Take 20% off Virgin Australia domestic flights

Posted: 21 May 2018 4:25 pm

Book your last-minute getaway and escape the start of winter.

If you're craving a last-minute getaway to anywhere but home then we've found a sweet little deal that should cure your case of wanderlust.

Virgin Australia is offering 20% off flights within Australia for travel between 1 June and 30 June.

The month of June is ideal for whale watching in Sydney, seeing Vivid or catching the first drifts of snow in the Snowy Mountains.

Valid routes in this sale include: Melbourne-Sydney, Brisbane-Sydney, Melbourne-Perth, Sydney-Perth, Adelaide-Melbourne and more.

Unfortunately dates over the Queen's birthday long weekend are excluded, but all other dates are.

Being a full-service airline flights include checked luggage and in-flight meals and entertainment. This deal is valid on gateway, elevate, freedom, business saver and business class fares only.

To book: Check out the promo code on our Virgin Australia page for all the information. You’ll need to be quick, though, this sale ends on 27 May or until seats sell out.

List of included routes:

  • Melbourne-Sydney
  • Brisbane-Sydney
  • Brisbane-Melbourne
  • Brisbane-Perth
  • Melbourne-Perth
  • Sydney-Perth
  • Adelaide-Melbourne
  • Adelaide-Sydney
  • Adelaide-Brisbane
  • Adelaide-Canberra
  • Brisbane-Canberra
  • Canberra-Melbourne
  • Sydney-Canberra

Looking to venture a bit further out?

Virgin Australia also currently have a sale on flights to New Zealand for as low as $189 one-way.

Highlights include flights between Melbourne and Christchurch for $189, Brisbane to Dunedin for $199 and Sydney to Queenstown for $249 all one-way. Travel is for select dates between June and October.

You can grab these fares directly through Virgin Australia until 5 June unless sold out prior.

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