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NT Summer Sale Different in every sense

NT Summer Sale Different in every sense

Save up to $1000 if you're fully vaccinated

The Northern Territory’s Summer Sale is on again until 31 March 2022.

If you’re fully vaxxed you can save up to $1,000 off a Northern Territory holiday this summer. Choose from a selection of travel packages, plus take off an extra $200 for every $1,000 spent from one of our travel partners, NT Now/Holidays of Australia or Helloworld/Viva Holidays.

So roll up your sleeve, take advantage of the savings and experience an unforgettable Northern Territory holiday this summer.

In more great news, Monday 20 December 2021 will see the Northern Territory introduce quarantine-free travel for all fully vaccinated Aussies, regardless of hotspot classification. For the latest information about Northern Territory interstate travel arrivals, please visit the NT Coronavirus website.

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How it works

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1. Get your jabs

If you’re fully vaccinated (double dosed), you can access the NT Summer Sale discount.

Visit Services Australia to get your COVID-19 digital certificate. Keep this handy – you’ll need it to unlock your Summer Sale savings.

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2. Book & save

Book your travel package through our NT Summer Sale partners below. You can book online or in person until 31 March 2022.

Take off $200 for every $1000 spent (up to a maximum of $1,000 off a $5,000 package).

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3. Enjoy your holiday!

Enjoy your visit knowing you’re vaccinated and saved yourself some serious cash!

Remember to share the love and show us your travel snaps on social media using #NTaustralia.

Visit our Summer Sale FAQs page for help and more information.

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