Travel has never been so easy.
For those with itchy feet, looking for their next adventure, Jetstar is making travel even more accessible with their annual birthday sale, announced yesterday.
Offering $0 returns on selected flights amongst other low fares to domestic and international destinations including Sydney, Darwin, Adelaide, Gold Coast, Brisbane, Sunshine Coast, Townsville, Cairns, Uluru, Perth, Whitsunday Coast, Hobart, Newcastle, Byron Bay, Phuket, Bangkok and Ho Chi Minh in Saigon.
The travel periods offered are between the 24th of July to the 19th of September, the 9th of October to the 18th December and between the 12th of February to the 27th of March next year.
Whilst some dates fall within university semesters, others offer a mid-term break or a well-deserved holiday over the Christmas and New year period.
Jetstar are also offering customers the ability to AfterPay their flights, meaning they can pay them off in four instalments, every two weeks.
Since Jetstar’s introduction of Afterpay for domestic flights last year, they have since teamed up with the “buy now, pay later” company to offer the service across international flights last week.
Jetstar’s chief customer officer Catriona Larritt in a statement said: “This means when booking your next holiday to Bali, Japan, Thailand or Hawaii you can book your flight now and pay later.”
Long gone are the days when travel was exclusive to adults earning a reasonable income, now giving millennials the power to explore the world, even on a minimal university budget.
The minimum spend on international flights is $200 is capped at $1200, only requiring customers to book flights using Afterpay at least two weeks prior to flying.
A fee of 1.5 per cent applies to all bookings made through Jetstar’s website, using Afterpay.