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Flight Centre deals and promo codes for April 2020

Book cheap flights and bargain holidays with the latest Flight Centre deals and promo codes listed below.

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warningUpdate: Many travel operators have temporarily suspended travel due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. While we're updating our deals and pages to reflect the changes, we recommend checking with both the company directly and Smartraveller for the most up-to-date information.

We don't currently have any Flight Centre deals and promo codes available. Here are other travel deals:

Adrenaline Adrenaline

Up to 58% off last-minute things to do across Australia

Available on select dates until December 2020 for activities like aerobatic caving, hot air balloon, jet boat ride, sunset abseil, kayaking, rally driving and more.

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Agoda Agoda

Up to 82% off Melbourne hotels

Available on select dates until December 2020. T&Cs apply.

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Wotif Wotif

Up to 75% off Australia-wide stays + Extra 8% with code

Available on select dates, with bonus 8% discount available on select properties. Destinations include Sydney, Gold Coast, Brisbane, Adelaide, Cairns, Byron Bay, Perth and more. T&Cs apply.

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Hotels.com Hotels.com

Extra 8% off on hotel bookings

Save on hotel stays before 31 December 2020 in Australia, New Zealand, Bali, Fiji, Thailand, Singapore, USA and more. Available at select hotels.

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Expedia.com.au Expedia.com.au

Extra 11% off hotels

Available on select travel dates until 30 September 2020 for Westpac customers. Minimum spend of $200 required. Destinations include Sydney, Melbourne, Gold Coast, Perth, Adelaide and more. T&Cs apply.

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Flight Centre's coronavirus (COVID-19) cancellation and changes policy update

Each of Flight Centre's partners have their own policies surrounding refunds, cancellations and changes to bookings in response to COVID-19. You can find more information via Flight Centre's update supplier list, contact your travel agent directly or call 1300 733 867 for advice and information about changing your booking.


Best Flight Centre deals to look out for

Flight Centre always has an airfare bargain, and here's some of the regular sales we think you should keep an eye out for and some of the best deals we've seen recently:

  • Flight Club: Varying deals on flights around the world, including within Australia and to Asia, Europe and more. This offer is available every Friday afternoon.
  • Budget airline sales: Sales from AirAsia, Scoot, Jetstar and Tiger that offer big bargains (we're walking about $300 return flights to Japan and $29 flights within Australia). This offer isn't a regularly scheduled sale, but does come up every few weeks with different offers.
  • Free return flights to Japan: Flight Centre often picks up Jetstar's infamous flight sale that gives you a free return flight when you book an outgoing ticket to Japan. Why book direct through Flight Centre? They'll price-match and beat another price by at least $1.

How do I get the best Flight Centre deals?

Flight Centre doesn’t use promo codes at the moment, but there are still plenty of deals to be had.

A great place to start looking is by clicking the “Deals” tab at the top of the Flight Centre homepage. This is where all the latest promotions and the week’s best deals will be listed.

For a longer list of deals, you can visit the deals page.

Flight Centre Review | Pros and Cons

Pros

  • Trusted brand: Flight Centre has been an Australian staple in the travel industry for more than 30 years.
  • 24/7 phone support: You can contact a Flight Centre representative at any time of the day.
  • Live chat: There’s is live online chat support during the day.

Cons

    • No rewards club: There’s no loyalty program or rewards offered for returning to Flight Centre for future bookings.
    • No more price guarantee. Flight Centre has stopped their low-price guarantee where they would beat any airfare by $1.

Does Flight Centre price match?

Not anymore. Flight Centre used to offer a price-match guarantee, but unfortunately it's no longer offered.

Does Flight Centre do payment plans?

Yes, Flight Centre offers the option to book now and pay later.

You can book interest free on holidays $999 or more for credit-approved applicants for a $99 annual fee.

Does Flight Centre charge booking fees?

Online bookings are subject to a booking fee of $9.95 for domestic flights and up to $21.95 for international flights per booking, per person.

If you find a deal online, you can call in or go into a store to book without the fee.

Does Flight Centre have Afterpay?

Not yet. Flight Centre offers its own lay-by program, as outlined above. However it's only available for holidays.

We keep a close eye on which travel companies offer Afterpay and update our Afterpay travel pages as soon as a new one joins the party.

What forms of payment does Flight Centre accept?

  • Visa
  • MasterCard
  • American Express
  • Diners Club
  • PayPal
  • Poli
  • Visa Checkout
  • MasterPass

What is the Flight Centre cancellation policy?

Cancellation policies differ depending on what you’re booking. Often, the policies will be set directly by the airline, hotel, cruise line or other travel provider that you’re booking the service with. It’s best to confirm the cancellation policy when you’re completing your booking. If you’re unsure, contact a Flight Centre representative.

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