Qantas: Try For A Ticket From Dallas To Australia For $200 Round-Trip!

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Qantas is offering 100 daily seats for $200 round-trip at 2pm PST/5pm EST through Thursday.

Today’s special will go live at 2pm PST/5pm EST for 100 seats from Dallas to Sydney.

  • There will be 10 seats on each of the following outbound dates from Dallas to Sydney:
    • May 3, 4, 10, 11, 17, 18, 24, 25, 31
    • June 1

Return dates are more flexible. The minimum stay will be 7 days and you can stay up to 12 months.

You’ll have to be quick to grab one of the seats on sale!

Remaining specials running tomorrow at 2pm PST/5pm EST will be from Chicago to Brisbane.

Will you try to grab some of these seats on sale?

Sydney opera house:


Sydney Harbour Bridge:

Kangaroo at Angelsea Golf Club on the Great Ocean Road:


Great Ocean Road, outside Melbourne:


Wineglass Bay, Tasmania:


Whitsunday Islands:

Back in 2010-2011 Mimi and I flew around the world on the now defunct American OneWorld first class round-the-world award for 230K miles. In Australia we used the award to stop off in MelbourneSydney, Tasmania, and the Whitsunday Islands. Truly an awesome country!

  • 3-5 days in Sydney would give you enough time to experience the phenomenal Park Hyatt, climb the Harbour bridge, check out the Opera House, pet some Koalas and Kangaroos, and have a day in the Blue Mountains.
  • 4-6 days in Melbourne would allow for a road trip of the sublime Great Ocean Road and the breathtaking Grampians before going to to Melborune for Shabbos at the excellent Park Hyatt which is around the corner from a great Chabad House. A flight from Sydney to Melbourne is just 4.5K BA Avios with no fuel surcharges.
  • 2-4 days in Hamilton Island or Cairns would give you time to snorkel or dive the Great Barrier Reef. If you’re going to Hamilton Island you’ll also be able to check out famous Whitehaven Beach and the Whitsunday Islands. A flight from Sydney to Hamilton Island is 7.5K BA Avios with no fuel surcharges. Sydney to Cairns is 10K Avios.
  • We spent 4 nights covering the entire beautiful island of Tasmania without realizing just how much driving that would entail. Doing over a week would have been ideal.  A flight from Sydney to Tasmania is 4.5K BA Avios with no fuel surcharges.
  • We didn’t make it to more remote places like Uluru, Kangaroo Island, Perth, or the Australian Outback, but perhaps on a future trip? Then again 10K BA Avios can also get you from Sydney to New Zealand. That’s been on my bucket list for a very long time…

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3rd day in the row site is crashed. Bunch of marketing scammers from Qantas trying to drive free attention to their business


I actually snagged a pair of seats today, after nothing but error messages earlier this week. Came up as $70-something for the outbound and $120-something for the inbound, equally $200 each.
Literally while typing in my credit card information to ticket, the screen changed to a Qantas error page. Couldn’t get back to finishing ticketing. Extremely frustrating.


So you didn’t actualy snag seats. Cause that would mean you were able to complete the booking.


Same thing as earlier. Each day I tried. Makes me wonder if this was a scam to get people excited


I bet you the amount office internet traffic trying to get one office those seats made their website crash.


I actually got the ticket on monday from la to melbourne. It crashes a bunch of times but you just have to get lucky that one time it doesnt. After about an hour of it saying error it finally went through. Would recommend using multiple devices to increase your chances but it does work you just have to lucky because there are only 50 tickets and so many people trying at the same time.


Hi Dan. Having hard time to book Israel using Qantas Points. For march. Would you be able to help please