Want to go to Australia? This week, Qantas—the world’s oldest continuously operating airline—is celebrating its 100th year with a tremendous set of deals: $100 one-ways between the U.S. and Australia. In honor of the 100-year milestone, 100 of these fares will be released at 5pm ET/2pm PT over the next four days, starting today. Each discounted one-way fare must be purchased as part of a roundtrip ticket.
Each set of 100 fares will apply to flights between Australia and one U.S. gateway city. Today at 5pm ET/2pm PT, for example, the 100 fares will turn up in searches on the Qantas website for flights between Australia and Los Angeles (LAX). To find one, you’ll likely have to start searching right away, be ready to book, and get lucky. Once all 100 fares have been booked, they’ll be gone. The same will be true for the three remaining sets of 100 fares, released at 5pm ET/2pm PT tomorrow, Wednesday and Thursday. The remaining U.S. gateway cities will be San Francisco (SFO), Dallas/Ft. Worth (DFW) and Chicago (ORD).
More information on this Qantas sale, and fare restrictions like travel dates, will be available (and updated) on this deal page.
If you miss out…
If you miss out on the $100 one-ways, know that there’s another part of this Qantas sale. The airline is also offering incredible fares on roundtrips to Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane from all its U.S. gateways. For example, I just put a $695 LAX-SYD roundtrip non-stop AA flight on hold (AA is a Qantas partner). You can search for these fares using Google Flights.
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