Topdeck are offering Australian customers return flights to LA from $799

To coincide with the launch of some new 2018 itineraries across USA and Canada, popular tour operator Topdeck has forced a partnership with Virgin Australia to help any early-bird Australian customers fly on over to L.A for a very, very reasonable price. We’re talking return flights from $799 here, offered throughout the month of August for anyone who takes up Topdeck on new tempting tours that go from hiking in the Canadian Rockies or surfing in Hawaii, to dog sledding in Alaska and celeb spotting in L.A.

Valid for selected itineraries spanning 7 days or more, Topdeck customers will be able to take advantage of the early bird special, or if they already have their flights sorted, nab a tour with a 10% discount instead. Though to redeem either offer the selected Topdeck tour must be paid in full by 31st August 2017.

For those scanning Topdeck’s impressive range of USA and Canada trips, there’s quite a bit to digest. You’ve got the tried-and-tested favourites remaining on the program, including new destinations like Hawaii, showcased with a 7-day “Hawaii Highlights” trip, and Alaska, an 9-day itinerary which packs in dog sledding, ice trekking, sea kayaking and maybe a bit of grizzly bear/humpback whale spotting along the way.

“Our early bird offers Aussies access to some of the most diverse destinations across USA and Canada, from big cities, iconic landmarks and national parks to the beautiful scenery in between”, said Topdeck’s Regional Manager for Asia Pacific Ben Ittensohn. “With some of our most popular trips selling out quickly each season, getting in early is essential”.

Next year will also mark an expansion to Topdeck’s “Hostel Plus” range, described as especially valuable for those looking to explore each city’s social scene with like-minded explorers.

For more information on the deal as well as Topdeck’s available itineraries head to the website HERE.


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Chris Singh

Chris Singh is the Deputy Editor of the AU review and a freelance travel writer. You can reach him on Instagram by following @chrisdsingh.

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