Scoot’s Salty Sale means an inexpensive visit to Krabi or Phuket for $169 each way.
The price includes taxes but luggage and food are extra.
Not a Thailand person? No problem because Singapore is priced from $149 and the Maldives from $199.
If you feel like heading out a little further, why not visit Athens in Greece from $329?
Travel periods next year range from February 10 to March 30; May 1 to June 15; July 25 to September 20; and October 16 to November 30.
If you prefer to visit in 2020, there’s a window of opportunity between February 5 and March 29.
Tickets go on sale on November 7 from 10am Perth time.
The sale ends at 11.59pm on November 11.
(Top image: Chalong Buddhist temple, Phuket. Picture: Stephen Scourfield)
- For more information visit flyscoot.com.
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