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Qantas now selling flights to Dallas from $928 return

Posted: 7 July 2017 4:05 pm


All-inclusive flights from Australia to the USA for a steal.

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

Los Angeles and New York can move aside because there's a new flight sale in town and it's to Dallas, Texas.

Flying Qantas, fares start at $928 return and are on travel in October and November 2017 and January to March 2018, which make them perfectly positioned for a cheeky pre- or post-Christmas break.

If you're the kind who shudders at the thought of cool weather, take heart. Due to the city's positioning, even though these dates are approaching winter, you won't feel the chill too much as the city tends to sit in the high teens, low twenties during these months making it a pleasant holiday.

Starting fares from major Australian cities are:

  • Brisbane to Dallas ... from $928 return
  • Sydney to Dallas ... from $928 return
  • Melbourne to Dallas ... from $930 return
  • Perth to Dallas ... from $1,022 return
  • Adelaide to Dallas ... from $1,023 return

This sale is in its last hours, ending at midnight tonight, so snap them up quick before they disappear.

Full sale dates can be found on I Want That Flight.

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