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Ian McIntosh’s Top10 travel deals

Cheap Qantas flights to Asia

Qantas has Asia on sale – but only for eight days. Whether you want to hike the Great Wall of China or wander the timeless alleys of Tokyo, book now. Qantas Travel Insurance is also offering 1,000 bonus points when you purchase an International policy. The sale ends 11.59pm (AEST) 29 July 2019. Details here

Explore the real Paris

If you are heading to Paris and are looking for interesting tours Viator is a name to remember. Right now they are offering up to 20% off tours. The secret sites and hidden gems walking tour of Paris explores arcaded pathways, hidden alleys and grand boulevards and visits specialty food shops to sample everything from macarons to artisan cheeses. Details here

More value from Travelodge

Travelodge Hotels always offer good value – and right now during the winter sale get an extra 35% at properties across Australia and New Zealand. Choose from 18 hotels for your next getaway and use promo code WINTER35 to unlock the deal. You have to be an eClub member by the way  – joining is simple. The Sydney Wynyard property for instance costs from $129 per night. Details here

Return for free Bali flight

Jetstar has released a return for free bali holiday deal from $449 out of Adelaide for instance. The sale ends 11.59pm AEST Wednesday 31 July 2019, unless sold out prior. Prices are based on two full paying adults, twin share and shown as pp unless otherwise specified. Book an eligible Jetstar Holidays package and receive a return Starter fare for each passenger, free. Conditions apply. Details here

Get $600 onboard credit

During MSC Cruises Mid Year sale head for the Caribbean, Mediterranean or Arabian Peninsula and earn up to $600 onboard credit per cabin. In the Mediterranean over 11 nights aboard MSC Opera, visit Rome and Messina in Italy, Olympia, Heraklion and Rhodes in Greece, Limassol in Cyprus and Jerusalem.  More detailshere

The top US amusement park

Visiting an amusement park in the US is an essential item in your itinerary particularly if you love thrilling rides – but where do you go? Readers of tripadvisor have just voted on the top parks and the winner is Universal’s Islands of Adventure in Orlando Florida. There are plenty of other attractions to choose from however. Have a lookhere

$500 off a Bunnik 2020 tour

Adelaide based Bunnik Tours was awarded Best Tour Operator – International at the 2019 National Travel Industry Awards. The Europe 2020 program is now out featuring 21 small group tours. The good news is if you book by September 27 you will secure a $500 saving pp. Details here

Beat winter blues with MAS

Malaysia airlines is promoting a beat the winter blues package with various deals from each state. Return fares start from $565. Book now until July 30 for travel until March 31, 2000. Fares from Melbourne to KL for instance start at $675 on MH 146/147. Tokyo is $680 from Adelaide. A bonus is 15% off on Kuala Lumpur International Airport Golden Lounge access and extra legroom seat bundle. See here

$150 off Europe airfares

Europe Holidays is taking $150 off airfares on a range of tours including Moscow to the Baltics and the 11 day Classics of Turkey tour. Visit: Istanbul, Ankara, Cappadocia, Pamukkale, Kusadasi, Pergamum, Troy, Canakkale, Dardanelles, Gallipoli, Istanbul. Another itinerary is the Danube to Seine tour. More details here 

Always pay in local currency when overseas

Have you ever been asked while travelling whether you wanted to pay in Australian dollars or the local currency? According to Australian Frequent Flyer, The offer to pay in Australian dollars overseas is known as “dynamic currency conversion”, and it’s a complete rip-off.     When a customer pays using dynamic currency conversion, the merchant makes a commission. So it’s in their interest for you to pay in your home currency….not yours. More details here

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