SpiceJet and Indigo 40% off sale fares till June 19

I’m trying to keep up with these fare sales but they don’t seem to stop! I think the Indian leisure flyer hasn’t had it as good in a few years now, with continuous sales on offer by various airlines, however, these sales are causing a lot of pain to airlines such as SpiceJet of course.

SpiceJet started off by offering a sale fare yesterday morning, which will be available till June 19, 2014 and has some attractive offers. For instance, the Mumbai Delhi sector which usually sells at INR 5000+ is on offer at INR 2999 all inclusive.


You can ticket these sale fares between 17 and 19 June 2014 and travel between 19 July and 30 September 2014.

Of course, Indigo matched the sale last evening as well, and you can buy Indigo tickets for the same prices now as well, and undercut in some cases. You can book till 19 June 2014 for travel 19 July 2014 onwards.


Of course, all these tickets are on OTAs as well, and you can use all sorts of promotions to get an even lower fare. You can also book these links to support us: GoIbibo, MakeMyTrip.com, Expedia and Yatra.com.

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