Today only: SpiceJet discounts upto Rs. 3,500

SpiceJet knows the promotions game and it keeps churning out new ones every now and then. There is one going on till midnight of 02 October, 2012 (India Standard Time) valid for travel till 15th October 2012 where you can get upto Rs. 3,500 off for your oneway / return trips on the domestic segments of the airline.


This discount is valid for all tickets booked via the phone, travel agents, at the SpiceJet ticketing counters on the airport or via and does not need a discount code to book, i.e., the discount is already built into the ticket price announced/displayed to you.

Here are the salient T&C:

  • Offer valid for booking  made between 7 pm, 1st Oct to 11:59 pm, 2nd Oct only.
  • Offer valid for travel till 15th October 2012
  • Offer valid across SpiceJet’s domestic network – Not valid on international flights.
  • Offer valid on one-way and round-trip bookings.
  • Offer valid for individual adults and children. Not applicable for Infants or group bookings.
  • SpiceJet reserves the right to amend/modify/cancel the offer without any prior intimation.

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