Bali flights on sale from $99

Posted: 27 October 2021 5:24 pm

Get back into the swing of things with these cheap flights to Denpasar in 2022.

Every Aussie's favourite cheap holiday destination is back on the itinerary after nearly 2 full years.

This sale happens to be available for the best season, which is between April to October, when you can expect a perfect balance of weather, average crowds and affordable prices.

Travel to Indonesia from Australia is expected to restart by February. The country recently opened up Bali to travellers from 19 countries, but Australia wasn't one of them.

With the island being such a popular destination for Australians, we can't imagine things will stay that way for long.

These fares are part of Jetstar's 2022 international sale which runs until 11:59pm AEDT Saturday 30 October 2021, unless sold out prior.

Flights to Bali take off right across 2022 from February to early September.

Let's take a look at what's available right now:

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How do these prices compare?

These Jetstar fares are some of the cheapest flights we've ever seen to the island paradise (and up to 40% cheaper than those on sale in Virgin's Yay for Holidays sale).

Compared to pre-pandemic prices (we've seen Perth to Bali flights from $129 one way in the past) there's a difference of around 23%. More recently, we saw cheap Perth to Bali fares from $139 each way. If that $139 non-sale price is what we can expect to see in the future, you'll end up saving nearly 30% if you book in this sale.

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