Jetstar is celebrating its 18th birthday in style, announcing a sale on 400,000 airfares with return flights free of charge.
The sale includes domestic fares starting from $69 and international fares starting from $199, all with a free return flight to the departing destination.
A total of 59 domestic routes and 29 international routes are featured in the sale, including all major Australian cities as well as Bali, Thailand, Vietnam, Japan, New Zealand and Seoul.
The sale will only be running for a total of 48 hours, starting at 12am AEST on Wednesday, May 4 and ending at 11:59pm AEST on Thursday, May 5, unless sold out prior.
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Club Jetstar members have the luxury of early access to the popular sale from midday on Tuesday May 3, 2022.
Those wishing to take advantage of the sale need only visit the Jetstar site, and book a starter fare on an outbound flight as per travel times and booking conditions to receive one return starter fare free.
Fare highlights per state
Some of the highlights of the Return for Free sale are as follows:
Sydney to Bali from $359
Sydney to Seoul from $550
Sydney to Honolulu from $389
Sydney to Ho Chi Minh City from $339
Sydney to Auckland from $266
Melbourne to Phuket from $379
Melbourne to Honolulu from $389
Melbourne to Christchurch from $264
Melbourne to Gold Coast from $99
Melbourne to Singapore from $339
Melbourne to Sydney from $69
Brisbane to Perth from $202
Cairns to Melbourne from $190
Gold Coast to Queenstown from $260
Cairns to Tokyo from $394
Cairns to Bali from $239
Adelaide to Bali from $299
Adelaide to Hobart from $111
Uluru to Melbourne from $199
Darwin to Bali from $199
Darwin to Singapore from $200
Busselton to Melbourne from $189
Perth to Bali from $189
Perth to Sydney from $212
Hobart to Gold Coast from $162
Launceston to Sydney from $87
Jetstar also launches limited edition 18th birthday drinks
As a play on reaching Australia’s legal drinking age, Jetstar has also released a limited edition range of alcoholic seltzers for its 18th birthday, which are named after some of the airline's most popular travel destinations.
The Bali flavour features the fruity and floral flavours of rambutan and hibiscus, while the Gold Coast flavour showcases coconut and fairy floss with a hint of sea salt.
The Melbourne seltzer pays homage to Victoria's coffee culture with a deconstructed café latte flavour, and the Queenstown evokes the winter warmers of mulled wine, cloves and cinnamon.