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Jetstar Is Throwing In A Free Return Flight On Your Next Japan Trip

Jetstar Is Throwing In A Free Return Flight On Your Next Japan Trip

We know the year is young, but it’s time to lock in those 2020 travel plans. Why so hasty? Well, the latest Jetstar sale makes travel to Japan even more enticing than usual.

Here’s the deal: you book an outbound Starter fare to Japan, and the return flight home is free.

The offer includes flights to the major hubs of Osaka and Tokyo. You can fly from major Australian cities including Sydney, Adelaide, Melbourne and Brisbane, with fares varying accordingly. Most flights go via Cairns.

We can already taste the ramen.


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If you’re looking for the cheapest of all the tickets, Cairns direct to Osaka starts at $269, plus that free return. (So much spare change for yakitori and beer.) Otherwise, you can do Cairns to Tokyo from $299.

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Travel dates are available from as early as March 2020 through to March 2021.

There are many good reasons to jump on this Jetstar sale. You could fly into Osaka to welcome the incoming Super Nintendo World, or travel via bullet train to the stunning art island Naoshima. Or maybe you’re going to spend all your time in 7-Elevens. Whatever you do, pay heed to our tips for first-time visitors.

Hurry – these fares won’t last long.

(Lead Image: Tokyo / Wikimedia Commons) 

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