GoFirst and Spicejet airlines announced crazy discounts for the flights running between June and September. You can now book flight tickets during this GoFirst Spicejet Sale at prices as low as ₹2,500. The sale of the upcoming monsoon season was announced on 20 April. Read on to know more about these tickets at discounted rates.
All The Details You Need To Know About GoFirst Spicejet Sale:
The booking dates for the sale have already begun. It started on 20 April and will continue for a few more days this week. You can book the tickets at discounted rates for the flights that are scheduled for June, July, August, and September. The most important point to remember is that this offer is only applicable on domestic flights.
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- The booking period for Go First starts on 20 April and will continue till 25 April.
- The tickets are scheduled between 20 June and 30 September 2022.
- Lastly, the fares for this sale start from ₹2,490.
Tick-tock, Tick-tock, get your trips locked! ⏰
Enjoy fares starting as low as ₹2490* (all-inc) and ✅ that dream destination off your bucket list!
Book now – https://t.co/E6z4j5JMCp pic.twitter.com/srqAXkfJsv
— GO FIRST (@GoFirstairways) April 20, 2022
- The booking period for Go First starts on 20 April and will continue till 23 April.
- The tickets are scheduled between 20 June and 25 September 2022.
- Lastly, the fares for this sale start from ₹2,492.
Don’t let anything stop you from travelling this summer. Here’s something that will make you pack your bags right away. #SpiceJet presents the ‘#FLYAWAYSALE’. Now book your domestic flights at unbelievable fare starting at just Rs.2492/- (all-inclusive). https://t.co/PykmFjYcix pic.twitter.com/NGfq5Xv1Gy
— SpiceJet (@flyspicejet) April 20, 2022
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We are all aware of how the fuel prices are increasing and it was only Saturday when the jet fuel prices hiked by 0.2%. In between all these surges in fuel prices, the private airlines announced their sales. There have been a total of 8 hikes since 1 January and the ATF prices increased by ₹39,180.42 which is almost equal to 50%.