Up to 50% off AirAsia flights
Get your next trip at half off.
What will you put all your savings towards? A more luxurious stay? Another holiday, perhaps? The choice is yours with AirAsia's latest sale.
We're talking up to 50% off the budget airlines' entire network of destinations, and if you want to get fancy, you can also upgrade to a premium flatbed for 20% less.
Eligible travel dates are from now until 30 June 2019, though you'll have to get in before 28 October to snap up this deal.
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Sample fares we've found include Gold Coast to Auckland from $151 each way (50% off), Perth to Kuala Lumpur from $156 each way (50% off), Perth to Bali from $153 each way (30% off), Sydney to Maldives from $363 each way (20% off) and Melbourne to Phuket from $229 each way (20% off).
How good are these AirAsia fares?
- Price: Good. At 50% off, the numbers sound amazing. Although, we got better deals in AirAsia's last major sale, with Perth to Bali flights starting at $119 each way.
- Airline: Good. As far as budget airlines go, AirAsia is the best, winning top spot in the world at the Skytrax Airline Awards. Regardless, it is a budget airline, which means checked luggage, meals and entertainment aren't included in your fare, though you can add these for a fee.
- Frequent Flyer Points: AirAsia BIG Members can earn BIG points on select travel.
- Travel time: Good. All flights include a stopover in Kuala Lumpur, which you can keep to a minimum if required.
- Weather: Good. With six months' worth of travel dates to book, you're sure to find a few days where the weather works in your favour at your destination of choice. For example, visit Bali in April or June to enjoy the dry off-peak season while Malaysia is best between November and March. Before committing, consult our best time to visit guide.
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