The best Click Frenzy Travel sales that can save you heaps
The travel sale event of the year has arrived, so go forth and book that dream holiday.
The bi-annual Click FrenzyTM Travel sale is finally here. And if you think we've blown its cover early, you're not wrong. That's because this year subscribers get to nab pre-sale access 30-minutes before the public.
For everyone else, the sale starts at 7pm – but don't let that discourage you because there's literally mountains of bargains to nab.
In fact, this Click Frenzy Travel sale is the biggest yet, featuring 750+ deals across 80+ brands, including bigwigs like Air New Zealand, Webjet, Booking.com, Flight Centre and flybuys.
If you're keen to banish the possible endless scrolling, we've cut to the chase and sussed out the top deals from the biggest brands for you here. You can find these deals and more on the official Click Frenzy Travel site.
But hurry, because the sale ends at midnight 27 February 2019.
Luxury Escapes: Up to 75% off holidays
Spoil yourself by saving big bucks on your next swanky getaway. Luxury Escapes is no stranger to a bargain break with all the trimmings but this sale takes it that much further.
We're talking up to 75% off luxe escapes, including a 6-night stay at the 5-star The Trans Resort Bali with buffet breakfast, massages and nightly drinks from $1,499 per person and a 5-night Maldives holiday from $5,999 per villa.
TourRadar: Up to 75% off tours
Bringing all the big names in the tour industry such as Intrepid, G Adventures and Contiki, TourRadar is your go-to for tours worldwide. And it's offering up to 75% off tours for its Click Frenzy event.
The biggest savings are on Africa tours (up to 75%) with Europe tours close behind at up to 60% off and Asia tours for up to 55% less.
Qatar Airways: Up to 10% off flights
The former best airline in the world never fails to put forward a tasty deal for Click Frenzy.
This round its offer 10% off economy and business class saver and value fares and 7% off economy and business class promo fares.
Flights depart from Melbourne, Sydney, Perth, Adelaide and Canberra to specific cities in Europe, the UAE, UK, USA and Africa for travel until January 2020.
Webjet: 10-day tour of China from $699 per person, including flights
There's a red-hot stack of holiday packages on the cheap going on with Webjet today and one of the best takes you to China. That's $699 for flights, accommodation, internal transport and some meals.
Or, $69.90 per day. You'd spend more than that daily in Australia for all of the above.
Other holiday deals available include a 10-day Singapore and Maldives package, including flights, from $2,999 per person.
Air New Zealand: California flights from $873 + bonus 10% off
Set your sights on the bright lights of Hollywood with Air New Zealand's stellar Click Frenzy flight sales. There's a bunch going on here from $699 return flights to Hawaii and $200 discounts off return flights to New Zealand.
The one to beat however are these flights to California. They start from $873 return from Melbourne to Los Angeles or San Francisco. Flights from Sydney are also on sale from $889 return.
You can also save an extra 10% off that when you make your booking before 9am on 27 February. Hop to it.
Trafalgar Tours: $50 off guided tours, worldwide
That's an extra $50 to put toward a new outfit, a few more drinks at the bar or an extra experience on holiday.
That's not the end of the deals, either. You can stack this on top of Trafalgar's other top-notch deals, including flights to Europe or Britain from $999 return, $500 off couple tours of Italy and 5% off early bird bookings.
Trip.com: Flights to Paris from $955 return
Cheap seats to Paris? Yes, please.
At under $1,000 return, you're looking at a steal here that's bound to be snapped up with the early birders. Get that worm. Then make them all jealous.
Booking.com: Up to 40% off stays in Australia and world-wide
Fill in the final piece of that travel puzzle: the hotel room.
As part of its Easter/Travel Frenzy sale Booking.com has up to 40% off accommodation. The cheapest we found are just $10 per bed in a mixed dorm.
Too rough for you? Double rooms start from just $12.
Prices are based on stays in Bangkok.
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