Budget airline Jetstar has announced a limited number of $10 domestic flights to celebrate flying in New Zealand for 10 years.
Until Wednesday you can snap up a one-way flight from Auckland to Nelson, Nelson to Wellington, and five other routes for $10 - the same price as a bottle of beer in Auckland.
Aucklanders can also jet to the Cook Islands from $159 one way, and flights from Christchurch to Melbourne will cost just $89.
The cheap-as-chips flights are on sale from 12.01am today until 11.59pm on Wednesday, June 12 or until sold out.
Jetstar has made a name for itself as a budget airline but it had a bumpy start in 2009, accused of underdelivering following a massive marketing campaign.
Chief executive Bruce Buchanan told the Herald on Sunday at the time he believed the bad press was a deliberate act of sabotage by Air New Zealand.
The airline says in its first year it flew more than one million Kiwis on domestic services, including many who had never flown before.
It has since transported more than 19 million domestic passengers, and now has 11 domestic routes.
Auckland to Napier from $10 one way
Nelson to Auckland from $10 one way
New Plymouth to Auckland from $10 one way
Palmerston North to Auckland from $10 one way
Wellington to Nelson from $10 one way
Christchurch to Auckland from $10 one way
Wellington to Christchurch from $10 one way
Auckland to Wellington from $25 one way
Auckland to Queenstown from $39 one way
Wellington to Queenstown from $35 one way
Auckland to Sydney from $109 one way
Auckland to Melbourne from $99 one way
Auckland to Gold Coast from $99 one way
Christchurch to Melbourne from $89 one way
Queenstown to Melbourne from $149 one way