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Nab these New Zealand flights from $155 with Jetstar

Posted: 17 December 2019 10:44 am

Couple carrying their surfboards on the beach.

Say kia ora to everything New Zealand has to offer.

Wander the streets of Auckland, Wellington or Christchurch with Jetstar's latest deal. Enjoy Lake Wakatipu in Queenstown or cable car your way through Wellington with these airfares.

You can take off from the Gold Coast to Auckland from $155 or to Wellington from $199 one way. Fly Sydney to Auckland from $165 and Melbourne to Christchurch from $175 one way.

The travel dates for this sale run between 1 February and 6 April 2020. Do keep in mind specific travel dates apply depending on your chosen flight.

If you're after a nature escape then you can grab airfares from Melbourne to Queenstown from $179 one way.

The other great fares include:

  • Melbourne to Auckland from $175
  • Gold Coast to Christchurch from $187
  • Sydney to Queenstown from $189
  • Gold Coast to Queenstown from $197

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This sale doesn't have a specific end date so airfares will be available until sold out.

How good are these fares?

  • Price: Okay. These flights aren't the best, but on average a flight from Sydney to Auckland can cost around $450 and a good deal sits around $390 return. This offer puts money back in your pocket with airfares starting from $330 return on the same route.
  • Airline: Good. Jetstar is a low-cost airline. This means that airfares don't include checked baggage, in-flight meals or entertainment but these can be added for an extra fee.
  • Travel time: Great. You can enjoy New Zealand faster as these flights are direct routes.
  • Weather: Great. Temperatures in New Zealand are usually on the cooler side, but you can still enjoy ocean dips in February. If you're keen to make the most of the hiking trails look at autumn which is March to April.

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