For $2K, You Can Travel in Every Long Weekend in 2018 with a JetStar Package

You’re a very travel-oriented person, but you’re unwilling to use up a substantial amount of leaves for it.

So how?

Well, luckily for you, Jetstar has somewhat resolved that issue for you.

With this:

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So… what is it all about?

The Dips

Jetstar is listing a seven-return-flight package that coincides trips with every long weekend in Singapore throughout the year 2018, and it costs just $2,018 (what a coincidence).

Incidentally, the package includes all taxes and surcharges, and 20kg of checked in baggage for all the flights.

Exact dates

I bet you’re wondering; when are the exact dates?

Well, let’s check them out.

Long Weekend 1: Good Friday / Easter (Fri, 30 March – Sun, 1 April)

Image: BBC.comHo Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Destination: Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Plan: You’ll be boarding a morning flight there, and an afternoon flight back.

Leave days used: 0

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Cheapest individual flight on Jetstar: $261.72

AirAsia: $392.16

Scoot: $377.93

Long Weekend 2: Labour Day (Sun, 29 April – Fri, 4 May)


Destination: Okinawa, Japan

Plan: You’ll be taking a red-eye flight there and return on a morning flight.

Leave days used: 4

Cheapest individual flight on Jetstar: $474.08

AirAsia: Doesn’t fly to Okinawa

Scoot: No flights to Okinawa

Long Weekend 3: Vesak Day (Sat, 26 May – Tue, 29 May)


Destination: Bali, Indonesia

Plan: You’ll be flying off at dawn, and returning in the early hours of Wednesday morning.

Leave days used: 1

Cheapest individual flight on Jetstar: $370

AirAsia: $393

Scoot: $347

Long Weekend 4: Hari Raya Puasa (Fri, 15 June – Sun, 17 June)

Image: TripAdvisor

Destination: Hat Yai, Thailand

Plan: You’ll be flying off in the early evening, and coming back just past midnight on Monday, June 18.

Leave days used: 0

Cheapest individual flight on Jetstar: $294.94

AirAsia: Doesn’t take off to Hat Yai

Scoot: $194.93

Long Weekend 5: National Day (Thu, 9 August – Sun, 12 August)


Destination: Bangkok, Thailand

Plan: You’ll fly off in the morning, and take an afternoon flight back.

Leave days used: 1

Cheapest individual flight on Jetstar: $304.90

AirAsia: $337.20

Scoot: $246.83

Long Weekend 6: Hari Raya Haji (Wed, 22 Aug – Sat, 25 Aug)

Image: TripAdvisor

Destination: Taipei, Taiwan

Plan: You’ll be boarding a morning flight there, and return at around 1:00 a.m. on Sunday.

Leave days used: 2

Cheapest individual flight on Jetstar: $316.52

AirAsia: $618.00

Scoot: $426.49

Long Weekend 7: Deepavali (Sat, Nov. 3 – Tue, Nov. 6)

Image: Enchanting Travels

Destination: Yangon, Myanmar

Plan: Flights in November 2018 will only be released up to 6 months prior to the date of departure. As a result, prices and flight timings aren’t available. However, going by a similar period in October, the price range’s expected to be around $210.00

Leave days used: 2

Cheapest individual flight on Jetstar: $261.72

AirAsia: $426.66

Scoot: Doesn’t fly to Yangon

Here’s a breakdown of all flights, courtesy of Jetstar.

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How do you purchase the package?


  • Fill in your full details on our form available from 10am on Monday 11 December 2017.
  • We will contact you via phone to confirm your booking and collect payment via credit card.
  • Book 9 annual leave days with your company.
  • Enjoy your long weekends ahead in 2018!

News Flash

Do take note that like Uber promo codes, the package’s very likely to run out of stock.


So if you want to get it, you gotta be quick about it.

Terms & Conditions:

  • This package consists of 7 RETURN FLIGHTS to 7 DESTINATIONS for 1 passenger only, INCLUSIVE of 20kg checked baggage allowance for all flights, for a NETT price of $2018.
  • A maximum of 4 packages can be booked per person.
  • There is NO child, family or group discount.
  • All flights sold as part of the Jetstar Long Weekend Flight Package are non-transferable and non-refundable. Any flight not travelled will be forfeited and no refund will be provided.
  • Flight changes are permitted, subject to change fees and fare difference.
  • Accommodation and tours are NOT included in this Jetstar Long Weekend Flight Package.
  • The booking form will be available on Monday 11 December at 10am sharp. Successful submission of the form does not indicate confirmation of the package.
  • A Jetstar team member will be in contact for payment on Monday 11 December after 12pm.
  • Payment is by credit card only, booking and service fee will be waived.

Damn worth it?

After some quick calculations, it was deduced that…

The total you would pay with Jetstar, should you go for individual flights, would amount to $2,232.16. That’s roughly around $200 difference from the package fare ($2,018).

Not too bad. $200 could get you a lot of stuff.

So yeah, get it if you’re one who likes to scrimp and save on his leaves, enjoys short but routine trips year-round and appreciates the small savings here and there.

On the other hand, if you’re the kind that prefers 2 week-long vacations and not have your schedule tied down by pre-affixed dates, get the ala carte ones instead.


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