For most people, travelling overseas relies not only on a great deal of planning but also a hefty amount of saving up.
But those looking to head abroad next year could be in luck, with Jetstar unleashing a plethora of flights at unbelievably affordable prices.
The company is running a special ‘Return For Free’ offer, where passengers pay one fare for an entire round trip.
Domestic and international flights are available, with return fares to overseas holiday destinations starting at just $150.
Jetstar has unleashed a plethora of flights at unbelievably affordable prices under a special ‘Return For Free’ offer, which means flyers pay one fare and get their trip home for free
Domestic and international flights are available, with overseas holidays starting at as little as $150 to destinations like Bali, Singapore, Ho Chi Minh and New Zealand
Flyers setting off from all Australian capital cities have the opportunity to get their hands on an incredible deal, but Jetstar warns there is only limited availability.
Travel dates must also fall within the company’s pre-selected availability and keen jet-setters must make their bookings before midnight on Saturday.
Among the flights offering a free return journey are a range of bargains heading out of Sydney, including to Bali for $239, Christchurch for $159, and Ho Chi Minh City for $249.
Those looking to fly domestically can spend even less, with a return flight to Melbourne costing just $49, the Gold Coast only $65, and a thrifty $189 to Perth.
Bargain international and domestic fares can be snapped up until Saturday
Return For Free flights
Darwin to Bali $129
Darwin to Singapore $149
Perth to Bali $149
Perth to Singapore $149
Townsville to Bali $139
Sydney to Christchurch $159
Sydney to Ho Chi Minh City $249
Melbourne to Singapore $199
Melbourne to Bangkok $229
Melbourne to Phuket $249
Melbourne to Christchurch $159
Gold Coast to Wellington $169
Gold Coast to Tokyo $319
Cairns to Bali $199
Discount flights to popular tropical destination Bali can be picked up from $129 out of Darwin, $149 out of Perth, and $139 from Townsville.
Flying out of Melbourne has become enticingly inexpensive too, with passengers having access to return flights to Singapore for less than $200, less than $230 for Bangkok, and under $250 for Phuket.
Gold Coast residents can get to and from New Zealand’s capital city Auckland for just $169, and all the way to Tokyo and back for $319.
A tropical getaway on home soil could set Melbourne flyers back just $145 to visit Whitsunday Coast, and a tiny $95 for a return trip to Ballina Byron.
Dual-direction commutes between Adelaide and Melbourne, and Sydney and Melbourne, can be snapped up for $49 – less than $25 each way.
Heading in both directions between Melbourne and Hobart, round trip fares are only $65, as are flights from the Gold Coast to Sydney.
Travel dates must also fall within the company’s pre-selected availability and jet-setters must make their bookings before midnight on Saturday