Skyscanner vs Webjet: A finder comparison
Compare and contrast Skyscanner and Webjet, before you book your next trip.
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Travel comparison site Skyscanner has its headquarters in Edinburgh, Scotland, while online travel agency Webjet is based in Melbourne.
Apart from location, how else do these companies differ?
We compare the two on everything from value for money to range of product.
Skyscanner vs Webjet
|What can I book?||Webjet offers more products than Skyscanner.|
|Can I price match?||No.||No.||Neither price match.|
|Is there lay-by or a payment plan?||No.||No.||Neither offers payment plans.|
|Any booking fees?||No.||Yes.||Webjet charges fees.|
|Is there online chat?||No.||Yes.||Webjet offers online chat.|
|Is there a loyalty scheme?||No.||No.||Neither offers a loyalty scheme.|
|What are my payment options?||Customers can pay directly to Webjet.|
|Can I book round the world fares?||No.||No.||Neither offers round-world fares.|
|Can I book multi-city fares?||Yes.||Yes.||Both offers multi-city fares.|
|Any features to find the best price?||Price alert emails, lowest fares of the month and choose to nominate "fly anywhere" to see what the best deals to any location are.||Sales sections for flights, cruises, car hire, packages and more. Webjet also has an Webjet Exclusives section with bespoke holiday deals.||Skyscanner has more intuitive tools for your travel booking.|
|Book||Book through Skyscanner||Book through Webjet|
Who offers the best price?
We've checked both Skyscanner and Webjet for a one-way flight to London on the exact same date to see which site offers the lowest price.
When comparing prices, Skyscanner listed the lowest-priced flights. The cost was $24 cheaper.
With such a small margin of difference, it's worth checking both when searching for the best-priced flight. It is also worth noting that Webjet charges service fees where Skyscanner does not.
Which offers flights across a wider range of airlines?
Both Skyscanner and Webjet show fares from a wide variety of airlines. In a single search for Sydney to London flights Skyscanner came up with more than 300 flight options and Webjet listed 244.
Both Skyscanner and Webjet feature flights across a long list of airlines, worldwide.
What are deals like?
Skyscanner's deals are dependent on deals offered directly with the airline or deals offered via third party website. On the website you can view cheap flights by map and see deals for travel in upcoming months.
Webjet has a specials page where it lists flight deals of the week. It also advertises sales on its home page. Unlike Skyscanner, its deals don’t depend on airline or third-party website offers so you could wind up with a cheaper flight than if you booked direct.
While it's easier to access Webjet's deals it's worth scoping both sites out for who has the better price. Webjet also offers Webjet Exclusives holiday packages whereas Skyscanner does not, giving it a bit of edge for those who don't like to DIY.
Top Skyscanner and Webjet deals
Popular Skyscanner coupon codes
|Last checked||Code description||Code|
|29 Oct 2020||Virgin Australia sale: Australia-wide flights from $89 each way||********|
|29 Oct 2020||LATAM: South America flights from $1,497 return||********|
|28 Oct 2020||Australia-wide flights from $138 each way with Qantas Airways||********|
|28 Oct 2020||Australia-wide flights from $79 with Jetstar||********|
|27 Oct 2020||Norfolk Island flights from $632 return||********|
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