Score big with flights to Las Vegas from $891 return on Fiji Airways

Andrew Munro 19 September 2017 NEWS

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Hit the strip.

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

Book now, and fly away to Las Vegas in October-November 2017 for under $900 return.

The starting fare of $891 return is from Brisbane, though Sydney and Melbourne departures are also well priced.

By travelling in October-November you'll dodge the worst tourist crowds and scorching weather as well as land in some exceptionally good prices with Fiji Airways.

Here's what's on offer:

  • Brisbane to Las Vegas from $891 return
  • Sydney to Las Vegas from $892 return
  • Melbourne to Las Vegas from $896 return

How do these prices compare?

You'd pay about $100 more than these with a good price or around $500 more with typical fares, so you have to be pretty lucky to find deals like this. If nothing else, take those savings to the roulette table and see if your luck holds out on the other side of the world.

These are a special deal, but aren't part of any special deal in particular. That means they'll be around until they sell out. But odds are they'll go fast so you might want to get in there.

All flights are full service, travel dates are in October and November and you can lock in your bookings here.

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