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Fly with Qantas to Hong Kong from $499 return

Posted: 20 July 2017 1:00 pm

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The price war is on.

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

Qantas has a seat-filling sale on Hong Kong flights right now, with plenty of dates to pick up a deal. The most outstanding prices are for upcoming flights between 27 July and 16 November 2017, but you can also book for a range of dates throughout 2018 as well, to lock in a solid deal ahead of time.

This is one of only a few occasions when prices to Hong Kong have dropped under $500, so you're probably looking at today's front line in the Qantas/Virgin price war for Hong Kong flights.

If you feel like profiteering, now's the time to get a deal. The earlier departure dates are coming right up, so there's no set end date for this deal except when seats are filled, or it disappears.

  • Melbourne to Hong Kong - from $499 return
  • Sydney to Hong Kong - from $599 return
  • Adelaide to Hong Kong - from $599 return
  • Brisbane to Hong Kong - from $599 return
  • Bookings: Book online at Flight Centre. Just search for flights from 27 July and 16 November, and you'll find some of the best Hong Kong prices.

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