Honolulu from $249 in the latest Jetstar sale

Posted: 28 March 2017 5:22 pm

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Jetstar's Easter sale is bringing prices down for top holiday spots.

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

The Jetstar Easter sale is offering hot prices on airfares around the world, with particularly outstanding deals to Honolulu, USA from just $249 one way.

Compared to the usual rates, these prices offer outstanding value for money while the sale lasts. Departing from cities all around Australia there are flights available from July to December.

Want even more bang for your buck? Skiddoo has found cheaper fares when booking a return journey on some routes. For example, it's $470 return from Sydney or $486 return from Melbourne.

Hit up Skiddoo for these cheaper fares and save even more.

Sample one way fares from Jetstar's , all of which come in significantly below standard prices, include:

  • Sydney to Honolulu: $249
  • Melbourne to Honolulu: $259
  • Launceston to Honolulu: $275
  • Hobart to Honolulu: $280
  • Gold Coast to Honolulu: $281
  • Brisbane to Honolulu: $297
  • Adelaide to Honolulu: $311
  • Cairns to Honolulu: $347
  • Perth to Honolulu: $378

If you're taking advantage of these deals, remember that adding luggage might involve an extra fee.

These deals are expected to disappear quickly as seats run out, and the Jetstar Easter sale ends on 4 April, so book your Hawaii trip while flights are cheap.

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