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Flight Centre Boxing Day flight sales 2020

Lock in a cheap flight to Hawaii or the Maldives or a bargain Bali package - and more - in this year's sales.


Flight Centre has a TON of deals this Boxing Day, including discounted flights to Hawaii and the Maldives (hello, bucket list holiday!) and cheap-as-chips Bali holidays starting from an incredible $389 for a weeklong stay. We're adding our top picks below, or you can head directly to Flight Centre's website to see all the offers.

Flight Centre's 2019 Boxing Day deals:

How do these deals compare to Flight Centre Boxing Day deals have we seen in the past?

We think these deals are pretty hot in comparison. In previous years, we have seen sale fares for flights to Los Angeles from $949 return, while this year they're available from $917 return. Previously, we've seen flights to Bangkok from $390 with AirAsia. While Bangkok fares are, unfortunately, more expensive, this year does have Bali flights from $241 return.

Why we look forward to Flight Centre's Boxing Day sale

  • Flight Centre has been a trusted and reliable staple in the travel industry for more than 30 years
  • Flight Centre has 24/7 phone support so you can get in contact with someone at all times
  • You can book now and pay later

Looking for more Boxing Day sales?

The sales don't end with Flight Centre! Check out our other Boxing Day sales to get the best flight, accommodation, car hire, tours and activities deals.

See all of our Boxing Day deals

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