Tigerair end of financial year sale for 2019

Save up to 40% off domestic fares with Tigerair's EOFY sale.

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Tigerair has finally launched it's End of Fly-nancial Year Sale for 2019 and, like last year, the budget airline is offering up to 40% off flights across its ENTIRE network. Check out the deal, as well as other top Tigerair sales, below.

Available Tigerair EOFY sales and other deals:

Flight Centre - Domestic Flight Centre - Domestic

Australia flights from $67 each way

Valid for travel on select dates in 2019 with Virgin Australia, Tigerair and more. Sample fare is Brisbane-Sydney with Jetstar. Other destinations include Newcastle, Cairns, Melbourne, Townsville, Darwin, Prosperine, Gold Coast and more. T&Cs apply.

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How does this deal compare to previous Tigerair end of financial year sales?

An airline known for it's cheap sales like $1 return flights and $33.95–$66.95–$99.95 sales (depending on the length of the flight), Tigerair is no stranger to a bargain.

Like the 2018 offer, Tigerair's 2019 EOFY sale if discounting fares by as much as 40%. However, the 2019 prices are starting at just $41.95 while last year's fares started at $2 more - $43.95.

This year, the cheapest fares are available on flights between Sydney-Coffs Harbour or Melbourne-Hobart. In 2018, the lowest price was available on flights between Sydney-Gold Coast.

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