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Unbeatable World Wide Sale - Book Your Next Escape Now

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10 June 201

Unbeatable World Wide Sale - Book Your Next Escape Now

With Queen’s Birthday done and dusted, the string of long weekends that we have been enjoying since the beginning of the year has unfortunately come to an end.

Flight Centre New Zealand’s executive general manager, Mike Friend, says that Flight Centre’s Unbeatable World Wide sale is featuring the hottest deals to destinations all over the world, to help Kiwis plan their next break and look to escape the winter cold snap.

“We’ve seen a spike with people coming in wanting to book their winter getaway. This sale features destinations all over the world – no matter where you want to go.

“Now is a great time to take advantage of these great deals and plan your escape so you have something to look forward to as the temperature continues to drop.”

The team at Flight Centre has put together their top five deals from the Unbeatable World Wide Sale

Amsterdam

Diverse, creative and rich in cultural history, Amsterdam conjures images of tourists and locals venturing about on their push bikes – in a city where the number of bicycles actually outnumbers the cars.

Home to over 6,000 historical buildings, you can spot the home of Rembrandt, the house of Anne Frank, the Van Gogh Museum, or just spend some time cycling through Vondel Park.

Flight Centre has return airfares to Amsterdam from $1,899* ex Auckland, per person.

For further details and bookings, contact Flight Centre on 0800 427 555 or visit www.flightcentre.co.n

*Price subject to availability. Valid for sales until 15 June 2013, unless withdrawn or sold out prior. Selected travel dates apply.

Singapore

There is no place in the world that offers tradition and modernity, quite like Singapore. With old colonial buildings representing the history of the past and brilliant skyscrapers on the horizon, Singapore shines with energy.

For you shopping fanatics, Singapore has a mall just for you - the Mustafa – and it’s open 24 hours a day. But be warned, you’ll need more than one day to explore it all – the six storey shopping centre stocks everything from Indian chutney and diamonds to plasma TVs and cars.

Flight Centre has return airfares to Singapore from $1,099* ex Auckland, per person.

For further details and bookings, contact Flight Centre on 0800 427 555 or visit www.flightcentre.co.n

*Price subject to availability. Valid for sales until 15 June 2013, unless withdrawn or sold out prior. Selected travel dates apply.

Honolulu; Hawaii

Pack your floral shirt – the love affair between Kiwis and Hawaii is getting hotter by the second. With increased competition between airlines, prices to Hawaii are fantastic value for money and Kiwis are taking advantage without any hesitation.

A great alternative for those that are looking to try something a little further afield than the traditional South Pacific destinations, with main islands of Hawaii all have their own unique charms and attractions, making it the perfection destination for everyone.

You can even try your hand at surfing with schools operating all over the islands and Waikiki Beach being one of the most popular places to learn.

Flight Centre has return airfares to Honolulu from $1,079* ex Auckland, per person.

For further details and bookings, contact Flight Centre on 0800 427 555 or visit www.flightcentre.co.n

*Price subject to availability. Valid for sales until 15 June 2013, unless withdrawn or sold out prior. Selected travel dates apply.

Samoa

There's nothing more defining of a true island escape than a journey to the beautiful islands of Samoa.

Just five hours away, Samoa is blessed with warm tropical weather, palm-fringed and unspoilt beaches, magnificent waterfalls and dense, lush rainforests,

You can also enjoy colourful coral reefs teeming with marine life, water sports (including surfing at some of the South Pacific's best-kept-secret breaks), in-land adventures, amazing blow holes and cool water holes.

Flight Centre has return airfares to Samoa from $485* ex Auckland, per person.

For further details and bookings, contact Flight Centre on 0800 427 555 or visit www.flightcentre.co.n

*Price subject to availability. Valid for sales until 15 June 2013, unless withdrawn or sold out prior. Selected travel dates apply, Pricing based on carryon luggage only

Buenos Aires

This is a destination that is bound to excite, thrill, challenge and infuriate. From Brazil to Peru, South America is far flung and exciting.

Situated on the southeastern coast of South America, Buenos Aires is home to the tango and you can see this being danced at almost every café and nightclub. Wander down El Caminito, La Boca’s most famous street – it’s lined with brightly painted houses and local artists selling their work.

Flight Centre has return airfares to Buenos Aires from $1,615* ex Auckland, per person.

For further details and bookings, contact Flight Centre on 0800 427 555 or visit www.flightcentre.co.n

*Price subject to availability. Valid for sales until 15 June 2013, unless withdrawn or sold out prior. Selected travel dates apply.

Flight Centre’s Unbeatable Worldwide Sale has a great range of airfare and holiday options.

For further details and bookings, contact Flight Centre on 0800 427 555 or visit www.flightcentre.co.nz

ENDS

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