day? These flight deals are available now:

Store Discount Expiration Description Last verified Redeem
New York City flights from $925 return

Deal expires

Valid select dates in May and June. Sample fare is from Melbourne.

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New York City flights from $924 return

Deal expires

Valid for travel from March - May 2018 with Air Canada. Includes in-flight meals and checked baggage. Sample fare is from Melbourne.

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Amsterdam flights from $740 return

Deal expires

Valid for travel on select dates. Sample fare is Perth-Amsterdam.

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Wonder what to expect? Here are some of the deals we saw in 2016.

ProviderDeal
Virgin AustraliaUp to 40% off flights
STA TravelItaly flights from $895 return
QantasChina for $387 return with Qantas for CNY
BYO Jet$10 off all domestic flight bookings
Flight CentreEurope flights from $995 return
JetstarDomestic flights from $25 and international flights from $99

Popular Boxing Day flight sales destinations:

  • Vancouver
  • UK
  • Bali
  • Melbourne
  • Bangkok
  • Fiji
  • Honolulu
  • Los Angeles
  • Ho Chi Minh City
  • Johannesburg
  • London
  • Singapore
  • Tokyo
  • Paris
  • New York
  • Manila

Top tips to find the cheapest flights on Boxing Day

What all travellers share in common is the desire to feel comfortable and looked after and know you haven’t paid too much for it. Taking advantage of the flight sales during Boxing Day can you make you feel like you’ve received more value for money, so here are some tips to help you get the flight you want. Be flexible with your dates - Sometimes the further out you are from the date you’re planning to leave, the cheaper the flight may be. Compare deals and holidays to make sure you’re getting the best deal. Using sites like the ones mentioned above this page can help you see what the airlines are offering and allows you to see how much of a discount you’re really getting. Know when the sales start and finish. We all know that sales work on a ‘first come first service’ basis, so make sure you’re on your computer when the sale starts so you can get the best offers. Cut back on bags where you can. This is particularly important if you’re flying on a budget carrier, as luggage is one of the biggest problems that they have. Most budget carriers charge an extra fee if you want to check in your bags.

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Alex Keshen

Alex takes care of the travel section here at finder.com.au. If there's a new sale on tours or cruises, discounted flights or hotels, or anything else that can be on offer, she'll fill you in.

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    sabitaDecember 26, 2013

    Can I know the price of ticket for nepal

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      MarcJanuary 3, 2014Staff

      Hello Sabita,
      thanks for the question.

      This will depend on the airline you seek to travel on. It may be a good idea to check with the various airlines websites or on comparison sites such as Skyscanner or Webjet.

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