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Vietnam flights from $158 return with Jetstar sale

Posted: 22 November 2016 2:10 pm


Rock-bottom prices on flights to Asia from Australia.

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

You can now fly to Vietnam from Australia for just $158 return.

Jetstar’s latest bargain is available for return flights to Ho Chi Minh City from Perth, but flights are also available from Darwin for $176 return, from Melbourne from $352 return, from Sydney for $427 return, and Adelaide from $469 return.

Dates vary slightly depending on where you’re flying from, but most flights are available in February and March. Flights from Sydney are available in June.

Extras like checked bags, in-flight entertainment, food and drink are not included in the sale fare, as with most Jetstar sales. They can be added on for an additional fee.

Even after adding on extras, these flights still fall well below the next-cheapest flights, which are $335 return from Perth with AirAsia.

We’ve found that if you pair this flight up with four nights accommodation (we used the flights available from Perth 23-27 March) at a moderate hotel like the 4-star Oscar Saigon Hotel, you can package a holiday to Vietnam for an unheard of $285 per person (based on twin share at the hotel).

This sale comes just days after Jetstar announced its Your Passport Called sale, which featured flights to Asia from $99 each way. The $99 fares were available on flights between Darwin and Bali or Singapore and Perth and Singapore. Flights to Ho Chi Minh City were available at $109 each way.

These flights aren’t part of a flight sale, but will likely sell out soon.

PerthHo Chi Minh CityMarch$158
DarwinHo Chi Minh CityMarch$174
MelbourneHo Chi Minh CityFebruary$352
SydneyHo Chi Minh CityJune$427
AdelaideHo Chi Minh CityFebruary and March$469

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