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Jetstar is having a sale on flights to Osaka and Tokyo, Japan. Lots of travel dates from Apr – Oct/20. Bags and Meals not included but you can add 20kg of luggage which ranges from $40 (Cairns/Gold Coast) to $65 (Melbourne) per flight, so double for a return journey.
**This deal has now ended**
But that doesn’t mean you’ve missed out. You can browse the latest travel deals here. If you’re looking for a particular destination, you can search for cheap flights to anywhere here, or request deals from your city.
>> Click on ‘view flight‘ to view flight times, then click again to be taken to the Jetstar site to book your tickets and check final cost (with bags, meals, seat select added on) .
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These cheap seats won’t last long, at most a day or so. If you find dates that suit, book it or miss out. Click on ‘view flight‘ to see flight times or to choose alternate dates. From there, you can then choose an online travel agent to book your flight.
Before you book: Read this article about booking online travel, then this one about travel agents, then listen to this podcast episode which features stories when I issued airline tickets.
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Hi, I’m Jade Jackson, Writer|Podcaster| Photographer.
Making a living as an independent creative is challenging, but I also have a lifetime of travel knowledge to share from the travel industry; however it also costs real money to keep this website going. In conjunction with my podcast – Jade Talks Travel, I aim to make independent travel easier by providing a single place, to be inspired, and then book any aspect of your journey.
By clicking on links provided on my website, Such as here and here, and then making a booking; those large corporations pay a small commission back to me. It’s not much (and it doesn’t cost you any extra, in many cases I’ve found cheaper deals for you), but sites like hotels.com, Expedia, Trip.com, Booking.com, Book depository (owned by Amazon) etc are global corporate behemoths, that can afford to slide a few dollars my way, so by booking or making purchases via my site, you’re helping to keep this website going, and ensuring an independent creative can keep producing more of the content you love. You can read more on this page.
I’m just one guy, trying to make the world a better place, through travel, so thank you. ☺️