Jetstar Launches Ridiculous Flights And Accomodation Sale To Bali For Less Than $500
Australians flock to Bali every year and some treat the place like the paradise that it is and others...well, they certainly go a little over the top on the cheap Bintangs.
Whatever your taste is when it comes to visiting Indonesian's most popular place for Aussies, no doubt you'll be pretty blown away with Jetstar's latest sale.
Flights to the beautiful hotspot can get pretty expensive at times, but Jetstar has launched a flash sale that includes return flights and accommodation for less than $500 (depending on where you're flying from).
Yeah - that's right.
You can get a return flight, five-night stay at a three-star hotel in Kuta, daily breakfast and all for just $479, twin share from Sydney.
If you're travelling from Perth or Darwin, then the price is just $380 and $369 respectively. That. Is. Ridiculous.
For that deal you have to fly between from November 11 to December 3, 7 February to March 24 or 30 June to 28 July. So you've got plenty of time to work out whether you want to sun yourself in an Indonesian hotel in summer, autumn or winter.
Another absolute steal is staying at the Mericure in Legion for five nights, plus your airfare, a 60 minute massage and free breakfast every day for just $519.
But that deal is for a five-night stay, if you want to add on an extra two days then the hotel will chuck in a bucket of beers when you arrive.
There are other options outside of Kuta that you can book and obviously they get a bit more pricey. The options include Legion, Seminyak, Nusa Dua, Benoa and more in case you wanted to go 'off the beaten track' and by that we mean not somewhere where every single Aussie tourist will be.
The bonus of going to the more expensive places are they have better deals with Jetstar. Some come with a free massage, free upgrade and the price knocked off some of the features of the specific hotel.
The sale ends on Wednesday July 31, so if you need to rally the troops on the group Whatsapp then you better get in quick.
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