EOFY flight sales for 2021

Score cheap seats to your next holiday destination with these end of financial year sales.

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The end of June means two things: extra cash from your tax return due (arriving any minute now) and super cheap deals on virtually everything, including flights.

We've sussed out the cream of the crop of flight sales this year so you can bag that bargain break and start the next financial year off with a bang.

Can't wait until EOFY? Get these flight deals now

Kayak Kayak

Domestic flights from $54 each way

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Kayak Kayak

Rex Airlines sale: Flights between Sydney and Melbourne from $39

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Flight Centre - Domestic Flight Centre - Domestic

Up to 50% off flights within Australia

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Virgin Australia Virgin Australia

Up to 50% off domestic flights

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Skyscanner Skyscanner

Up to 50% off: Qantas flights from $70 each way

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Skyscanner Skyscanner

Up to 50% off: Flights with Jetstar from $32 each way

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Virgin Australia Virgin Australia

Australia flights from $59 each way

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Cheapair Cheapair
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Get $10 off USA flights with code

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Which airlines offer EOFY sales?

Tips to find the best EOFY flight deals

So you're looking for a hot offer or two? Here are a few pointers to keep in mind come the end of the financial year.

  • Research. To know if you're scoring a money saver, it's good to know what's been on offer previously. Keep a close watch on what the airlines are taking off with leading up to EOFY via our flight sales page or sign up to our newsletter below.
  • Check out the competition. Chances are that there's probably another airline with discounted fares to your preferred destination. Taking a quick look at what the other carriers have on offer could save you a decent chunk off your return fare.
  • Full-service versus budget seats. To save a few extra dollars come EOFY, consider flying with a low-cost airline. You may not get the added benefit of checked baggage, in-flight meals and entertainment, but you can spend those savings better elsewhere.

International fares and COVID-19: What to consider before booking

Australians are currently unable to fly internationally as a result of the global travel ban, with the exception of New Zealand. If you are booking international flights, be sure to keep the following in mind:

  • Book directly with the airline. To ensure peace of mind when flying, avoid booking through third-party sites. In the case that you need to cancel, your fares are valid under the site's policy and not the airline's.
  • Stay up to date with the flexibility policies. If you are looking at a particular destination, be sure to check the policies of all your airline options. Don't miss a thing with our breakdown of all the carriers offering flexible fares.


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