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Scratch The Travel Itch With Virgin Australia’s Cheap As Flight Sale Ending In 24 Hours

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Scratch The Travel Itch With Virgin Australia’s Cheap As Flight Sale Ending In 24 Hours

The sale ends Friday night but travel is for next year!

A sale this big was bound to happen. We just didn’t know when.

But now that we know, and now that it has begun, we can say that Virgin Australia’s Go Go Go You Good Thing Sale is better than anything we expected from our airlines. Then again, maybe it shouldn’t surprise us since they too have been feeling quite anxious, surely, from the lack of travel. (Featured image: John on Flickr)

It seems, though, that with the border restrictions easing across the country and the skies opening up, someone at Virgin Australia has shouted, Let’s fly! And then someone else drew a map of everywhere they could fly to.

So, Adelaide, where are you flying to and how much is it gonna cost you?

The cheapest flight of the sale out of Adelaide sees flights to Melbourne for just $89 one way followed by a $119 fare to Sydney and Brisbane. Fly to Canberra, if you want, from $135 or go further north, like north north, to Cairns for $229. There are more destinations too, with flights going out to Proserpine/Airlie Beach ($199) and Perth ($169) as well. Unless you’re choosing to fly Business Class, the most expensive flight is to Hamilton Island ($229) or Broome ($299).

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The fares are subject to availability, meaning that if you think too long you just might end up missing out. Thankfully, to ease our state of mind, Virgin Australia has extended flexible flying with no change fees on travel until 31 January 2021. Obviously, terms and conditions apply, like the travel periods you have to fly in. And although they’re different for each destination, they seem to be quite generous.

The sale ends on November 20 at 11:59pm AEST.

Take a peek at all the offers over at the Virgin website and book your flight before somebody else does.

Prefer to see Australia by train? Check out these four spectacular train journeys.