Cheapflights Boxing Day deals for Australians in 2021

Save on flights so you can splurge on your holiday with these Boxing Day deals.

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Considered experts in helping you find the Internet's best travel deals, Cheapflights shines on Boxing Day.

Make sure you don't miss out on the biggest savings with our rundown of what's on offer below - including $77 return flights within Australia.

Cheapflights Boxing Day deals for Australians in 2021

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Australia-wide flights from $55 return

Available on flights until December 2021 to Brisbane, Sunshine Coast, Gold Coast, Hobart, Adelaide, Launceston and more. Sample fare is Sydney-Melbourne with Jetstar.

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New Zealand flights from $287 return

Available on flights from June - November 2021 to Christchurch, Dunedin, Wellington and more. Sample fare is Melbourne-Auckland with Jetstar.

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Canberra flights from $119 return

Available on select dates until December 2021 departing from Sydney, Adelaide, Hobart and more. Sample fare departs from Melbourne with Virgin Australia.

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United Kingdom flights from $1,283 return

Available on select travel dates from July - December 2021 to Manchester, Birmingham and more. Sample fare is Sydney-London.

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Fiji flights from $492 return

Available on select travel dates from July - December 2021 departing from Melbourne, Brisbane and more. Sample fare is Sydney-Nadi.

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Asia flights from $368 return

Available on select travel dates until January 2022 to Japan, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines and more. Sample fare is Perth-Bali with AirAsia.

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How do the 2021 Cheapflights Boxing Day deals compare to previous years' deals?

In previous year, most of the deals have been for international flights. As 2020 is the year for domestic travel, most of the offers we're seeing are for domestic flights, including $77 return flights within Australia.

While we are seeing similar international fares in 2020 compared to 2019, it's up in the air whether you'll be able to take advantage of the fares as Australian borders are still closed. If you're willing to take the risk, we'd recommend booking with an airline that offers flexible fares.

If you're wondering what to expect in terms of international fares for future travel, here are some of the top deals we saw in 2019 vs 2020:

  • Los Angeles flights: 2020 from $841 return | 2019 from $849 return
  • Manila flights: 2020 from $570 return | 2019 from $460 return
  • Bangkok flights: 2020 from $589 return | 2019 from $566 return
  • Bali flights: 2020 from 415 return | 2019 from $530 return
  • New Zealand flights: 2020 from $179 each way | 2019 from $141 each way

Why we're looking forward to Cheapflights Boxing Day deals

  • Cheapflights is one of the world's largest flight comparison sites, operating since 1996
  • Search thousands of travel sites and airlines at the same time
  • Find the cheapest times to go on average for each destination

Looking for more Boxing Day deals?

We've also found deals from Expedia, Skyscanner, Flight Centre and more. Check out the full list at our Boxing Day travel deals page.

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