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Return for Free to Thailand with Jetstar from $379


Find the true meaning of relaxation in Phuket, explore the island and recalibrate your senses.

Thailand flights are on sale and Jetstar will take care of your tickets for the return journey. It's an offer too good to miss out on and an excellent teaser ahead of Jetstar's Black Friday sale next week.

Best of all the travel dates are available for January to April with the first set of dates being the best time to visit Phuket. The crowds will have started to disperse, the weather will be warm with little rainfall, and you'll avoid the rain that May brings.

Thailand is open to travellers from Australia without any need to quarantine if you've been in the country for the past 21 days. This means travelling to Thailand early next year should be smooth with very few hiccups.

These Thailand flights are part of Jetstar's Return for Free sale which runs until 11:59pm AEDT Saturday 20 November 2021, unless sold out prior.

Flights to Phuket take off from January to April, and May to June 2022.

The cheap fares on offer include:

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

How do these prices compare?

To give you an idea of how good these Phuket flights are we compared Sydney to Phuket prices for January. We found that Jetstar had the cheapest and only direct flights available other than full-service Qantas. We saw Qantas prices from $776 one way. If you choose to go with Jetstar's Return for Free deal you'll save just over 50% and not have to worry about paying for a return (as compared with KAYAK).

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