Keep Your Eyes Peeled for Jetstar 1 Cent Airfares

Information verified correct on October 24th, 2016
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Jetstar have announced today that their up-and-coming 1 cent fares’ sale is expected to happen in a place near you soon.

These amazing 1 cent airfare offers will be made available to all the JetMail members who have applied for the Jetstar MasterCard and the Jetstar Platinum MasterCard. The email sent to all members is considered to be the last reminder before the sale takes place. See our other reward credit cards.

You Can Be One of the Lucky Ones

Imagine you can pick up a 1 cent flight to any domestic destination on offer. While these bargains will be limited to select destinations, you can pick up other bargain prices for domestic and international destinations too.

Where 1 Cent Fares Won’t Be Offered

If you plan on using 1 cent fares to fly to and from WA and NT you will unfortunately miss out as both states will not be considered for the sale.

Who Can Buy?

If you have applied for either a Jetstar Platinum MasterCard or a Jetstar MasterCard, are currently waiting on your pending application, or are already holding one of these cards you can participate in the 1 cent fares sale.

Bonus Voucher on Your First Card Purchase

The first time you will be using your new card to make a purchase you will also receive a Jetstar voucher to the value of $100 if you hold a Jetstar MasterCard. If you opted for the Jetstar Platinum MasterCard instead you will receive a $200 voucher.

Both vouchers will be valid for 3 months to make your actual booking for travel within 6 month.

If you are eagerly anticipating this sale and are currently waiting for your card to be approved you simply have to keep your eyes peeled to you email inbox to access this exciting 1 cent fare sale.

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2 Responses to Keep Your Eyes Peeled for Jetstar 1 Cent Airfares

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    Jenny | September 11, 2015

    Hi, i have been thinking for a while to get a Jetstar. Credit card. I am the main one in the family who does most of the holiday arrangements, i am both a Qantas & Jetstar point holder along with my husband, we are self employed so hold a company name with combine income, if i want my name on the card would you except combine income amount to be approved for the card?
    Thank you

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      Jonathan | September 11, 2015

      Hi Jenny,

      Thanks for your inquiry.

      Please note that you have come through to, not Jetstar. To be eligible to apply, you must meet the minimum taxable income and other application requirements of the card you are applying for. You will also need to provide the contact details of your accountant, which is an added requirement for self-employed or retired applicants.

      Should you wish to speak or clarify anything with a Jetstar customer service representative directly, you may reach them through the contact details that I sent to your email address.

      I hope this has helped.



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