Awesome Cheap Flights To New Zealand And Australia!!!

Cheap flights to New Zealand and Australia don’t come along terribly often.  There aren’t a ton of flight choices to get there from the US.  That’s what makes the fare sale this morning kinda special.

Reader Haung alerted me to a Flight Deal post as I was waking up for fares under $400 to New Zealand.  That’s a crazy cheap fare!  The incredible thing about this fare sale is the number of cities it’s available from.  Here are all the cities coming up at $410 or less round-trip:

  • San Francisco [SFO]
  • Seattle [SEA]
  • Portland [PDX]
  • Phoenix [PHX]
  • Santa Ana [SNA] (Southern California)
  • Dallas [DFW]
  • San Diego [SAN]
  • Las Vegas [LAS]
  • Tucson [TUS]
  • San Antonio [SAT]
  • Austin [AUS]
  • Denver [DEN]
  • Spokane [GEG]

There are also a host of other cities at $610 round-trip, which is still a really great fare on this route.

On top of that, View From The Wing is up early as well posting about $444 round-trip fares to Australia.  Wow!

The Final Two Pennies

If you don’t live in one of these departure cities, don’t worry.  Think of this as part of a larger trip.  Use cheap flights or miles and points to cover your flight to one of the many available departure cities.  Think of airlines like Spirit or Frontier, but give yourself plenty of extra time in case of a mechanical or weather delay.

I wouldn’t sleep on these fares if you’re thinking of booking them.  Remember that virtually any flight that originates or departs in the US is eligible for a full refund for up to 24 hours after purchase.  These fares will go quickly!

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