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You Can Now Buy Qantas Business Pyjamas And Pretend You're Bougie At Home

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You Can Now Buy Qantas Business Pyjamas And Pretend You're Bougie At Home

Previously, if you or someone you knew was rocking the iconic grey pyjamas from Qantas, it meant that you or they had been in Business Class.

The Australian airline hands out a free set of pyjamas to everyone who hops in a Business Class seat on an international flight. Anyone who has had the pleasure of wearing them will know they are unbelievably comfortable.

Everyone else has just had to sit in envy...until now.

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Because there are barely any international flights going on at the moment due to the coronavirus pandemic, Qantas has decided to let regular folk have the chance to chuck their famous pyjamas on.

The company has unveiled a new care package that you can buy for yourself or send to a family member or friend.

The package contains loads of little adorable things, but the pyjamas are taking the front seat.

On its website, Qantas said: "Surprise and delight someone special by sending a friend or family member a Qantas Care Package.

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Credit: Qantas
Credit: Qantas

"Designed to make time at home a little more enjoyable, this package of goodies will be sent anonymously and will feature a selection of inflight items, including the iconic Qantas pyjamas, ASPAR skincare products and tasty treats including smoked almonds popular in our First Class cabin."

You'll also get 12 individually wrapped Tim Tams for that extra Australian nudge.

The best bit: the set only sets you back $25, which is pretty decent when some pyjama sets cost way more than that and don't come with loads of extras.

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Qantas Executive Manager of Product and Service Phil Capps said: "Qantas PJs are always popular, and with people spending a lot more time at home and wishing they were travelling somewhere, we think receiving a surprise pair in the mail will be very well received. And probably very well-worn by the end of all this."

While we probably won't be able to go on an overseas holiday for a very long time, you'll at least be able to sit on your lounge in these pyjamas and pretend like you're heading somewhere fancy.

Featured Image Credit: Qantas

Topics: News, Australia

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