Qantas is Offering Free One-Way Flights With a Catch to Australian Outback

If you’re planning a trip to Australia this year, you can score a free flight to visit the Northern Territory. Tourism Northern Territory  has struck an enticing deal with Qantas Airways. If you book a Qantas international flight between now and July 31, for flights through December 31 to Sydney, Melbourne, or Brisbane, Tourism Northern Territory will cover the cost of your one-way onward ticket to Darwin, Alice Springs, or Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock. Obviously you’re paying a lot already for that flight to Australia, so the Northern Territory is trying to attract more tourists their way.

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In order to qualify for the deal, you’ll have to spend at least two nights in the Northern Territory.

Terms and Conditions

Offer only valid with purchase of international Qantas Airways tickets through participating partners, and a two-night minimum stay in the Northern Territory at the time of booking. Offer valid for new bookings from 31 May – 31 Jul 2018, for travel until 31 December 2018, on one-way flights from Melbourne, Brisbane, Sydney to Alice Springs, Darwin and Uluru (via Alice Springs). There is a limit of one free one-way flight per person, per booking. Package pricing subject to change.

HT: Thrillist

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