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Jetstar launches its 1 Million Seats Sale

Written by Aksel Ritenis


Jetstar launches its 1 Million Seats Sale – 4 days to go!


There are one million seats available to snap up in this sale. And that’s one million reasons to travel!

This sale includes a huge variety of domestic and international destinations to choose from, with fares starting from as low as $31^ one way (Melbourne (Avalon) to Adelaide).

Perhaps you have been looking for the perfect tropical escape to Far North Queensland? If so, Cairns is the ultimate place to rest and revitalise with over 98 days of sunshine a year and the tranquil Daintree Rainforest at your fingertips. Jetstar has fares from $89^ one way, Sydney to Cairns.


Busselton is the gateway to Margaret River Region and Jetstar can get travellers there from as low as $109^ one way from Melbourne (Tullamarine) to Busselton Margaret River.

Sydney Times readers should know it’s time to book a trip to this popular food and wine destination, where they can sip award winning wine, visit local art galleries or explore the stunning limestone caves that exist underground.


If you prefer flying Business Class then Jetstar’s 1 Million Seats Sale is the perfect chance  to nab a great deal and take their international travel experience up a notch.

Jetstar Business Class is available on selected routes and allows you to bring additional carry-on, experience premium dining and to recline their seat further whilst enjoying complementary in-flight entertainment.


With travel dates falling between March 2020 to March 2021 there are over a million reasons for your readers to book their next getaway!


We’ve listed below the sale fares for your reference –


Jetstar’s 1 Million Seats Sale


^Sale starts at 12.01 am AEDT Thursday 5th March 2020 until 11.59 pm AEDT Tuesday 10th March 2020, unless sold out prior. Fares are one-way, checked baggage not included. Other conditions apply. Fares and full conditions available at  




About the author

Aksel Ritenis

Publisher and Custodian of the Sydney Times

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