Fly to New York for $1,070 or less from three Australian cities

Stephanie Yip 5 July 2017 NEWS

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Paint the town red with these autumnal flights from Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.

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

With Delta Airlines and Virgin Australia flights both currently on sale, you can combine their cheapest fares to get to New York and back for under $1,080 return from either Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane during October and November.

The departure city with the cheapest flights? Melbourne. Fares from the Victorian capital start at $1,041 return, but flights from Sydney and Brisbane aren't too far off this price, with Brisbane fares starting at $1,051 return and Sydney fares starting from $1,070 return.

Depending on the route, you might fly to New York on one airline and return on the other, or you might be able to fly return with a single airline. You can browse for specific dates and flight combinations and book your flights through I Want That Flight.

The only other notable sale on full-service flights to New York City is with Qantas, which is offering flights for just over $1,200 return for similar travel dates. Although it might be worth it to pay the extra $100+ for the Qantas Frequent Flyer points, if you're a Virgin Velocity member or you're just seeking the cheapest possible fare for travel in October and November, the Virgin/Delta fares could work out better for you.

This sale has no particular end date and is available until seats sell out.

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