In an effort to win back the Australian public after months of negative press Qantas has launched an unprecedented seat sale for Australia’s two major football Grand Finals in Melbourne and Sydney
The 24-hour sale on flights to and from Melbourne and Sydney will help fans get to the footy on Grand Final weekend.
- Sale fares include:
- Melbourne-Sydney/Sydney-Melbourne from $139 one-way
- Brisbane-Melbourne from $175 one-way
- Brisbane-Sydney from $139 one-way
- Auckland-Sydney from NZD $249 one-way
- There are also sale fares available on other cities into Melbourne and Sydney over that weekend, including $129 one-way from Adelaide to Melbourne.
- The sale applies to flights:
- To Sydney between 28 September – 1 October 2023 and out of Sydney between 2 – 4 October 2023
- To Melbourne between 28 – 30 September 2023 and out of Melbourne between 30 September – 4 October 2023
- The sale fares are available for a 24-hour limited time* on Tuesday 19 September 2023 from 10 am AEST via qantas.com and travel agents.
- Qantas is waiving the standard flight change fee on these fares for one flight change so that fans can put the fare towards any other flight (route or time) over the next 12 months if their team doesn’t make the Grand Final. (fare difference may apply).
*Sale ends 10:00 am (AEST) 20 September 2023, unless sold out prior. Selected routes, travel dates and conditions apply. Offers are subject to availability—prices are based on payment at qantas.com by BPAY or POLi.
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