Catch $499 return flights to the Cook Islands with Air New Zealand

Posted: 8 July 2019 4:06 pm

Rarotonga beach.

How does the sound of a 5-night holiday package for $1,034 return sound?

Pretty good, right? That's what you'll get when you snatch up this flights-and-nights deal courtesy of Flight Centre.

It features $499 return flights on the esteemed Air New Zealand from Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. The catch? You have to book at least four nights of accommodation with your flight.

If you're thinking, that's going to drastically increase your holiday spend, think again because Flight Centre also has hotel deals from $535 for 5 nights.

That's a 5-night holiday for the low, low price of $1,034 per person – or $206.80 per night.

Travel is available from 11 October - 6 December 2019.

Want in? Booking are being taken now through Flight Centre – but be quick as this sale ends 17 July unless sold out earlier.

How good are these Air New Zealand fares?

  • Price: Great. $499 return fares to Rarotonga are as cheap as they get with Air New Zealand.
  • Airline: Great. Air New Zealand is one of the best in the biz. Earlier this year, it was awarded the silver medal for the Best Airline in Australia/Pacific at the Skytrax Airline Awards.
  • Frequent Flyer Points: Great. Your flight can earn you Air New Zealand Airpoints.
  • Travel time: Great. Flights are non-stop.
  • Weather: OK. There's a mix of wet and dry months available in this sale. We recommend hitting up the beaches of the Cook Islands from October to mid-November to avoid the rains that tend to hit between late November and March.

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