Nab up to 30% off your next holiday with Expedia’s Black Friday sale

Posted: 23 November 2020 12:46 pm

From city centre stays to beach-side havens, it's time to save on your next hotel.

Expedia isn't just coming through with an early Black Friday offer, but it's also giving you over a week to not miss a thing.

You have up to 30% off selected hotel stays in destinations such as Sydney, the Gold Coast, Adelaide, Hobart and Brisbane right at your fingertips.

Want a taste of what's on offer?

With the brakes pulled on international travel in the immediate future, Expedia is ensuring you can still explore your own backyard at excellent prices.

The travel dates run up until 12 September 2021, giving you plenty of time to get ahead on next year's plans.

Now, if you're quick enough to the punch you may even get ahold of bookings that are further reduced. While Expedia is advertising up to 30% off, we've done some digging to uncover deals reduced to as much as 50% off.

Keep in mind that these have a limited availability so it's first in, best dressed. Make the most of up to 35% off the Boardwalk Burleigh Beach, up to 40% off the Ocean Pacific Broadbeach and up to 50% off the Gallery Hotel Perth.

We recommend getting in quick smart – this sale is only available until 1 December 2020 so head over to Expedia now.

Get all of Expedia's hottest offers in one place with our dedicated Black Friday page.

Black Friday and Cyber Monday are just around the corner. If you want more travel bargains, check out the latest travel deals and flight sales.

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