Cheap flights of the week: Domestic, Japan, Greece and more

Andrew Munro 15 September 2017

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$35: Half price Tigerair flights around Australia

Fly Tigerair when you book via Flight Centre.

Flights start from $35 from Sydney-Gold Coast, Hobart-Melbourne, with plenty more options going around Australia for under $50, and under $100.

Checked baggage, meals and entertainment are not included, although this sale does let you take checked baggage in for half price.

Dates: January-June 2018

We love these flights because

  • $35 for a plane ride is cheap by any measure.
  • There's a great balance of sale destinations across Australia.
  • Your half price luggage cuts costs considerably.

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$306: Return flights to Japan and back

Fly AirAsia when you book via Flight Centre.

Fly to Tokyo and Osaka, with return flights going from as little as $306.

Checked baggage, meals and entertainment are not included.

Dates: November and December 2017, March to June 2018.

We love these flights because


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$218: International flight sale from Scoot

Fly Scoot when you book through Flight Centre online.

The starting fares are to Singapore, but main highlight is probably Athens from $718 return, and everything else like Bangkok and Ho Chi Minh City from $318 return, Hong Kong from $418 return and Taipei from $458 return.

Checked baggage, meals and entertainment are not included.

Dates: Until October 2018

We love these flights because

  • No one else can even come close to those Athens prices.
  • It's nothing but great destinations.
  • You can throw a dart at any those deals and you'll come up with a outstanding price.

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