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How to get a good flight deal in Australia: Adele Barbara raves about Jetstar Kids Fly & Stay Free

A former travel agent and mom has shared her biggest budgeting secret for booking a family vacation, but you’ll need to act fast.

“I’ve been a family travel blogger for six years now and was previously a travel agent…and I’m telling you now, this is one of the best deals I’ve seen,” wrote Adele Barbaro from Melbourne. in an unsponsored Instagram post.

The mother was referring to Jetstar’s current “Kids Fly & Stay Free” campaign, which runs until November 22.

For every full-paying adult, one child (under 11) can fly and stay for free at a pre-selected local or international destination – a godsend for those currently struggling to find affordable flights.

A former travel agent and mother have shared the biggest budget secret for booking a family vacation, but you need to act fast

The Melbourne mum couldn’t believe the “absolute bargain” the budget airline was offering – and prices start from $328 per adult.

“If you’re looking for a holiday bargain, this is it!” she said.

“There are tons of great value packages to lots of incredible destinations, which are also packed with great inclusions like daily breakfast, activities and more!”

The package can be applied to 38 holidays, including trips to Bali, Phuket, Fiji and Singapore.

Local destinations are also on the list, with all-time Aussie favorites like the Gold Coast and Cairns begging travelers to see their beautiful sights.

The package can be applied to 38 holidays, including trips to Bali, Phuket, Fiji and Singapore

The package can be applied to 38 holidays, including trips to Bali, Phuket, Fiji and Singapore

The package can be applied to 38 holidays, including trips to Bali, Phuket, Fiji and Singapore

‘[Jetstar’s scheme] makes booking family travel easy at really great prices,” Adele said delightedly.

The mother also revealed that she had booked one of Jetstar’s coveted vacations for her own family and would be traveling to a secret destination because of the vacation package.

The ‘Kids Fly & Stay Free’ program is exclusive to bookings made through Jetstar only.

WHICH AUSSIE DESTINATIONS ARE TRENDING FOR 2023?

1. Clear, highland, VIC

2. Marysville, Yarra Valley, VIC

3. Crackenback, Snowy Mountains, NSW

4. Goulburn, Capital, NSW

5. Wodonga, Murray East, VIC

6. Halls Gap, West Grampians, VIC

7. Tamworth, New England, NSW

8. Echuca, Central Murray, VIC

9. Yeppoon, Capricorn Coast, QLD

10. Nietta, Northwest, TAS

Jetstar is offering a 'Kids Fly & Stay Free' campaign through November 22 that requires one child (under 11 years old) to fly and stay for free at a pre-selected local or international destination for every full paying adult

Jetstar is offering a 'Kids Fly & Stay Free' campaign through November 22 that requires one child (under 11 years old) to fly and stay for free at a pre-selected local or international destination for every full paying adult

Jetstar is offering a ‘Kids Fly & Stay Free’ campaign through November 22 that requires one child (under 11 years old) to fly and stay for free at a pre-selected local or international destination for every full paying adult

Thousands thanked Adele for sharing the holiday package – and many were getting ready to book a holiday before they all sold out.

“Our whole family jumped on this!” said a mother. “We’re now having a big family vacation for my mom’s 60th!”

“I don’t care where I go, I just need a vacation!” exclaimed a man. “Anywhere would be great to go with my family, which we haven’t been able to do for a few years – this is a great deal!”

Femail’s top 10 travel tips

1. Put ‘fragile’ stickers on your checked baggage. That should help you get to the carousel faster

2. Go to the left row at security; most people go to the right because they prefer their dominant hand

3. Take an empty water bottle through security to fill up at the airside water fountain — you’ll avoid silly airport fees

4. Never pick up money at the airport; rates are normally terrible

5. Prices can go up every time you check flights online. Clear the cookies on your device to beat the algorithms

6. Ask for a discount when you book accommodation on Airbnb; send direct messages to five property owners and politely ask for a 25 percent discount if you go through them directly

7. If you’re a compulsive shopper, pack an empty bag to bring back all your goodies

8. On long train journeys, use a route map to check which side of the carriage gives you the best views before buying tickets

9. In restaurants, couples are invariably stuck in a corner. Book for three people for a better table and apologize later that your guest is unable to attend

10. Take a photo of your passport details page on your mobile phone and email it to yourself – this will help you get an emergency passport faster, should you lose your original passport

Adele recently gained sympathy from fans after she shared a hilarious experiment to see what would happen if she stopped throwing away the empty toilet rolls.

Mother and founder of Feminae Adele Barbaro, who lives in Melbourne, performed the failed “social experiment” to protest the fact that she always has to pick up the empty sandwiches.

Unfortunately, she now has twelve empty reels in her bathroom.

Adele recently gained sympathy from fans after she shared a hilarious experiment to see what would happen if she stopped throwing away the empty toilet rolls in her house

Adele recently gained sympathy from fans after she shared a hilarious experiment to see what would happen if she stopped throwing away the empty toilet rolls in her house

Adele recently gained sympathy from fans after she shared a hilarious experiment to see what would happen if she stopped throwing away the empty toilet rolls in her house

Survey

Who collects the empty toilet rolls from your home?

  • mom! 443 votes
  • Everybody! 264 votes

“In protest, I quietly stopped collecting toilet rolls a few weeks ago and threw them in the bin,” she explained on her latest Instagram post.

“It’s been a bit of a social experiment to see if anyone else in my family would do it.

‘They don’t. I expect this room will eventually fill up with toilet rolls and my family will continue to ignore them and just switch toilets and use the other toilet downstairs.’

Adele also shared a hilarious experiment to see what would happen if she stopped throwing away the empty toilet rolls and was shocked by the end result

Adele also shared a hilarious experiment to see what would happen if she stopped throwing away the empty toilet rolls and was shocked by the end result

Adele also shared a hilarious experiment to see what would happen if she stopped throwing away the empty toilet rolls and was shocked by the end result

Mums across Australia flooded Adele’s “recognizable” post with support.

“I feel this in my soul,” said one mother.

“Mine they stack vertically,” added another.

“I do this and then I just give in,” another woman commented.

“We had 42 rolls before I gave in. It baffles me,’ one woman laughed.

‘Oh I did this too! In the end I lost the plot and took all three kids and the man to the bathroom, I took the empty roll from the holder and had them all follow me to the bin where it goes!’ shared another fed up woman.

An Australian mom attaches money to rubbish in her home in a hilarious experiment to see if someone would throw it in the bin and claim the prize

An Australian mom attaches money to rubbish in her home in a hilarious experiment to see if someone would throw it in the bin and claim the prize

An Australian mom attaches money to rubbish in her home in a hilarious experiment to see if someone would throw it in the bin and claim the prize

Earlier, an Aussie mom wanted to see how often chores get done around her house when she doesn’t do them.

She taped a $20 note to an empty toilet roll and placed it upside down with a “finders keeper” note taped to it.

After six days, no one had collected the rubbish.

“Need something to inspire kids and husbands to tidy up the house?” Clearly this game hasn’t worked here yet, maybe one day,” she captioned the images she shared on Facebook.

“For now, I’ll keep increasing the prize money, knowing it will come back.”

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