Stop everything: Jetstar’s doing a flash Return for FREE sale
Fly to the Top End and pay $0 to fly back home.
Jetstar's Return For FREE sales always send us into a frenzy and this one is no different.
It's on flights to Darwin and can get you exploring your backyard from just $151 return.
The way it works is that you pay the one-way price to get to Darwin and then you pay absolutely nothing to fly back home.
Flights in this sale take off from Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Cairns. If you think you'll be visiting in the undesirable months of summer you're wrong as eligible travel dates are between 23 April and 26 June 2019.
Got plans to see the Top End next year? Yeah you do. Book through Flight Finder or via the links below.
But hurry as this sale ends midnight 16 November, unless sold out prior.
How good are these fares?
- Price: Great. During more exceptional sales we've seen one-way flights to Darwin from $89 each way (or $178 return) on Jetstar. And that's during summer, too. With more optimal dates and a more budget-friendly price you'll be singing all the way to the Top End with this sale.
- Airline: Good. Jetstar is a low-cost carrier and all tickets are seat-only. Checked luggage, meals and entertainment cost extra.
- Travel time: Great. All flights are direct.
- Weather: Good. You have a nice mix of cooling autumn months and pleasant winter weather to travel in. We suggest aiming for June dates to cash in on low humidity and minimal rainfall.
Jetstar's Return For FREE Darwin sale:
|From||To||Travel dates||Return fare||Get me to the NT|
|Brisbane||Darwin||22 April – 19 June 2019||$151||Catch your Jetstar flight now|
|Adelaide||Darwin||1 May – 26 June 2019||$179||Catch your Jetstar flight now|
|Cairns||Darwin||1 May – 26 June 2019||$179||Catch your Jetstar flight now|
|Melbourne||Darwin||23 April – 25 June 2019||$184||Catch your Jetstar flight now|
|Sydney||Darwin||30 April – 26 June 2019||$189||Catch your Jetstar flight now|
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