Send yourself on this 6-night Thailand holiday from $639, including flights

Posted: 26 October 2019 2:02 am
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Woman on beach.

Well go on, you deserve it.

You might have heard on the grapevine that Jetstar is running half-price flights right now but if you need the whole shebang then the place to go is Flight Centre.

It's taken those half-price fares to Phuket and coupled them with discounted stays to deliver you 6-night flight and night holiday packages for as little as $639 per person. That's a week-long holiday for less than $100 per day.

Packages are available for Darwin, Sydney, Melbourne, Cairns and Hobart and stays are for a Superior Room in the BW Phuket Ocean Resort. It's a 3-star hotel right on Karon Beach and a stone's throw from the area's top tourist attractions.

Here are the package prices, per departure city:

  • From Darwin: $639 per person
  • From Melbourne: $759 per person
  • From Sydney: $859 per person
  • From Hobart: $989 per person
  • From Cairns: $1,005 per person

For these prices, you'll get return flights on Jetstar, six nights accommodation, buffet breakfast daily, return transfers to Phuket Airport and free Wi-Fi access at the hotel throughout your stay.

You can also tack on experiences while you're in town at a discounted rate.

Travel is 1 May to 21 June 2020 and prices are per person, based on twin share. You know the deal: start sharing this post with your travel buddy and get those wheels in motion.

To book: Head to Flight Centre.

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