24 Hour Sale on Webjet's International Flights - Ends Midnight TONIGHT (15/03/09)

15 March 2009

Webjet have flights across the globe, on all major airlines, on sale for TODAY ONLY.

Departures to be taken from 17/03/09 - 31/01/10.
(Excludes New Zealand and Fiji)

As this sale is for today only, seats may go quickly - so if you were thinking of taking a trip, maybe now is the time to look and book.

"Sunday Sale Conditions:
This offer is for bookings made from midnight Saturday 14 Mar 09 to midnight Sunday 15 Mar 09, for departures 17 Mar 09 until 31 Jan 10 and can be withdrawn anytime without notice. Discount is for new bookings made during the sale period and does not apply to Australian domestic airfares, flights to and from New Zealand and excludes Jetstar International and Pacific Blue airfares. Normal airfare conditions and booking fees apply; details will be displayed during booking process."

TOPICS:   Travel


  • lisss
    OMG their website is so difficult to navigate, I can't work out how to get a quote for a Bangkok to Perth flight - I give up!!!
  • nod
    :D I think so too Lisss. And to be honest I tend to find that they are a little bit more expensive than other travel sites. Remember you need to factor in that these guys take a 'booking fee'. This may be negated by the cashback from Bucky - if you spend enough of course. I think Jetstar, Tiger and Air Asia have been the best thing to happen to OZ in a long time when it comes to travel
  • odysseus
    It's not impossible, but the interface could definitely be improved. The sale thing is unclear as it doesn't actually say what the sale is. On the itineraries I checked it was a 2.75% discount, which is reasonable in these times of low margin airfares and commission TAs, but not that great in a relative sense. That said, there's definite dodginess in their pricing. I tried some fares I knew and the upfront price matched elsewhere (virtually - it was $2 dearer) less the 2.75% discount. However, when you then confirm the booking and it displays the total pricing, the price and fares it displays are much higher than that selected. One confirmed price should have been ~$5500, but it displayed ~$10500 as the total. Another should have been $2184.75 but came up as $3335.29 and there was no explanation for either. If you're not paying attention to the calculation you could easily get ripped off.

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