Qatar Airways Black Friday deals for 2022

Take off to Europe right through September 2022 from just $1,319 return with Qatar Airways's Black Friday deal.

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If you're dreaming of a European summer, strolling along the canals of Amsterdam or eating your way through Italy, look no further. Qatar's Black Friday sale can get you to cities such as Amsterdam, Stockholm, Milan, Edinburgh and more from just $1,319 return in economy or $6,089 in business class.

Qatar Airways Black Friday and Cyber Weekend deals for 2021


Up to 12% off flights with code

Expires 31 Mar 2022
Available on flights until 31 October 2022 when you pay with PayPal. Destinations include Bali, Auckland, Paris, Barcelona and more. T&Cs apply.

Up to 45% off flights for students

Join and become a member of Student club and receive promo codes on flights. Available for students who are in university or college and aged 18-30. Destinations include London, Paris, Auckland, Canada and more. T&Cs apply.

Up to 20% off excess baggage fees

Available on select flights purchased online. T&Cs apply.

Frequently asked questions about Qatar's Black Friday sales

Does Qatar have Black Friday sales?

Yes! Qatar often participates in Black Friday and we expect it to participate again this year.

Last year it had up to a massive 30% off flights across its entire network. That included popular destinations such as London, New York, Athens, Paris, Rome and Madrid.

Flights were on sale all Cyber Week and you could choose travel dates from 1 February 2021 through to 30 September 2021. Hopefully we'll see something similar this year.

Why you should watch Qatar Airways over the Black Friday and Cyber Monday weekend

  • You can score discounted flights on a 5-star airline
  • It was named number 1 airline of the year in 2 years running from 2020 to 2021
  • Flights can earn you Qmiles to put towards future travel
  • Added flexibility with unlimited date changes valid for 2 years from booking

How do the Qatar Airways Black Friday and Cyber Monday offers compare to previous sales?

Qatar outdid itself in 2020 with discounts of up to 30% off.

Based on the Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales we've been tracking over the last couple of years, we consider a strong Qatar Airways sale to Europe to be around the $900-$1,000 mark.

In 2019, Qatar Airways offered fares from $1,099 return.

Why do we love Qatar Airways?

The Doha-based carrier has been rated 5 stars by Skytrax and doesn't seem to be letting its luxurious rating get in the way of its great deals.

When comparing it to similar airlines like Abu Dhabi-based Etihad and Dubai-based Emirates, we often find Qatar's fares are just as competitive – and often better. We also see more discount codes available from Qatar than any other Middle Eastern carrier.

For points aficionados, Qatar is a member of the oneworld alliance – the same group as the likes of American Airlines, British Airways, Cathay Pacific and Qantas.

Looking for more Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals?

Qatar is just one of dozens of airlines and online travel agencies with Black Friday flight deals. If you're looking for other destinations, dates or carriers, see our full list of Black Friday deals below.

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