Jetstar drops free Japan return flights

Penny Burfitt
Lifestyle & Entertainment Producer

Travellers can return from Japan for free with new Jetstar deal. Photo: Getty Images

Jetstar has followed up a stellar domestic flights deal last week with a jaw-dropping offer for travellers heading to Japan.

The budget airline will be offering travellers a free return flight from the land of the rising sun alongside some seriously impressive fares that could see a round trip set travellers back less than $300.

Flights included in the sale are flying from Sydney, Melbourne and Cairns into either Osaka or Tokyo a no-brainer for anyone already planning a trip, and a hefty motivation for those seeking a 2020 getaway.

Best fares include $270 from Cairns, $460 from Melbourne and $456 from Sydney, meaning no matter where you’re leaving from you can get there and back for under $500.

The flash sale dropped this morning and will wrap up on Monday evening, meaning available flights should be snapped up in a speedy fashion.

Travellers to Tokyo can return for free. Photo: Getty Images

With travel date chunks ranging from March 2020 through to March 2021, travellers can book their holiday on almost any month within the specified range.

The fine print is that the flights must travel through Cairns is good news for Queensland travellers and a few extra hours for Melbournians and Sydney-siders.

Extra saving on accommodation

In extra motivation for those who remain undecided, booking.com is wrapping up it’s 2020 20% off accommodation deal with some nifty offers in both cities.

Tokyo hotel rates are going for as little as $100 for two adults per night, and Osaka doubles are still available for $106.

Accommodation deals are also available in Osaka. Photo: Getty Images

For the adventurous, a trip to a traditional Onsen comes highly recommended, with a recent dip into the world of Japan’s hot spring spas leaving yours truly well and truly converted to the public bath experience.

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