Budget carrier Spicejet has hit the market again with a Rs 999 offer. SpiceJet launched the limited period sale offer on 28th July, which is offering tickets at a starting price of Rs 999 one way (taxes and fees not included) for travel on direct (non-stop) flights on its domestic network – this Spicejet offer is not valid for connecting, via, and international flights.
The three day SpiceJet sale launched on 28th July will be open till midnight, July 30, 2015, for travel period between August 4 – October 15, 2015. Tickets under this offer are non-refundable (taxes and fees are refundable), though changes are permitted at a charge of Rs 2,000, plus fare difference.
This sale is not available through the SpiceJet call centre or at airport ticket offices.
In the Spicejet offer list, routes available at the starting fare of Rs 999 include Bengaluru-Kochi, Delhi-Udaipur, Kolkata-Agartala, Pune-Goa, Amritsar-Srinagar, Hyderabad-Goa, Mumbai-Belgaum, Kolkata-Guwahati, Chennai-Vizag, and more.
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However, Spicejet has put many other routes’ tickets on sale at the next higher fare brackets of Rs 1,099, Rs 1,299, Rs 1,399, Rs 1,499, Rs 1,899, Rs 2,099 (not including taxes). Examples include Delhi-Jammu and Ahmedabad-Pune for Rs 1,099; Mumbai-Hyderabad and Delhi-Srinagar for Rs 1,299; Bengaluru-Pune and Chennai-Goa for Rs 1,399; Delhi-Ahmedabad and Mumbai-Bengaluru for Rs 1,499; Mumbai-Chennai and Mumbai-Kochi for Rs 1,899; Mumbai-Delhi and Kolkata-Port Blair for Rs 2,099; Mumbai-Amritsar and Delhi-Guwahati for Rs 2,499; Delhi-Goa and Kolkata-Bengaluru for Rs 2,599.
Spicejet sale offer: Highlights
* Booking period: July 28 – July 30, 2015
* Travel Period: August 4 – October 15, 2015
* Applicable on: Direct (non-stop) domestic flights
* Limited seats, offer available on First-Come, First-Served basis
Note: Limited inventory on offer and seats will be available on first-come-first-served basis. Sales fares are not applicable on group bookings. Spicejet says fares vary from sector to sector depending route, flight, time of day, and day of week, and flight schedules and timings are subject to regulatory approvals and changes.