Virgin Australia Just Dropped Over 250,000 Seats To $69 For A Valentine’s Day Sale
— 14 February 2023

Virgin Australia Just Dropped Over 250,000 Seats To $69 For A Valentine’s Day Sale

— 14 February 2023
Chris Singh
Chris Singh

As we continue with a rather consistent rollout of travel deals from Virgin Australia, the homegrown carrier has dropped another tempting flight sale that will run from today, Valentine’s Day, to next Monday, February 20. Over 250,000 seats flying across the country have now been reduced to $69 in a very obvious alignment to the day of love, particularly highlighting some of Queensland’s most romantic getaways.

“These bargain fares will leave you feelin’ really good,” says Virgin Australia in a quick press release, listing a bunch of Queensland destinations that range from Sydney-Sunshine Coast ($69 one-way) to Melbourne-Hamilton Island ($139 one-way).

Note that the following flight deals are only for Economy class and all fares are based on a one-way journey. The lowest price is, of course, $69 while the most expensive in the bargain goes to a one-way flight from Perth to Brisbane, priced at $219.

Sale fares are only available on select dates between April 27 and December 14, 2023 and, as above, you’ve only got until midnight AEST on Monday, February 20 to lock in the cheap flights.

Virgin Australia Valentine’s Day Sale 2023

  • Sydney – Sunshine Coast from $69 one-way
  • Sydney – Gold Coast from $89 one-way
  • Brisbane – Cairns from $99 one-way
  • Melbourne – Gold Coast from $99 one-way
  • Canberra – Gold Coast from $109 one-way
  • Melbourne – Sunshine Coast from $115 one-way
  • Adelaide – Gold Coast from $119 one-way
  • Launceston – Brisbane from $129 one-way
  • Melbourne – Hamilton Island from $139 one-way
  • Hobart – Brisbane from $139 one-way
  • Melbourne – Cairns from $139 one-way
  • Adelaide – Brisbane from $139 Lite one-way 
  • Brisbane – Townsville from $145 one-way
  • Perth – Cairns from $169 one-way
  • Perth – Brisbane from $219 one-way

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Chris Singh
Chris is a freelance Travel, Food, and Technology writer. He has had work published by The AU Review, Junkee Media and Australian Traveller Media and holds tertiary qualifications in Psychology and Sociology.


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