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Tigerair sale goes the distance, offering flights for $30, $60 and $90

Posted: 7 December 2016 3:04 pm
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Sale includes coast-to-coast flights at just $90 each way.

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

Tigerair has just launched a new sale for flights within Australia, with fares starting at $30 each way.

The Go The Distance sale offers short-haul flights for $30, medium-haul flights for $60 and long-haul flights for $90.

Sample short-haul flights include Melbourne-Adelaide, Sydney-Gold Coast and Brisbane-Sydney. Medium-haul flights include Sydney-Whitsunday Coast (Proserpine), Melbourne-Brisbane and Brisbane-Cairns.

Long-haul flights, which offer the greatest value compared to previous Tigerair domestic sales, include Brisbane-Darwin, Sydney-Perth and Melbourne-Cairns.

These prices are available for departures between 2 February and 30 March.

Being a budget airline, sale fares don’t include extras like checked baggage, in-flight food and drink seat selection, but can be added on for an additional charge.

Although these fares don’t dip anywhere near as low as the carrier’s recent $9 flight sale, some of the long-haul routes offered are still bargains compared to other Tigerair sales. In the airline’s 2017 Halloween sale, flights to Perth were $49 more from Melbourne or $59 more from Sydney.

This Tigerair sale is on until midday on Friday, 9 December, or until sold out.

Full list of Tigerair's Go The Distance sale fares:

FromToStart of travel periodEnd of travel periodPrice
CanberraMelbourne7 February 201729 March 2017
AdelaideMelbourne7 February 201729 March 2017
Gold CoastSydney7 February 201730 March 2017
MelbourneCanberra7 February 201729 March 2017
MelbourneAdelaide7 February 201729 March 2017
AdelaideSydney7 February 201729 March 2017
BrisbaneSydney2 February 201729 March 2017
SydneyAdelaide7 February 201729 March 2017
SydneyBrisbane2 February 201729 March 2017
SydneyMelbourne7 February 201730 March 2017
MelbourneSydney7 February 201730 March 2017
SydneyGold Coast7 February 201730 March 2017
AdelaideBrisbane8 February 201729 March 2017
Gold CoastMelbourne7 February 201729 March 2017
SydneyWhitsunday Coast14 February 201730 March 2017
MelbourneBrisbane7 February 201730 March 2017
BrisbaneAdelaide8 February 201729 March 2017
BrisbaneMelbourne7 February 201730 March 2017
MelbourneCoffs Harbour4 February 20178 March 2017
BrisbaneCairns2 February 201730 March 2017
Whitsunday CoastSydney14 February 201730 March 2017
Coffs HarbourMelbourne4 February 20178 March 2017
CairnsBrisbane2 February 201730 March 2017
MelbourneGold Coast7 February 201729 March 2017
DarwinBrisbane2 February 201727 March 2017
SydneyPerth2 February 201730 March 2017
PerthMelbourne2 February 201730 March 2017
BrisbaneDarwin2 February 201727 March 2017
PerthSydney2 February 201730 March 2017
MelbourneCairns2 February 201730 March 2017
MelbournePerth2 February 201730 March 2017
CairnsMelbourne2 February 201730 March 2017
SydneyCairns2 February 201730 March 2017
CairnsSydney2 February 201730 March 2017

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