Flash sale: IndiGo, Air Asia India, SpiceJet selling tickets from INR 888 onwards

It turns out, an airline may be dead, but the others won’t stop the practice of deep discounting. Four airlines are currently running sales, and selling tickets at a discount. Here is a quick update on which ones to catch.

IndiGo: INR 999 onwards

IndiGo, India’s largest carrier, has announced a summer sale across the 6E network. Till June 14, 2019, IndiGo is offering customers an all-inclusive fare starting at INR 999 across domestic and INR 3,499 across international sectors. This sale is valid for travel period between June 26, 2019, to September 28, 2019. A minimum of 15 days prior booking is required. You also get a cashback,

  • IndusInd Bank: Get 20% cashback* up to INR 2000 when you pay with IndusInd Bank Debit or Credit Cards. Minimum Transaction is of INR 4000
  • ICICI Bank: Get 5% cashback* up to INR 1000 when you pay using ICICI Bank Debit or Credit Cards Minimum Transaction is of INR 6000
  • Mobikwik: Get 15% SuperCash* up to ₹800 when you pay using Mobikwik wallet.

You can also buy your tickets from OTAs such as MakeMyTrip, Akbar Travels, ClearTrip, GoIbibo, Expedia


SpiceJet: INR 888 onwards

Till June 16, 2019, SpiceJet is offering customers an all-inclusive fare starting at INR 888 across domestic and INR 3,498 across international sectors. This sale is valid for travel period between June 11, 2019, to September 25, 2019. No period is specified on how many days prior you need to book a ticket.

You can also buy your tickets from OTAs such as MakeMyTrip, Akbar Travels, ClearTrip, GoIbibo, Expedia


Air Asia India

Till June 14, 2019, Air Asia India is offering customers an all-inclusive fare starting at INR 999 across domestic sectors. This sale is valid for travel period between June 26, 2019, to September 28, 2019. You can also buy your tickets from OTAs such as MakeMyTrip, Akbar Travels, ClearTrip, GoIbibo, Expedia

If you are already planning your travels through September 2019, then right now is the time to go ahead and make those bookings.

What do you think of these new sales from three no-frill carriers, and where are you planning to fly them?

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