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Fly return to San Francisco with Qantas for just $985

Posted: 6 July 2016 10:42 am


Score a bargain fare to the US and back.

Sorry, this sale is no longer running. Check our list of current flight sales to find a bargain!

Qantas Airways has launched a sale on return flights between Australia and San Francisco, with airfares starting at a pleasingly low $985.

Searching I Want That Flight, fares are cheapest when travelling Sydney-San Francisco (from $985), while there are also discounted flights departing Brisbane (from $986), Melbourne (from $988), Adelaide (from $1071), Perth (from $1089) and Hobart (from $1206).

San Francisco is a fantastic tourist city and also serves as an ideal jump-off point for travellers from Australia wishing to explore more of the United States. Its airport facilities are high-class, with dozens of domestic and international connections and a less chaotic environment than Los Angeles (LAX).

Visitors planning a stop-over can drift across the foggy bay to Alcatraz, leisurely pedal a pushbike across the Golden Gate Bridge, check out the booming tech scene in Silicon Valley and enjoy hilly tram rides throughout the city.

Travel dates are available between 1 October and 25 November 2016 with the sale ending the same day.

See the full list of fares below.

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SydneySan Francisco$9851 October until 25 NovemberSearch for a flight now
BrisbaneSan Francisco$9861 October until 25 NovemberSearch for a flight now
MelbourneSan Francisco$9881 October until 25 NovemberSearch for a flight now
AdelaideSan Francisco$1,0711 October until 25 NovemberSearch for a flight now
PerthSan Francisco$1,0891 October until 25 NovemberSearch for a flight now
HobartSan Francisco$1,2061 October until 25 NovemberSearch for a flight now

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