San Francisco flights from $809 return with Fiji Airways

Andrew Munro 25 September 2017 NEWS

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These will be going fast.

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

Looking for a USA getaway? Here it is, with fantastic prices taking off for San Francisco in October and November 2017, starting from Sydney to San Francisco for $809 return. Flights are with Fiji Airways so there's no need to pay extra for luggage or in flight meals, and you can also enjoy the benefits of a serene Fiji stopover along the way.

When you're going to the USA, you can think of $1,000 return as the barrier where good prices prices turn great. So $800 flights are exactly as spectacular as they seem.

This is a last minute seat-filler sale, and they're gone when they're gone. At prices like these, it's safe to say they're not going to last.

Just pick out your flights below, and follow the link to I Want That Flight to see the exact dates available.

Cheap flights to San Francisco

From To Price Book
Sydney San Francisco $809 return Book your San Francisco flight online here
Brisbane San Francisco $861 return Book your San Francisco flight online here
Melbourne San Francisco $872 return Book your San Francisco flight online here
Perth San Francisco $1,082 return Book your San Francisco flight online here
Adelaide San Francisco $1,197 return Book your San Francisco flight online here

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