SpiceJet INR 999 sale for 2015 dates

We are just half way into 2014, but it is time to bring to you the first edition of the July fare sales. SpiceJet is at it again, having launched a sale for travel between January 6, 2015 to October 24, 2015 offering fares from INR 999 plus taxes and onwards.

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I was able to find INR 999 fares in the case of Mumbai – Goa for instance, however total ticket costs were way ahead at INR 1669 because of the various fees and taxes which SG needs to pay over and above their own costs. Sale fares are tagged, and makes it easier for you to find them.

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If you think there is a travel plan you have for next year, you could surely look to book it up now, although in my personal experience I have ended up cancelling these tickets when booked more than few months out. You can book these tickets between July 08, 2014 to July 10, 2014 (extended till July 12, 2014 2359 IST).

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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  1. Hi,

    My sister in law is flying from Mumbai to Leipzig in October this year to pursue her further studies.
    I need your expert advise on which airline can we choose that will give her a good extra baggage student allowance, cheap fare and student amenities, if any.

    Looking forward to hear your suggestions on this! Many thanks in advance.

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