Jetstar - $1 domestic flights in January

6 December 2010


In January, Jetstar will have thousands of $1 sale fares to selected Australian Jetstar destinations. Other amazing sale fares to selected Australian and International destinations will also be available in this exclusive sale. $1 fares will not be available to/from WA and NT.

You can gain access to the sale with these 3 easy steps.


1. Book any return flight online at between Monday 6th of December and midnight (AEDT) Monday 13th December 2010 where travel is completed between Monday 6th of December and Wednesday 22nd December 2010.

2. Make sure you use the email address that you have used to register for JetMail in the booking process.

3. You will then receive an email with the exclusive sale link in early 2011. This will give you all the details and access to the $1 sale and other amazing sale fares to selected Australian and international destinations. Sale fares will be strictly limited. Be quick, so not to miss out!

TOPICS:   Travel

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  • ntowill
    Important Sale Information If you book for more than one person only you will receive access to the sale. You must use your registered JetMail address (ie: this email address) in the booking process for a qualifying booking to gain sale access. Important Flight Information ^JetSaver Light fares have no checked baggage allowance. Carry on baggage limits, including size restrictions, will be strictly applied. Passengers with more than the applicable carry on baggage allowance will need to check in baggage, and charges will apply. More details on cabin baggage. For all card payments an additional $7 per domestic return flight and $10 per passenger per international return flight will apply unless you pay with a Jetstar Mastercard or Jetstar Platinum Mastercard. Fares are web only, and non-refundable. To be eligible for the sale you must purchase a return fare on Limited changes are permitted, charges apply. Availability is limited (not available on all flights or days). All travel is subject to the Jetstar Conditions of Carriage. See for more details

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