Jet Airways’ promotion: Get Rs.500-1000 off on your next flight booking

A week ago, I posted about a promotional sale that Jet Airways had launched around its global ops to celebrate its 20th anniversary. However, there was nothing for India announced then.

However, that offer came soon after. Jet Airways is offering for its domestic flyers in India, a discount code on your next booking, if you book for travel commencing on or after June 16, 2013. For a one-way reservation in Economy or Premiere, you get a coupon code for Rs. 500 off on your next booking, and for a return trip booking, you get Rs. 1,000 off on your next reservation (valid only on domestic travel). The coupon codes need to be used up before September 30, 2013, however you could book any dates into the future using those.


Not exactly the best promotion out there, but if you’re a Jet Airways regular, you may want to use this promotion for your next and the trip after on Jet Airways. Specially because Jet Airways has withdrawn the return fare discounts it used to earlier offer on their own website, something competition such as Indigo and Spicejet still offers.

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