Update 11/20/19: The last day of this flash sale / PR stunt is November 21, 2019 with 100 tickets for sale between Chicago and Brisbane for $100 each way.
While KLM and British Airways have gotten all the publicity for celebrating their centennial this year, Qantas is up next in 2020.
Qantas has been in the press already for its public relations “Project Sunrise” stunt. That initiative has had the Australian airline create a huge commotion over its future nonstop flights between New York and Sydney, and London and Sydney.
Now, Qantas is starting to kickoff its 100th birthday bash by offering $100 fares to Australia.
How’s a little trip to the Outback for a hundred bucks? At exactly 2pm PST each day between November 18 and November 21, 2019, Qantas will release $100 one-way tickets to Australia.
There’s a catch to all of this, naturally. The first is that you better be super speedy with entering your credit card details since there’s only 100 tickets available each day. The other caveat is that we won’t know when and where you’d be exactly going in Australia.
Update: The last day of this flash sale / PR stunt is November 21, 2019 with 100 tickets for sale between Chicago and Brisbane for $100 each way.
The one-ways must be purchased as a roundtrip for the selected city pairs and travel dates (once those are released). And the deal isn’t quite as good as the American Airlines deal a couple of weeks ago where you just needed 6,000 AAdvantage miles.
Still, $200 round-trip is definitely nothing to sneeze at to get to the Land Down Under, especially if your plans allows you to be flexible.
To book, make sure you have this Qantas marketing page handy at exactly 2pm PST.
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Will give it a try & hope for SYD but gladly accept a BNE or MEL ticket. Wonder if the low fare will allow advance seat selection?
The website was down yesterday, at least search the ticket from US internet.
Forget about it, the IT of Qantas is horrible.