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Book Qantas’ Flights Direct to Perth and be in to Win

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BOOK QANTAS’ FLIGHTS DIRECT TO PERTH AND BE IN TO WIN

Less fly time means more holiday time, Auckland-Perth for just $399 one way

15 August

The summer months are nearly here and to celebrate, Qantas has great fares on Australian destinations from just $199 economy one way and an amazing entertainment prize up for grabs!

With Qantas’ twice-weekly direct Auckland to Perth flights kicking off from December 6 – April 25 2014 and with fares starting from just $399 economy one way, why not make beautiful Western Australia your next holiday destination? Fare is valid for travel on Sundays between 1 February and 22 March 2015

Food, wine, entertainment and a generous luggage allowance is included with Qantas, so you can sit back and enjoy your journey the moment you step foot on the plane. You’ll also stack up Qantas Points to reap more benefits when you travel.

Now’s the perfect time to book that summer getaway – book return flights to Australia on http://www.qantas.com.au/travel/airlines/home/nz/en between 15 and 22 August 2014 and you’ll instantly go in the draw to win a Bose entertainment prize pack valued at more than $950!

The prize pack contains one set of Bose QuietComfort® 3 Acoustic Noise Cancelling® headphones, a Bose SoundLink® Mini Bluetooth® speaker and a retractable car stereo cable.

Check out all the great Australian fares on offer and book now at http://www.qantas.com.au/travel/airlines/home/nz/en Sale ends 11.59pm August 22, 2014, unless sold out prior. Select departure dates, days & conditions apply.

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