Fly back from Bali with Jetstar’s Return for Free sale from $189

Posted: 19 November 2021 4:35 pm
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Indonesia is calling! Skip the Australian winter for a tropical holiday in paradise.

Get back to Bali. The popular holiday destination is on sale and Jetstar's coughing up the cash for your return fare. That's right, ahead of Jetstar's Black Friday sale next week, the airline's famous "Return for Free" sale has landed.

The good news is travel dates cross over the best time to visit Bali, which is April to June – a great time to escape the Aussie winter and find yourself on a sunny holiday.

On the other hand, Indonesia isn't open to travellers from Australia just yet, but it's expected that it will open by the time these flights are due to take off. If you are worried about the border closure, Jetstar does offer a credit voucher if flights are cancelled due to border restrictions as part of its flexibility policy.

Jetstar's Return for Free sale runs until 11:59pm AEDT Saturday 20 November 2021, unless sold out prior. So these Bali flights won't be around for much longer!

Flights to Bali take off for select dates from February to April and May to June 2022.

Where can you fly from? Let's take a look:

  • Compare prices and book these Bali flights with KAYAK today.

How do these prices compare?

To give you an idea of how good these Bali flights are, we compared the Perth-Bali route for the April period. We found Air Asia flights were the next cheapest, starting from $307 one way. Jetstar's offer is nearly 40% cheaper, plus you really can't beat the fact you're getting a return fare for $0. Compare and save with KAYAK.

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