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Up to 30% off business class flights with Virgin Australia

Posted: 18 April 2018 4:35 pm

Experience business class flights across Virgin Australia's network through March 2019 for a fraction of the cost.

What’s better than saving on a flight to your next must-see destination? How about getting there in style by flying business class and getting 30% off?

Virgin Australia is offering 10% off economy flights and up to 30% off business class on domestic, Trans-Tasman and international destinations for a very limited time when you input this code.

If you’re planning a trip in the next year, whether you’re wanting to explore somewhere in our own backyard or a spot further afield, like Los Angeles or Bali, then now’s the time to score some decent savings.

You can find business class flights from from Melbourne to Auckland from $518 (down from $1,418), Sydney to Los Angeles from $2,319 (down from $2,718) or from Brisbane to Hong Kong from $1,397 (down from $3,576).

If you’ve been hesitant in the past, then feast your eyes on all the perks of business class and what you can expect even before you get to the airport. We’re talking limousine service on long-haul international flights at both ends, an 18-inch touch screen to keep you entertained and your own 80-inch fully flat bed.

You’ll need to be quick, though, this limited time offer ends on 25 April for travel between 7 May and 13 March 2019.

To book: Simply head to Virgin Australia online and input the code on our coupon code page.

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