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48 Hour Sale: Syd $189, Brisb $207, Melb, $206

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48 Hour airfare sale: Sydney $189, Brisbane $207, Melbourne, $206


BLOODY GOOD DEAL | Air New Zealand started it this morning and Qantas followed suit an hour ago. You've got 48 hours to decide, book and pay but it's worth it. This is a cheap ONE WAY fare from Auckland, Wellington or Christchurch. SYDNEY NZ$189, MELBOURNE NZ$206, BRISBANE NZ$207. Prices exclude all ticket surcharges and taxes, and these are about $40 per person. Booking fee is $50 extra. Travel to be commenced and completed between 01 August and 20 September. Seats are limited so call us now on 0800 438688 or +64 (06) 878 4149 or +64 (07) 343 6125. Bonza! [Deal clock started 3.00pm 10.07.06]

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