CheapOair Black Friday deals in 2021

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CheapOair can help you find cheap fares with major airlines around the world. But you may save much more than usual during the Black Friday sale. This year, you can get up to $30 off flights for destinations including Australia, New Zealand, USA, Canada and more.

CheapOair Black Friday deals

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Up to USD$30 off flight fees

Available on select travel dates when you use the code. Destinations include Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and more. T&Cs apply.

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What to expect: Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals

In previous years, CheapOair has taken $40 off its fees – which are normally between $35 and $40 for flights.

While saving on fees is helpful, we'd recommend checking for Black Friday sales with each airline directly because you may be able to find better seasonal deals elsewhere.

Right now, if you sign up to the CheapOair newsletter you can score up to $25 off flight booking fees. This is split across five travellers ($5 each) and is valid until 30 November 2020.


When can I start shopping?

Right now. Typically, deals run over those four days though it's always best to get in early to catch the best flight deals.

See all Black Friday flight deals

Flying during the COVID-19 pandemic

While the pandemic has dampened travel across the globe, airlines have heightened hygiene and safety measures – like using HEPA filters and requiring masks – to help slow the spread of COVID-19. Many airlines, including Qantas, Virgin Australia and Jetstar, are offering flexible change and cancellation policies for extra peace of mind when booking.

To keep you and others around you safe, do not travel if you feel sick or have come into contact with someone who has COVID-19 within the past 14 days.

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