Qantas Cyber Monday sale for 2022

Discounted flights and Qantas Shopping products – that's Qantas Cyber Monday for you.

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Qantas is inviting Australians to Rediscover Australia with its latest sale this Cyber Monday,

Additionally, the flying kangaroo is offering discounts and bonus Qantas Points. This includes up to 40% off the rewards store, up to 60% savings on Qantas Wine and triple Qantas Points on flights to the Northern Territory.

Qantas deals available over Black Friday 2021:


Up to 50% off Qantas flights

Expires 28 Feb 2022
Available on flights until 28 February 2022 to destinations including Sunshine Coast, Gold Coast, Hobart, Adelaide, Hamilton Island, Cairns, Darwin, Broome and more.

Sunshine Coast flights from $89 each way

Expires 28 Feb 2022
Available on Qantas flights until 28 February 2022. Sample fare departs from Sydney. Other flights depart from Melbourne and Canberra. T&Cs apply.

Flights from $96 each way with Qantas

Expires 31 Mar 2022
Available on flights between Sydney and Melbourne from November 2021 – March 2022. T&Cs apply.

Frequently asked questions about Qantas' Black Friday sales

Does Qantas have Black Friday sales?

Yes! Qantas has run deals on Black Fridays in previous years. Unfortunately, they haven't always been on flights. Last year, it offered heavy discounts on its online Qantas Store and its Qantas Wine Club. This included up to 50% off at the Rewards Store, 24 in-flight mini bottles from $60 and up to 50% off mystery wine cases.

How do the Qantas Black Friday sales compare to Boxing Day?

Qantas doesn't always put on a sale for both Black Friday and Boxing Day, but most of its sales throughout the year are generally on-par with each other. The strength of the sale also varies depending on travel dates and destinations as comparing domestic fares to international flights is like comparing apples and oranges.

In 2020, the flying kangaroo decided not to run a flight sale but a Qantas Wine Store sale instead. Fingers crossed it will come through for Black Friday 2021, though.

In 2018, the airline dropped $799 flights to the USA for Black Friday, but didn't run a sale on flights in 2019. For Boxing Day in 2019, Qantas discounted domestic flights to as low as $99 each way. This was the same starting price as the 2018 Boxing Day sale.

What Qantas Black Friday deals have we seen in the past?

Qantas is always ready to hop on the bandwagon during a sales event. However, its Black Friday offerings tend to be for its online Qantas Shopping stock as opposed to flight sales. This is what we saw in 2020.

On Black Friday 2019, the Qantas sale had 20% off brands including Bose, Seiko, Apple and Dyson at the Qantas Shopping Rewards store. You could also earn bonus points for select APT and Intrepid Travel bookings and Qantas Store products.

These deals run similar to those in previous years, where we've seen 25% off points on Bose, Samsung, Weber and Seiko and 20% off Bose, Breville, Napoleon Perdis, Seiko and Apple.

This year, select store items are going for up to 50% off. Highlights are 45% off Garmin, 50% off Qantas luggage and 40% off headphones. Mystery wine cases are also on sale at up to 50% off.

Looking for more Black Friday flight deals?

For deals from other airlines and online travel agencies, check out our full list of Black Friday flight deals. We scoured the web to find the best offers and put them all into one place for your convenience.

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