Great Indian Fare Sale 2: SpiceJet, Indigo & GoAir offer 30% off

This morning, less than a week after the 50% off fare sales from all 5 domestic airlines Spicejet, Indigo, GoAir, Air India and Jet Airways/JetKonnect got over, Spicejet was back in the market with a second fare sale this morning, this time promising 30% off on weekday travel for booking 30 days out. Indigo matched the fares in a few hours. While I wrote this, GoAir came into the mix as well. [Update: Air India and Jet Airways seemed to have joined this sale as well on the night of Friday 31 January 2014]

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The key terms and conditions on this one as follows:

  • Book between 31 January 2014 and 2nd February 2014 for +30 day travel upto 15 April 2014.
  • 30% discount on base fare and fuel surcharge is being offered
  • Only Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday travel attracts this discount
  • You need to ticket via an online travel agent, airline website or travel agent. Not available on purchases from airline ticketing counters.

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Here, a BOM-DEL ticket which usually prices at INR 6000 rupees, comes down to INR 4,600 approximately.

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SpiceJet’s website showed the same rates as well.

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If you want to compare and book via a travel agent, Expedia.co.in, Yatra.com, MakeMyTrip.com or GoIbibo.com are also offering the same fares.

I don’t think this sale will go with Air India and Jet Airways this time around, but then, airlines always tend to surprise, right?

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