Welcoming Winter with Thai Vietjet’s Winter Special Vouchers

Welcoming Winter with Thai Vietjet’s Winter Special Vouchers

Enhancing passengers’ experience with more valuable options for travel, Thai Vietjet introduced ‘Winter Special’ Gift Vouchers, offering travel vouchers with super saving value.

Passengers can purchase the vouchers in three price variations of THB300-valued voucher at the price of THB199; THB700-valued voucher at the price of THB499; and THB1,000-valued voucher at the price of THB699, to redeem for one-way or round-trip ticket on Thai Vietjet’s entire domestic flight network. The vouchers can be purchased from now until October 31, 2021, at https://gift.skyfun.vietjetair.com/winter#, with redemption until November 30, 2021 and travel during November 1, 2021 – March 31, 2022 (no black-out period, terms and conditions applied).

Terms and Conditions:

  • Unnamed Vouchers, one person can buy unlimited number of vouchers.
  • Redeemable for booking Thai Vietjet’s domestic flights on www.vietjetair.com.
  • Redemption period: October 11, 2021 – November 30, 2021
  • Travel period: November 1, 2021 – March 31, 2022
  • Voucher can be redeemed single time, applicable for fares only
  • Can be redeemed for one way/ round trip on Thai Vietjet’s domestic schedule flights
  • One voucher is valid for one booking.
  • Remaining amount cannot be kept for further redemption, non-refundable nor convertible to cash. 

Currently, Thai Vietjet has resumed its flight services across the entire domestic network with commitment to providing highest level of safety and has been performing aircraft disinfection throughout its fleet, in compliance with Thai Ministry of Public Health and CAAT’s directives. The airline has also continued efforts to provide best supports to its passengers through all possible contact channels.

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