Jetstar has launched a massive sale in time for Christmas with flights from just $29 across Australia and overseas.
The budget airline is offering discounted airfares as part of its ‘Jetsmas’ sale which got underway at midday on Tuesday.
There are also several deals on offer for those looking to make the most on an overseas trip.
Passengers can travel from Perth to Bali for $145 with a flight from Melbourne to Hamilton Island setting travellers back a modest $119.
Jetstar has launched another massive sale with the budget airline offering thousands of discounted airfares
Customers will need to fork out a bit more for a flight from Melbourne to Seoul with the flight to the South Korean capital setting passengers back $368.
The most expensive flights are trips from Melbourne to Tokyo with customers expected to fork out $398.
A flight to the Japanese capital from Sydney also costs the same amount under the deal.
The airline partnered up with Aussie rockstar Shannon Noll as part it’s latest offering with a new song called ’12 Days of Jetmas’ released as part of the sale.
More 200,000 discounted one-way airfares are on offer with flights set to be flown across across 95 domestic and international routes.
Club Jetstar members were eligible to access the deal from midday on Tuesday while non-members will have to wait until midnight.
The sale ends on at 11.59pm on December 17 unless all flights are sold sooner.
Travellers can head to several overseas destinations including Hamilton Island (pictured stock image)
Customers can will need to fork out a big more with flights to Seoul (pictured stock image of Seoul)
A spokesperson from Jetstar told Daily Mail Australia that discounted airfares would be on offer for flights until the middle of next year.
‘Travel dates vary per route but include early February to mid-June 2024.’ the spokesperson said.
The discounted airfares as part of the ‘Jetmas’ sale only cover flights one way and checked baggage is not included.
There are several flights that will be heading to tourist hotspot Bali (pictured)
Travellers who are keen for a trip to Adelaide (pictured stock image) can book a flight for $79