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Flights to the Philippines drop to $225 return

Posted: 7 May 2018 4:04 pm

Enjoy direct service to Manila and take your pick of over 7,000 islands to explore.

The best thing about a trip to the Philippines is that it can be as relaxing or adventurous as you like and for a very short time we’ve found direct flights on sale starting at $225 return. No need to worry about layovers and you can head straight to your vacation for less than a flight across the country.

You can get the cheapest flights from Melbourne for $225 and there are also some discounted fares from Sydney for $367 with Cebu Pacific as well.

Travel dates are between August and October so there are lots of chances to score your perfect vacation dates in this sale. Even better, along with the snorkelling, diving and endless water activities, you can try your hand at surfing as travel is during the Philippines prime surfing season.

To book for flights head to Skyscanner, where you can pick from some of the cheapest available flights. Just remember that Cebu Pacific is a budget airline so you'll need to travel light or pay a bit more for luggage.

These prices won’t last and aren’t part of any particular promotion so fares are available until sold out.

How good are these fares?

The cheapest fares we found recently was for one-way travel between Sydney and Manila for $119 or $352 return from Melbourne so if you’re flying from Melbourne then you’re definitely on to a good deal.

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