New York flights from $859 return on Qantas

Stephanie Yip 31 October 2017 NEWS

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That's $340 cheaper than the last Qantas New York sale!

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

Qantas has a last-minute flight sale to New York that is gobsmackingly good. In fact, it is so good we had to pinch ourselves to make sure it was real.

P.S. It is.

It's bookable through the STA Travel website and boasts fares from Sydney to New York for $859 dollars return.

The big catch is that it's only on sale until midnight tonight 31 October and you have to travel last-minute between 15 November and 6 December 2017.

For these prices though, it's totally worth it coming up $340 cheaper than Qantas' previous New York sale.

They're for autumn and early winter so if you're lucky you might be able to catch the last of the fall foliage or even some light snow. If you're not, you'll still be able to celebrate Thanksgiving in the US on 23 November, catch the Christmas lights and set your holiday to magic by ice skating outside the Rockefeller Center.

These fares include checked-baggage, in-flight entertainment and onboard meals, so all you need to do is cash in your leave, pack your bags and go.

Remember, you've only got today to book, so get onto STA Travel now or prepare to miss out.



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