Best Black Friday 2019 flights: Australia, Asia, USA

Posted: 29 November 2019 12:57 pm
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The best flight deals available from Black Friday to Cyber Monday.

Black Friday is officially here and if you've been bitten by the travel bug, catching a flight on the cheap has to be number one on your list. Let us tell you there are STACKS of flights up for grabs.

To make your life easier we've culled them down to our favourite few based on their cheap fares, excellent airlines and travel dates.

Ready, set, go!

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$39: Domestic and international flights with Jetstar

Jetstar's weekly Friday Fare Frenzy has been taken over by a Black Friday Weekend Fare Frenzy. The standard deals apply, it's a flash sale with massive savings up its sleeves. We're talking domestic flights form $39 each way and international fares from $115 each way.

Featured fares are: Melbourne to Sydney from $39, Sydney to Ballina Byron from $45, Adelaide to Hobart from $59, Perth to Bali from $115 each way.

  • Sale ends: 11.59pm 2 December 2019.
  • Travel dates: Select dates from January-December 2020.

Book your flights via Skyscanner now

We love these flights because:

  • They're some of the cheapest flights you'll find on Jetstar or any Aussie carrier for that matter.
  • Both domestic and international destinations are on sale.
  • You have an entire year of travel to take advantage of. Book 1 or book 10 trips. We won't judge.

Tourists relaxing on a beach in Bali

$247: Cheap flights to Asia with AirAsia

As a part of its 18th birthday (which coincides with Black Friday) AirAsia is celebrating with cheap flights starting from $247 return to a wide range of destinations across Asia.

Enjoy flights from Perth to Bali from $247, Melbourne to Kuala Lumpur from $316 or Sydney to Phuket from $477 return. Wander the streets of Ho Chi Minh City, Delhi, Bangkok, Singapore and Hong Kong or relax on the beaches in the Maldives.

Your dream holiday awaits (and at great prices) so we recommend booking as this sale ends soon.

  • Sale ends: 11:59pm on 1 December 2019
  • Travel dates: 27 April - 20 June 2020 and 15 July - 20 September 2020.

Book your flights via Flight Centre now

We love these flights because:

  • Travel dates allow you to travel during the dry season.
  • There's something for everyone with a wide variety of destinations including the Maldives.
  • AirAsia offers ZipPay on its flights so you can fly now, pay later.

Golden Gate Bridge

$809.10: Return flights to the USA

There are a lot of USA flights on sale at the moment and in-between the $799 return flights on Qantas to Hawaii, the $799 return flights on Hawaiian Airlines to Hawaii and the $899 returns on Air New Zealand to Los Angeles, we're loving Virgin Australia's the most. It boasts flights to Los Angeles from Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney and Canberra from $899 return.

Flights to San Francisco, Seattle, Las Vegas, New York and Orlando are all on offer. Plus when you book a flight with Virgin Australia to the US you enter in the draw to win up to $1,000 cashback. Err that literally means your flight could be FREE.

Keep to save a bit on a slightly longer flight? Until midnight 29 November you can score an extra 10% off USA flights with Air New Zealand here. Just sayin'.

  • Sale ends: Midnight 4 December 2019.
  • Travel dates: 1 February - 10 September 2020, excluding select dates but including peak August summer season.

Book your flights via Virgin Australia now

We love these flights because:

  • They're for more than your typical US destinations and include Seattle and Orlando.
  • If you're lucky you could be flying for free when you enter the cashback competition.
  • Flights include the peak US summer from mid-July and through all of August.
  • Most flights are direct unlike competing airlines like Air New Zealand which includes a stopover in NZ.

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