Qantas sale: Soak up that Gold Coast sun from $99
The best part? Travel dates run all the way through 2021.
Qantas' latest Red e-Deal is turning up the heat this year with hot offers to the sunshine coast.
We'll get right into it. Pack your bags for the Gold Coast for as little as $99 from Sydney and $109 one way from Melbourne.
For scope, we put these fares side by side with the infamous Qantas One Million Seats sale. The previous offer had Sydney-Gold Coast fares from $109 and Melbourne-Gold Coast from $120 each way. That means that you're saving up to $22 on a return trip.
Now for our favourite part of this promotion. Take off between 29 March and 15 December 2021. That's right, sort out your end-of-year holidays for a fraction of the cost. Keep in mind that specific dates may apply.
Ready to make the most of the sunshine state? Head over to KAYAK to lock in your Queensland getaway.
The good news is that you have a couple of extra days to get that annual leave sorted. This sale ends at midnight 15 March 2021, unless sold out prior.
A Qantas Red e-Deal is one of the airline's signature sales. It covers a broad range of destinations across the country and usually takes a nice slice off your fare price.
How good are these fares?
- Flexibility: Great. Passengers are now entitled to unlimited, free date changes until 31 January 2022. This applies to all domestic flights booked until 30 April 2021 for travel until 31 January 2022.
- Airline: Great. Qantas, otherwise known as Australia's flying kangaroo, is one of three Aussie full-service airlines. This means that checked baggage, in-flight meals and entertainment are all included in your airfares.
- Frequent Flyer points: Good. Earn Frequent Flyer points when you fly with this Qantas sale. This promotion offers 800 Qantas points and 10 status credits.
- Travel time: Great. Forget connection times with direct flights.
- Weather: Great. The best time to visit the Gold Coast is April to May. This time of year provides the most comfortable temperatures, fewer crowds and a low chance of rainfall.