Ready your wallets and dust off those suitcases, folks! Virgin Australia is painting the town red – or should we say, jet black – with their Black Friday bonanza. Bid adieu to your bank balance and prepare to pepper your boss with leave applications. In an event as significant as spotting a dingo at a barbie, Virgin Australia has uncorked a whopper of a sale for the ages.
For those bitten by the wanderlust bug, this Black Friday brings a feast of affordable flights. Virgin Australia is virtually giving away more than 500,000 flights, starting at just 49 Aussie dollars. Yes, you read that right – cheaper than a shrimp platter at the local pub!
From the 10th of January to the 20th of June 2024, you can jet-set to a myriad of domestic and international destinations so diverse, it’d make a kangaroo’s hops look boring. The only limit? Your imagination. And perhaps your annual leave days, but who’s counting?
Among the bonza domestic deals, Sydneysiders can escape to sunny Ballina for a meagre $49 or opt for a Gold Coast getaway from $79. Meanwhile, Melburnians can trade city life for Launceston’s tranquility at $59. Should tropical vibes be more your beat, Hamilton Island beckons from $139, and Cairns from $145. Perthites, no need for a sad face emoji – you can nab a one-way ticket to Darwin from $219.
Internationally, things get even more exciting. Fancy sushi in Tokyo? Snatch up return flights from Cairns starting at $679! Or maybe you’re craving a Kiwi adventure? Sydney to Queenstown fares start from $435 – and that’s return, mate! From Gold Coast to Denpasar and Brisbane to Vanuatu, the deals are hotter than a summer BBQ.
It seems Queensland is the true winner in these sales, transforming into the launching pad for your dream vacation, one weekend at a time. As the old saying goes, “catch flights, not feelings!”
So, strap in and get ready to soar through these deals, available until Tuesday, November 28 or until seats run out (which might be sooner than a ‘roo’s leap!). Hurry up and bag those annual leave dates faster than a Wallaby on a mission!