Click Frenzy Travel 2019: The most epic travel deals you can scoop up right now
Get up to 99% off your next break during Australia's biggest online travel sale event.
Yes wanderlusters, the annual Click FrenzyTM travel sale has returned, and in true frenzy form, it's brought with it a slew of bargains so low you'll have to rub your eyes to make sure you're not seeing things.
It all kicked off at 7pm today (20 August) and is running a little longer this year, finishing up at midnight 21 August 2019 (as opposed to the usual 7pm deadline). That gives you a total of 29 hours to snatch up every single sale fare, discounted experience and cheap stay that you can.
All up there are 600+ deals to cash in on across all aspects of travel, from flights and hotels to experiences and travel insurance. Some of the biggest names of the bunch to get you excited are Virgin Australia, Skiddoo, Expedia, G Adventures, Trip.com, Trafalgar and TFE Hotels.
There's a lot to get through and time is of the essence, so we've pulled together the more epic deals of the lot so you can get to your holiday that much faster. Here we go:
Virgin Australia: Flights from $69 each way
We don't need to tell you twice that this is incredibly cheap for a full-service airline.
With fares starting from $69 each way, we can almost guarantee that these seats will be flying off the shelves as we speak.
Get on it or prepare to miss out.
TourRadar: Up to 75% off tours
Before you book direct with a tour company, give TourRadar a look to see if it can do one better.
With select tours up to 75% off with companies like Intrepid, Contiki and Topdeck, chances are it very well might.
Expedia: Up to 50% off hotels
Booked your flight but not yet sorted out the other stuff? Your procrastination has paid off because Expedia is giving you up to half off stays in select locations.
It's like you knew this was going to happen, right?
Well, go on. Splurge. At 50% off you can afford to upgrade your 2-star hotel to a 4-star one.
Budget Direct: Up to 20% off travel insurance policies
Make sure that trip you book on sale is fully covered if things don't go according to plan.
Budget Direct is offering 20% off any travel insurance policy - whether you're sticking close to home on a domestic trip, taking the overseas holiday of a lifetime or have really stocked up during the Click Frenzy event and need an annual plan for all those budget escapes.
Trafalgar: Up to 15% off USA and Canada tours
Been suffering from FOMO seeing all your mates' photos of the US pop up on your feed over summer? We hear ya.
Now it's your turn, thanks to Trafalgar's sale, which sees some of its best selling North American tours on sale at up to 15% off.
Time to party in the USA.
TFE hotels: Up to 25% off rooms
Stay a night – or a few – in an acclaimed TFE hotel across Australia and New Zealand at a fraction of the RRP.
Chains under the TFE brand included in the sale are Adina, Vibe, Travelodge, Rendezvous and TFE Hotels Collection (excluding The Calile Hotel).
This deal covers fully flexible rates.
Klook: 15% off experiences
Experiences and ticket admissions can be a killer on the holiday wallet – but not when Klook is involved. This experience booking site has some of the best deals across the web – not least because of the Click FrenzyTM travel sale.
Expect up to 15% off major theme parks such as Universal Studios and so many more.
Click FrenzyTM: 99% off Flight Centre gift cards and Beats headphones
Hold the phone... what?
Again, your eyes aren't deceiving you. As part of Click FrenzyTM's collection of showstopping deals, you can get a super limited number of items at 99% off.
We're talking $500 Flight Centre gift cards for just $5, and $250 Beats headphones for just $2.
Again, these are SUPER LIMITED. You'll also have to partake in an online treasure hunt to uncover these beauties.
You'll find full details on the Click FrenzyTM website. Best of luck!
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