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Travel Deal Tuesday: New fare allows kids to fly for free to Bali.Source:Supplied

If the end of the school holidays has you dreaming of your next adventure as a family – this new deal to Bali will have you reaching for your passport in seconds.

As one of the most popular spots for Aussies to travel to – especially if you have little ones in toe – a cheap trip to Bali is never one to ignore.

Today, Jetstar has launched a “Kids Fly & Stay Free” sale – meaning you’ll only need to fork out for the kids on your next trip to the holiday island.

It launches today through the Jetstar website, and every child up to the age off 11 years will not only fly but also stay for free with the sale.

The catch? There needs to be a full-paying adult on-board per child, and as with most Jetstar deals – you’ll also need to splash out on baggage.

This new sale to Bali couldn't have come at a better time.

This new sale to Bali couldn't have come at a better time.Source:istock

The sale allows families to fly as early as April this year with selected departures right up until March 2021 – depending on the accommodation chosen.

With deals available from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Darwin and Perth, this national sale has flight and 12 luxury hotel combos from as little as $618.

Jetstar has launched its annual kids fly and stay for free sale. Picture: Sam Mooy/Getty Images.

Jetstar has launched its annual kids fly and stay for free sale. Picture: Sam Mooy/Getty Images.Source:Getty Images

At the Four Points by Sheraton in Kuta you can score five nights and return starter airfares – plus breakfasts and a whole lot of discounts – from Sydney priced from $853 (based on two adults and two kids sharing). From Darwin, it’s just $618.

If you’re in the market for something a little pricier, it’ll cost you $1053 ex Sydney and $1049 ex Melbourne to stay five nights at the Hard Rock Hotel Bali.

Now is a great time to grab a saving on certain cruise ships.

Now is a great time to grab a saving on certain cruise ships.Source:istock

If you’re looking for your next stay at sea – and one that won’t cost you thousands – this special rate on-board Carnival Spirit and Carnival Splendor could save you hundreds.

Carnival Cruise Line has launched its “Get Me Out Of There” sale with some pretty decent savings on many tropical South Pacific cruises, including trips to New Caledonia, Fiji and Vanuatu.

By booking now, you can save around $900 per cabin plus 50 per cent reduced deposits per person, and if you book by February 27, 2020, you can also secure a free cabin upgrade.

So, instead of paying $1049 for an eight-day cruise on-board the Carnival Splendor in an interior twin room, you’ll pay from just $834.

For a slightly longer voyage in June 2020, instead of the $1249 rate in an interior room, you’ll be paying less than $1000 for the trip.

To book, simply head to carnival.com.au

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