Flights to San Francisco for less than $800 return via Fiji Airways

Posted: 2 May 2017 9:46 am


See the Golden Gate Bridge, jump on a tram and check out those windy San Franciscan streets with these cheap fares.

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Yesterday, Fiji Airways sparked our wanderlust with a flight sale to sunny Los Angeles. If you missed it or if the glitz and glamour of Hollywood is not your style, then today Fiji Airways has something new in store. It's a sale to the colourful city of San Francisco and, just like the Los Angeles sale, the prices are stellar.

Fares start from $798 return when flying out of Sydney and there are fares available from $803 return when departing from Brisbane and from $805 return when departing from Melbourne.

Travel is for dates between August and September, which means you can skip Australia's winter and bask in the American summer. It also means that you can mostly steer clear of the peak American summer break period (mid-July to the end of August) as crowds should start to thin around the end of August and tourist prices for things like accommodation will begin to fall.

The last notable sale on flights to San Francisco with Fiji Airways was last month when prices dropped to $813 (departing from Sydney) for similar dates, making these fares just a touch better than last month's.

As these tickets aren't part of any particular sale they are available until sold out.

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