Jetstar sale: Non-stop flights to Vietnam are taking off from $380 return

Stephanie Yip 19 September 2017 NEWS

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Get there faster with direct flights from Sydney to Ho Chi Minh City.

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Australia's budget airline Jetstar has slashed fares to Ho Chi Minh City, getting you there and back again for under $400 return, non-stop.

These hot fares depart from Sydney in November with the cheapest fare being a sneaky week-long break from Friday 17 November and returning Saturday 25 November 2017 for $380 return.

Other dates boast a slightly pricier, though no less of a bargain, fare of $394 return. Sample dates include the following:

  • 9-15 November 2017
  • 14-22 November 2017
  • 10-18 November 2017

There's a mixture of mid-week flights and weekend flights available, allowing you to max out your weekend. Though, as all these fares aren't part of any particular promotion, we're predicting those weekend dates will be the first to go.

November is a quiet season for Vietnam, which is great for fare prices but means you sacrifice on weather. Expect consistently high temperatures of 30°C and over, though decreasing rainfall works in your favour.

We found all these fares and prices through Skyscanner's monthly price tool which lets you search for the cheapest fare combination throughout the month.

You can check it out here and see what cheap flights you can score or you can search for them below:

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