The Virgin Australia Sale

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Virgin Australia is back with another seat sale. Going by the tagline “The ‘I could do with a holiday after the holidays’ sale” it is offering up to 30% off 36 of their domestic and international destinations.

At the 30% off, fares are starting from as low as $49. You can book these fares until January 22, 2024 (11:59pm AEST). There are dates available to travel throughout 2024, although the specific dates vary by route.

Virgin Australia Sale details

  • Name: The Virgin Australia Sale
  • Offer:  Save up to 30% off flights to 36 destinations, including domestic and international short haul.
  • Sale Dates: 15 January to 22 January 2024
  • Travel Dates:  Varies by destination.

You can access the sale on the Virgin Australia website.

Example Deals

There are some decent deals if you are departing from the East Coast. For example, if you are flying out of Melbourne, you can pick up return flights to Nadi, Fiji for $589. Or you could go to Denpasar, Bali for $559 (return) or Queenstown for $395 (return).

If you are leaving Sydney, you could fly return Nadi for $499. Other options include Bali for $629 (return) or Queenstown for $435.

Out of Perth, Virgin mainly flies on domestic routes. Under the current sale, you can get flights to Broome for $189 (One way).

The dates that are available to travel under the sale prices vary by destination, so be sure to check out the sale page.

Velocity Members

Don’t forget, if you’re a Velocity Frequent Flyer, you will be able to earn Velocity Frequent Flyer Points and Status Credits with your bookings. Keep in mind that the quoted sale prices are generally for Lite fares. In many cases, booking the Choice fare is not much more.

Choice fares have some advantages over Lite fares for Velocity members. Aside from earning more Status Credits, they also count as an eligible sector for status recognition.

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Mark is the founder of FlyStayPoints, and caught the travel bug early in life. He discovered the benefits of travel loyalty programs in 2001, and is always learning how they can make travel better. While work takes him between Perth and Melbourne, he is always plotting his next adventure.