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SpiceJet ‘Spicy Annual Sale’ Offers Tickets at Just Rs 737

SpiceJet launched ‘Spicy Annual Sale’ exclusively offering one-way fares as low as Rs 737 inclusive of all.  The offer is valid only for select destinations on its domestic network.

The sale lasts only for four days and will be open till midnight of 24th November. The travel period covers between 9th January 2017 to 28th October 2017.

The starting fare of Rs 737- inclusive of all is applicable on sectors like Jammu- Srinagar – Jammu, Chennai – Coimbatore – Chennai, Agartala – Guwahati covering distance up to 500 kms and Chandigarh – Srinagar – Chandigarh.

Air tickets for Bangalore to Delhi are available at Rs 2,900. Spicejet has come up with aggressive fares in the earlier too .And now, the Airline is repeatedly coming up with blockbuster offers and discounts.

Since the past one year, competitors like AirAsia are also being inclined in catching up with SpiceJet in offers and discounts.

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Tickets for this sale are available on www.spicejet.com, SpiceJet mobile app, on online travel portals, travel agents, and airport offices. However, Tickets under this offer are refundable and are changeable with a change fee and fare difference.

Another thing comes all of the surprise is the airlines is also accepting Rs 500 and Rs 1000 currency notes at its airport counters till the midnight of 24th November. Though, such Bookings are non-changeable and non-cancellable as per government directives.

“There is limited inventory under the offer, and seats will be available on First-Come-First-Served basis,” the Spicejet spokesperson said.

Sales fares are unavailable on group bookings and are not combined with any other offer. The offer is applicable exclusively on non-stop flights and fares may vary from sector to sector depending on the flight schedules, travel distance and timings are subject to regulatory approvals and changes.

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