Holiday in Bali for 5 nights, including flights, from just $449

Posted: 26 April 2018 11:30 am

That's less than $100 per day!

Cheap flights, cheap stays and cheap drinks – is it any wonder Bali is one of Australia's favourite holiday destinations? Nope, not at all.

Flights to the islands can drop down to $99 each way, or $198 return, at the best of times, though if you want everything sorted for you without stacking up the cost Flight Centre can take care of it.

5-night holidays have shot down to just $449 per person for some of the most ideal months of the year to visit: September and October.

The starting price comes with AirAsia flights from Perth, but if you are taking off from other cities you won't have to blow the budget to get to paradise. Think 5-night holidays departing Sydney from $669, departing Melbourne from $649 and departing the Gold Coast from $639.

These prices are per person and include accommodation in the 4-star Harris Hotel Seminyak which features free on-site parking, a plunge pool, complimentary Wi-Fi and spa treatments.

Stays at Harris Hotel typically start from around $44 per night, so for five nights, you're already looking at a cost of $220 outside this package deal. Tack on flights at their very cheapest and you're already looking at a very competitive holiday price.

Not convinced? To sweeten the deal Flight Centre is also including a daily buffet breakfast and, as flights are being serviced by AirAsia, you'll have the chance to work Optiontown in your favour for a potential flight upgrade for next to nix.

To book: Head over to Flight Centre but hurry, this deal ends 28 April.

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