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Grabaseat offers 500 domestic flights for just $1

30 January 2019

Crack open the piggy bank:

Air New Zealand’s Grabaseat is anticipating an online fare frenzy this morning, with 500 flights to 12 destinations across the North and South Island available for just $1 each way.

Dollar deals up for grabs from 9.00am today include regional routes such as Gisborne-Wellington, Auckland-Kerikeri, Christchurch-Palmerston North, and Auckland-Rotorua, as well as 45 seats in each direction on both Auckland-Christchurch, and Auckland-Wellington.

Savvy travellers looking for an international getaway can also snap up $99 one-way flights to Noumea and Niue, $299 one-way fares from Auckland to San Francisco and Houston, and 90 return trips to Shanghai from $649.

Air New Zealand Chief Revenue Officer Cam Wallace says the ludicrously low fares are the perfect excuse for an impromptu getaway – but customers need to be quick.

“While we expect these ultra-low flights to sell in minutes, Grabaseat has new offers every day. Downloading the Grabaseat app or signing up to email alerts is the best way for customers to be among the first to spot a special.”

The $1 fares are available online now at grabaseat.co.nz.

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