San Francisco flights from $808 return

Stephanie Yip 3 October 2017

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Fly Fiji Airways to California from Australia's major cities.

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

Fiji Airways is at it again. The airline is cutting the cost of flights to San Francisco down to $808 return.

You're looking to take off from Sydney if you want to secure these prices, though if you're jetting out of Melbourne, the cost isn't too much more to bear, coming up at $866 return.

These flights are on par with the cheapest we've seen to San Francisco on Fiji Airways and it's likely we won't see them drop too much further before 2018 comes around.

Flights depart in the off season from late-January to February 2018 to help you cure those post-Christmas blues.

Also available are fares from Brisbane starting at $907 return, which fly with Air Canada. Those flying out on Perth have the option to travel with Air New Zealand from $1,081 return, though you will need to travel in April/May to secure these prices.

There's no set end date to this sale and seats are only available until sold out.

You can browse dates and book these cheap prices with I Want That Flight now.


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