Flight Fares Drop Owing To Airline Monsoon Sales

With the monsoons right around the corner, most airlines such as Jet Airways, Air Asia, etc. have announced their monsoon sales. Owing to this, flight fares are at an all time low, making it the best time for travellers to plan their vacation for the coming months. One can quite easily book flights by Indigo and GoAir starting at Rs.800 and by SpiceJet & Jet Airways starting at Rs.1100 for sectors such as Bangalore-Chennai, Chennai-Coimbatore, Delhi-Jaipur, Bagdogra-Guwahati, Delhi-Dehradun, Mumbai-Ahmedabad, etc.




To top this, travel metasearch ixigo is carrying out a ‘Last & Final Call’ Sale on the 8th of June. On booking a flight during this sale, users are entitled to a flat cashback of Rs.750 on their first flight booking made via ixigo. All they have to do is open the ixigo flights app or website, compare fares from various travel portals such as Yatra, Cleartrip etc. and make a booking using the coupon code: FLY750. Users will receive their cashback in their Citrus Wallet within 30 days of booking, which can also be transferred to their bank account.


Commenting on the sale, ixigo CEO & Co-Founder, Aloke Bajpai said – “Considering this is probably the last airline sale before the monsoon fully kicks in, we thought it would be great to offer travellers some extra discount as a nudge to plan a trip. The best part is that everyone booking via ixigo will get to take advantage of the already low fares offered by various airlines and online travel sites plus get an extra cashback of Rs.750. So if travel’s on your mind, it’s time to pack your bags.”

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