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Trip.com Black Friday Sales 2022

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Ready to cure your wanderlust? Show me the Black Friday deals

Whether you're planning an extravagant holiday experience or a quick city break, you can compare prices on hotels, tours and transport through Trip.com.

Black Friday is when some of the biggest deals of the year come out. Highlights of this years sale include: up to 33% off local hotels, 8% off tours and tickets and the chance to win free flights by inviting mates to the sale.

Read on to see what you can expect.

Trip.com's Black Friday deals and coupon codes

Code

Get $100 off NSW North Coast stays with code

Expires 14 Jun 2022
Available on stays from 17 May – 31 December 2022 when you spend a minimum of $199. Destination include Port Macquarie , Coffs Harbour, Byron Bay, The Tweed and more. T&Cs apply.
Deal

San Francisco flights from $1,858 return

Verified Yesterday Expires 7 Jul 2022
Available on United Airlines flights until 31 December 2022 departing from Sydney and Melbourne. T&Cs apply.
Deal

Up to 35% off winter getaways

Verified 4 days ago Expires 12 Jun 2022
Available on stays until 31 August 2022 on destinations including Cairns, Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide, Hobart, Auckland and more. T&Cs apply.
Deal

Up to 50% off with member-exclusive deals

Register to access member-only deals, earn bonus Trip Coins and unlock exclusive rewards.
Deal

Up to 20% off things to do in Sydney

Available on select travel dates until 2022 on activities including dinner cruise, tours, zoos and animal interactions, attraction passes and more.

Will Trip.com have a Black Friday sale?

Yes. Trip.com is offering discounts on flights, hotels, tours and tickets over Black Friday. The sale runs all-day 27 November, finishing at midnight.

So you'd best not delay if something good catches your eye!

As an aside, Trip.com is also running a holiday prize draw where you can win free flights on Qatar Airlines, Ural Airlines and Nordwind Airlines. You can also win free tickets to experiences in Singapore, Taipei and Seoul, as well as $690 worth of Trip.com coins, which you can use instantly on your next Trip.com booking.

Simply invite three mates to the sale to enter.


How does this Trip.com Black Friday sale compare with previous sales?

In the past, Trip.com has offered discounts of 10% off selected Asian hotels.

This year, it's offering much better discounts and on holidays closer to home with up to 33% off Aussie stays.

It's also sweetened the deal with discounts on tours and tickets to local attractions.


Is it worth buying during the Trip.com Black Friday sale?

In our opinion, yes. Black Friday is one of the biggest shopping events in the world and you can typically score great savings.

Trip.com loves to gamify. The 2019 Black Friday sale offered the chance to win discounts such as SGD$40 off hotels, 10% off hotels, 10% off tours and tickets and SGD$3 off trains. This year, you can already win bigger and better prizes to the tune of free flights and site credit.

This year it might not be offering deals as part of its gamification process, but it is offering some pretty nice prizes. This includes free flights and Trip.com coins to spend on the site.


Want more Black Friday travel deals?

If these deals don't float your boat, there are stacks more sales happening over Black Friday and Cyber Weekend. Check out our picks of the best.

See all Black Friday travel deals

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