Jetstar Easter Sale: Bali flights from $99

Andrew Munro 29 March 2017 NEWS

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Get to Bali for less while the sale is on.

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

Jetstar has unveiled its Easter sale prices, with eye-popping fares to Bali being among them departing from all over Australia.

For holiday prices, these deals may be some of the lowest you'll find, flying out of cities all around Australia including Cairns, Townsville, the Sunshine Coast and Gold Coast. These are the lowest one-way fares on offer from the capitals. They are all for select travel dates between April and December 2017.

  • Darwin - $99
  • Perth - $129
  • Adelaide - $169
  • Brisbane - $189
  • Sydney - $219
  • Melbourne - $219
  • Hobart - $244

Book a flight: While we found these prices on Jetstar's official website, we've also found Flight Centre offering returns for much less than the price of two one-way flights. For example, it has Darwin to Bali returns from $164 and Perth to Bali return from $232.

The Jetstar Easter sale runs until 4 April or until seats are sold out.

Wherever you are Jetstar has cheap flights to Bali waiting for you, among many others in the Easter Sale. Prices may vary by travel date, and as a low cost carrier these airfares don't include checked luggage or in-flight meals, although these can be added while booking, for a fee.

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