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Fly like a Tiger on the cheap in post-Christmas sales

Tiger Airways is holding a Boxing Day sale featuring return airfares from just $1 when you buy a round trip.
Tiger Airways is holding a Boxing Day sale featuring return airfares from just $1 when you buy a round trip. Cade Mooney

FLY home from Sydney for only $1.

That's the price Tiger Airways is offering passengers who book online for the return flight to Coffs Harbour in February and March.

Tiger's 'Raw' sale for flights is in operation until New Year's Day but Tiger Airways Australia Head of Communications, Vanessa Regan, urges Boxing Day bargain seekers to get in quick.

"Tiger is all about giving Australians a 'fare go' and this week's Boxing Day sale featuring return airfares from just $1 when you buy a round trip certainly delivers on that front," Ms Regan said.

"The best value deals are expected to be snapped up quick so jump online today to avoid disappointment."

Flights between Sydney and Coffs Harbour on Tiger Airways take flight from February 15.

To qualify for the ridiculously low fare simply purchase a two way round trip for travel in February or March.

The $1 return domestic fares are only available for the return sector for two-way travel. Seats are limited.

Please see terms and conditions prior to booking.

Topics:  cheap flights, holidays, tiger airlines, transport, travel



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