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No time for exciting intros about the sunshine and glamour of Los Angeles. There’s a ridiculous business class deal which will get you from Australia to the U.S. in total, flat bed comfort- if you act fast. Since flying business class for less than economy doesn’t come around often -let’s get to it.

This deal may be over, but might still work! It’s no longer bookable on Air New Zealand’s site, but it may be bookable on Expedia. Good luck. Congrats to those who booked.

The Ridiculous Business Class Deal…

Air New Zealand is out with an incredible “flash” fare. For just $944 round trip, you can fly from Sydney or Brisbane to Los Angeles, round trip. The deal will not last more than a few hours, so get on it, while you can. Found by Koika, on the Flyertalk forum, this provides an amazing opportunity to travel in style for literally the same price as economy.

The Dates You Can Jet Off…

This fare is valid from October 2017- May 2018. Availability is incredible. Simply play around on Google Flights to find dates that work for you, using their easy to use calendar.

How To Book This Deal…

Simply visit Google Flights, using this link. You can adjust dates or cities (Brisbane also works) and Google Flights will link you to Air New Zealand to book. Easy stuff! Book ASAP, and be sure to book direct with Air New Zealand. We think this is an incredible flash deal- but don’t make any non refundable travel plans for at least a couple days until we know it’s an official deal.

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