Cheap Flights Sales Discount Codes October 2017

No prizes will be given out for guessing what Cheap Flights are all about, but if you’re looking for cheap flights discount codes, then they’re well worth checking out.

Since 1996, Cheap Flights has been helping travellers around the world save money on trips and journeys.

They search the internet, including thousands of providers and airlines, to find you the best flights.

Cheap Flights discount codes

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Los Angeles flights from $812 return

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Valid for travel from 7-27 November 2017. Sample fare is from Sydney and Brisbane.

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London flights from $957 return

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Valid for travel until 25 October 2017. Sample fares include Melbourne-London from $957 return and Perth-London from $972 return.

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Paris flights from $922 return

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Valid for travel from 19-26 October 2017. Sample fares include Perth-Paris from $922 return, Melbourne-Paris from $953 return and Sydney-Paris from $966 return.

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Honolulu flights from $476 return

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Valid for travel on February 2018. Sample fare is Sydney-Honolulu.

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Prague flights from $930 return Valid on select dates in March from Perth for $930, from Sydney for $982, from Brisbane for $985, from Melbourne for $1,015 and from Adelaide for $1,035.

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How do I get the best flight price on Cheap Flights?

To find the cheapest flights on Cheap Flights consider your travel dates and times. It is often cheaper to fly midweek than at weekends and in the evenings than it is to fly during the day. You should also look at the price of two one way tickets instead of a joint return.

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Why should I book with Cheap Flights?

Cheap Flights are experts in finding the best travel deals on the internet. They use cutting-edge software and have a worldwide network of experts determined to find the best travel options in any budget.

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  • Dedicated software aimed at finding you the cheapest flights on the internet.
  • Search thousands of travel sites and airlines at the click of a button.


  • Bookings are made through third parties so terms and conditions vary.
  • Flights only, no hotels or other services.

How do I make a Cheap Flights booking?

To book a flight with Cheap Flights, simply head to their website on any link provided on this page. When you’re there you’ll immediately see the booking engine.

Simply input your destination and dates and hit ‘Search flights’ to see what is available.

What forms of payment does Cheap Flights accept?

  • Visa
  • MasterCard
  • American Express
  • Maestro

What is the Cheap Flights cancellation policy?

Cheap Flights will find flights through different booking agents and airlines, and as such the cancellation policy will change depending on your agent or provider. It should be possible to check through full terms and conditions before you book your flight though, and it is always worth looking at the cancelation or change policy.

Alex Keshen

Alex takes care of the travel section here at 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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