The Gold Coast is now only $39 away in the latest Tigerair sale

Andrew Munro 3 April 2017 NEWS

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Now's the time to book your flights to the Gold Coast.

Sorry, this sale is no longer running. Check our list of current flight sales to find a bargain!

The Tigerair Easter sale has taken off, with this budget airline delivering passengers around Australia for less. Gold Coast fares are one of the stars of the sale, with one way flights now being only $39 from Sydney and $55 from Melbourne.

Compared to the current Jetstar Easter sale which features Sydney to Gold Coast fares from $45 each way, these fares are a steal.

These flights are for the period of May to November 2017 however these prices spike during school and public holidays due to it being peak period. Whatever the case you have until 4 April 2017 to choose your dates and book your flights.

Because it's a budget carrier you may need to either travel light, or add luggage for extra.

There's a reason the Gold Coast is one of Australia's most renowned tourist spots, with plenty of things you just can't do in Sydney. Book a whale watching cruise for only $49, or pick up a range of park discounts, including some unlimited access passes for Movie World, Sea World, Wet'n'Wild and more. If nothing else, it's nice to give the tourism industry a good healthy injection post-Cyclone Debbie.

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