Trip.com launches Mega Sale with up to 15% off flights, 8% off hotels and more

Posted: 9 August 2019 9:16 pm
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Score deep discounts on all your travel needs for one week only.

Annual leave building up? Calendar looking a little bare? You may be overdue for a holiday. And with Trip.com's Mega Sale, you won't have to spend too much of your hard-earned cash in order to find yourself soaking it all in on some exotic beach.

Launched midday 9 August and running until midnight 15 August, this super sale features up to 15% off Scoot flights to hotspots like Bali, Kochi, Jakarta, Amritsar, Hyderabad, Guangzhou and more.

Sample fares include Perth-Guangzhou from $392 return, Sydney-Bali from $661 and Melbourne-Kochi from $554 return.

Flights across Australia are also available from $91 return on Tigerair, with flights to New Zealand from $248 return on Jetstar and flights to Japan from $561 return on Philippine Airlines.

Other deals to round out your holiday include 8% off already discounted hotels with Trip.com and 40% off car rentals in Taipei and Auckland.

But wait, there's more.

Every day at 5pm AEDT, Trip.com is releasing hotel discount codes via its app. These are limited in number and can only be used once per person – and there's good reason why. They're for $42 off hotels worldwide on bookings of $42 or more. Yup, that means you could score yourself a FREE stay if you play your cards right.

Missed out on the daily sale? Used up your 8% discount code? No sweat. You have one last chance at scoring a hotel deal with the promo code mega draw. Hit that button, cross your fingers and you have the chance to score 3%, 8% or $20 off hotel stays worldwide.

We know what you're thinking. Where can I sign up? Catch all the details and deals on Trip.com but only until midnight 15 August.

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