Travellers looking to escape the Australian winter for a tropical getaway can get their hands on flights and accommodations for a fraction of the price.
With Click Frenzy's biggest travel sale set to launch online on Tuesday, February 26 at 7pm for 29 hours, a host of companies have put their best deals forward to take you to the Maldives, Vietnam, China, Sri Lanka, Bali and Paris.
Eager shoppers can expect big savings on airfares, holiday packages, accommodation, cruises, exotic tours, travel essentials, private villas in tropical locations, and more.
Webjet, Flight Centre, Air New Zealand, Qatar Airways, STA Travel, Hilton, Mantra, Luxury Escapes and Intrepid Travel are among the big brands participating in the bargain bonanza.
'February is also widely recognised as the most popular time to book a holiday with flight bookings open for the Christmas period, so it's the perfect time for a sale,' managing director of Click Frenzy Grant Arnott said.
Travellers looking to escape the Australian winter for a tropical getaway can get their hands on flights and accommodations for a fraction of the price (stock image)
Webjet will offer exclusive deals including a 10-day China tour and flights from $699, and a 10-day Singapore and Maldive package from $2,999 including flights.
Travellers can get up to 75 per cent off holiday packages from Luxury Escapes, which includes 63 per cent off a five-night Maldives holiday.
Intrepid Travel will slash up to 35 per cent off select trips at multiple destinations include Galapagos Islands, North Vietnam and Northern Territory - while Xiamen Air will launch a 20 per cent off international flights.
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Holidaymakers looking to escape Australia's cooler weather can snap up to 64 per cent off deals from Flight Centre, including a five-night Bali getaway with flights from $1,199.
You can also find up to 78 per cent off accommodation packages from The Bali Bible, including a five-star Bali resort stay at tropical Equilibria Seminyak.
sri lanka travel looking to travel to France can get their hands on Paris return flights from $955 via Trip.com - while Accor Hotels Apartments & Leases is set to slash up to 50 per cent off holiday packages.
Holidaymakers looking to escape Australia's cooler weather can snap up to 64 per cent off deals from Flight Centre, including five-night Bali getaway with flights from $1,199 (file image)
'The popularity for our travel sales continue to increase each year and we're expecting a staggering 1.2 million visitors during the bonanza,' Mr Arnott said.
'We have a variety of renowned international and local brands participating, with the majority of the deals exclusive to our sale.'
For visit sri lanka , Webjet Exclusive general manager Brendan Sawyers offered his advice for shoppers wanting to take advantage of the mega sale.
' travel guide tend to offer greater discounts by travelling in shoulder and low seasons away from school holiday periods where hoteliers become somewhat more reliant on value to drive bookings,' he said.
'For example, the tropics are frequently on sale during wet seasons so if you can stand some humidity and a tropical shower or two then it's great value, but you just need to think about what experience you want and what's worth your dollars.'
Webjet will offer cheap deals including a 10-day China tour and flights from $699 (file image)
He encouraged shoppers to know how much money they are willing to spend and try working their budget back to a cost-per-day before diving in Click Frenzy.
'Also, consider what payment options are available. For most Webjet Exclusives' tours, you just need to pay a low deposit to confirm your spot so you can snatch a great bargain today and finalise payments at a later date.'
Mr Sawyers said flights to destinations such as Maldives, Sri Lanka, and Vietnam will have the biggest sales.
'The biggest sales are usually seen in destinations that have increased competition,' he explained.
'Also, destinations that rely on Australian tourism like Bali are likely to have great deals to keep the regular year-round flow of Aussies.'
This year's event will be the first to extend beyond the typical 24 hours - running from 7pm Tuesday, February 26 (AEDT) to midnight Wednesday, February 27.