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Freedom Air Is In A Fare Frenzy

Freedom Air Is In A Fare Frenzy

For the next 48 hours Freedom Airs fares to Australia are on sale at ridiculously low prices in what can only be called a ‘fare frenzy’.

For the 6th and 7th of March 2005 selected fares from all six of Freedom Airs New Zealand ports, are on sale from as low as $79* to $99* (one way, internet only).

These really, really small fares are available for travel between 6 March and 30 June 2005, inclusive.

And with just 48 hours to grab one of these great fares, they are sure to fly out the door.

Auckland Brisbane or Gold Coast from $79*
Hamilton Brisbane, Gold Coast, Sydney or Melbourne from $99*
Palmerston North Brisbane, Sydney or Melbourne from $99*
Wellington Brisbane from $79*
Wellington Gold Coast from $99*
Christchurch Brisbane or Gold Coast from $79*
Dunedin Brisbane, Gold Coast, Sydney or Melbourne from $99*
*These fares exclude all taxes, levies and surcharges of $44 (Brisbane), $41 (Gold Coast), $60 (Sydney) or $45 (Melbourne)

The Small Print

The special fares are for travel between 6 March and 30 June 2005 inclusive. Seats at these prices are limited and may not be available on all flights. They are only available online at until 7 March 2005. Bookings can also be made through the Reservation Centre on 0800 600 500 where a service fee of $10 each way, per adult, applies.

Fares, taxes and insurance surcharges vary between individual Australian departure ports so check out or call 0800 600 500 to calculate a return fare. Other conditions also apply to this offer.

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