Scoot and AirAsia sale: Get flights to Bangkok from $181 return

Andrew Munro 23 August 2017 NEWS

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

Budget carriers Scoot and AirAsia have just released some of the cheapest flights to Bangkok we've ever seen, coming in as low as $181 return. The catch? You'll need to travel with at least one other person to get this price.

These strict conditions are just for the cheapest of the cheap though. You can also find later bookings, for about $50 more each way, that last longer and come without needing to book for two.

Travel dates are in October to November 2017, with sample deals like Perth to Bangkok for $181 return, departing 24 October and returning 3 November, Melbourne to Bangkok from $200 return departing 23 October and returning 1 November, and Sydney to Bangkok for $218 return, departing 29 October and returning 3 November.

To put these $181 return airfares in perspective, a recent Jetstar international flight sale also pulled out incredibly cheap flights to Bangkok from $153... each way.

This very limited sale ends at midnight today but at these prices will probably sell out before then.

It's definitely worth it, so try your luck and see if you arrived in time. There's no time to waste, so get your tickets first and sort out your travel partner later if need be. Jump over to I Want That Flight to get yours, if they're not sold out first.

FromToDatesPriceBook
PerthBangkokOctober to November 2017$181Get your Bangkok flight
MelbourneBangkokOctober to November 2017$200Get your Bangkok flight
Gold CoastBangkokOctober to November 2017$221Get your Bangkok flight
SydneyBangkokOctober to November 2017$218Get your Bangkok flight

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