Catch flights and match tickets to the Hong Kong Rugby Sevens from just $1,377

Posted: 21 February 2018 11:27 am

Fly direct from Australia to the heart of the action AKA Hong Kong with Cathay Pacific.

Fans of the game will know that the Hong Kong Rugby Sevens kicks off 6-8 April 2018 and if you haven't scored your ticket to catch the action up-close and live, there's still time.

To get you there quicker, easier and on-budget, Cathay Pacific has whipped up some hot little holiday packages starting from just $1,377 per person.

They all include full-service return fares from Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane, Adelaide or Cairns to Hong Kong as well as a 3-day match ticket so you won't miss a beat.

You have two packages to choose from:

  1. Package 1: This includes return airfare and 3-day match ticket and starts from $1,377 when departing from Melbourne. Perth packages are available from $1,500.
  2. Package 2: This includes return airfare, 3-day match ticket and hotel accommodation for the length of your stay. Fares start from $2,978 when departing from Melbourne and staying at the L'hotel Nina et Convention Centre.

Flights and hotels are subject to availability and travel is only available between 30 March and 8 April 2018. For those of you who like to travel in style – or treat yourself – economy, premium economy or business class seats are all available.

To book: Visit Cathay Pacific to build your package and be on your way.

This offer ends 20 March 2018, unless sold out prior.

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