Qantas Boxing Day Sale 2018

Score a deal on full-service Qantas flights at a budget airline price on Boxing Day.

One Australia's favourite airlines and highly regarded by Skytrax, Qantas is known for its high quality service, which often doesn’t come cheap - until Boxing Day, that is.

This is when you can nab a deal with even this leading carrier.

Qantas flights include extra perks that budget carriers don’t, like complimentary checked bags, food and drink during your flight and entertainment. And while these services usually come at an extra price, when there’s a sale, it often pays to fly with Qantas rather than trying to add these extras with other airlines.

Qantas flight sales that are currently available:

Flight Centre - International Flight Centre - International

Asia flights from $579 return with Qantas

Valid for travel from 10 October - 15 November 2018 and 1 February - 15 June 2019. Destinations include Hong Kong, Beijing, Shanghai, Bangkok, Phuket and more. Sample fare is Sydney-Hong Kong.

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Popular Qantas destinations:

  • Brisbane
  • Dubai
  • Hong Kong
  • London
  • Melbourne
  • New Zealand
  • Perth
  • Singapore
  • Sydney

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Alex takes care of the travel section here at If there's a new sale on tours or cruises, discounted flights or hotels, or anything else that can be on offer, she'll fill you in.

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