Fly to Bali and return for free

If you’re after a reason to soak up some winter sun beside a pool with a cocktail in hand, this new deal to Bali might be your best sign yet to get online and make a booking.

Australian budget airline Jetstar have today rolled out their Return for Free sale, which will allow passengers to get to Bali and back for as little as $370 per person. And for just a smidgen more, the fare will include five nights in a luxury resort.

You could be booking a seat with Jetstar going to Bali from $370 return including a resort stay.Source:AAP

The sale, which kicked off on Wednesday, will allow passengers flying from Sydney to pay just $480 per person and include five nights in a “superior room” in Ibis Styles Legian, with a free breakfast every day.

A bonus inclusion will get an extra two nights stay and a bucket of beer on arrival.

Feel like a trip to Bali? This could be your best ticket yet.Source:Supplied

From $519 per person, you can book return airfares to Denpasar (checked baggage not included), stay at the luxurious Mercure Bali Legian, receive breakfast daily and a one hour massage during your stay.

A variety of hotels and resorts are on offer during the sale, with each chain coming with a different price tag as part of the sale. As part of the deal, families can even bring one child along for free.

Passengers need to be quick to snap up the special deal. Picture: JetstarSource:Supplied

You must be travelling between November 11 and December 3 this year, or February 7 and March 24, or April 30 and June 28 next year.

You will have to get in quick, travel dates vary and the deals will only be available from Wednesday, July 24 to Wednesday, July 31 — or until sold out.

Earlier this week, rival airline Qantas launched their Around the World sale with discounted fares available for select travel periods between August 2019 and March 2020.

The sale kicked off on Monday with $99 flights on several domestic routes, including Sydney to the Gold Coast, Melbourne to Launceston and Brisbane to Hervey Bay.

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