Get to Greece in peak season for as low as $650 return

Posted: 24 May 2019 11:46 am News

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Save hundreds of dollars compared to other airlines with these Scoot fares.

Scoot has just dropped prices on flights to Greece during August and September down to as low as $650 return.

We found this deal through Skyscanner which is available on flights from Melbourne. If you're not in Victoria, you can also fly from Sydney from $654 return, the Gold Coast from $691 return or Perth from $698 return, which we think is still a steal no matter which part of the country you're departing from.

While Scoot's fares don't include checked bags, entertainment or in-flight meals, they can be added onto your fare. Even with all the fixings added onto your ticket, booking these flights instead of ones with a full-service carrier will save you hundreds of dollars.

The next-cheapest flights on these dates are available with a combination of Singapore Airlines and Scoot and cost at least $1,218 – almost double the price.

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If you're still not sold on these prices, they're available toward the end of the Greek summer, when the Aegean is still warm but the summer crowds have started to cool down. The fares are also low enough that if you package them together with an island hopper tour from TourRadar's World Touring Day sale you can get a whole holiday for about $1,250.

These flights are not part of a specific sale and can disappear at any time, so we'd recommend booking as soon as possible. If you're pairing it up with the TourRadar World Touring Day sale, you'll have until 30 May to book your tour.

Departure City Price Book
Melbourne $650 return Get your flight
Sydney $654 return Get your flight
Gold Coast $691 return Get your flight
Perth $698 return Get your flight

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