San Francisco from $855 return

Posted: 6 December 2017 10:41 am


Low-season flights at super low prices.

Fiji Airways knows how to throw a flight sale and the latest on its bill has fares to San Francisco for under $866 return from three major Australian cities.

Fares start from $855 and fly out of Sydney.

Other fares include Melbourne to San Francisco from $859 and Brisbane to San Francisco from $865.

As these are low-season fares, you'll be travelling out of the Australian summer into the US winter, between 19 January and 25 March.

Being California though, the weather never really gets too cold at this time of year, averaging 13-15°C in January and only getting warmer the further into this sale you travel. Avoid the worst of it by choosing dates in late March and you'll be blessed with warmer weather while still revelling in the off-peak crowds.

This sale ends midnight 10 December, unless seats sell out prior. Being off-peak though, we doubt they'll be snapped up too quickly, so you still have a few days to wrangle up the gang and book.

For more details and to secure your seats, head to STA Travel.

San Francisco flights on sale with Fiji Airways

Travel dates
Price (return)
SydneySan Francisco19 January and 25 March
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MelbourneSan Francisco19 January and 25 March
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BrisbaneSan Francisco19 January and 25 March
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