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Dreaming Of Another Holiday? The Boxing Day Sales Have You Covered

Flights starting at $25? YES PLEASE.
You'll find me here in 2017.
You'll find me here in 2017.

Forget gadgets, clothes and homewares for this year's Boxing Day sales -- flight deals are where it's at because why get another toaster when you can book yourself holiday? For as little as $25.

Jetstar, Flight Centre and Qantas have brought some seriously impressive deals to the Boxing Day madness, making sure that there's never been a better day to book a flight than Boxing Day 2016.

Jetstar are offering domestic fares from as little as $25 one way for their Melbourne to Hobart route or a cheeky $29 for a Sydney to Melbourne ticket.

Their cheapest international deals start from $99 (yes, THAT CHEAP), that's for those travelling from Darwin to Singapore or Townsville to Bali each way.

If you are a Sydneysider you can book a little adventure to Auckland from $125, you could even head from Sydney to Honolulu from as little as $239 each way.

Honolulu anyone?
Honolulu anyone?

Qantas have launched their Big Boxing Day Sale, you can travel from Perth to Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane for as little as $179. WOOOOHOO.

Flight Centre is offering flights to Los Angeles from Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane that start from $949 return -- and stacks of other international locations. You've got 4 days to book.

If you like a bit more adventure, Intrepid Travel has up to 30% off their world adventures.

"Want to hike the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu? Tick two world wonders off your list on a journey through Jordan and Egypt? Take an epic foodie jaunt through Japan?" their website reads.

If you answered yes to any of these questions (and who wouldn't?!), well now is a bloody good time to book.

Of course, as per usual, there's certain dates you have book inside but hey a cheap deal is a cheap deal and isn't everybody's New Year's resolution to travel more?

May as well get started early.

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