DGCA asks SpiceJet to stop its promotional offers: discounted fare and free voucher

SpiceJet has to stop its offer sale of tickets because of the government imposed fare limits.
The DGCA imposed limits on fares after when the domestic flights were started on 25 May. The government has asked SpiceJet to stop its 5-day sale of the ticket with some special offers.


The offer of SpiceJet is valid on the tickets which are for one-way travel. The base fares for the one-way travel are starting from Rs 899 excluding taxes.


These fares are valid on several routes of the airlines.

Several routes

These routes were available under the Rs 899 offer of the SpiceJet.


what is the offer of SpiceJet?

SpiceJet travellers who book a flight ticket under the sale will get an additional flight voucher of the maximum value of Rs 2,000 for one booking.

Travellers can book a flight ticket under this sale complimentary flight voucher with a maximum value of Rs 2,000 per booking. Buyers can use their voucher when they book a new ticket again.

These vouchers will be delivered online to the buyers within the 48 hours of the booking they had made.

SpiceJet vouchers have a validity of travel period until October 15, 2020.
Flyers can also purchase some extra facilities that they want like seats of their own choice. First check-in service which can help flyers to rid off standing in lines.

Flyer’s choice boarding and bag out service for Rs 149. Flyers is provide with an option to upgrade to SpiceMax at a special price of Rs 499.

These offers do not apply to group bookings and this offer is could not be combined with any other offer. SpiceJet also stated that flight fares may vary for different routes.

This voucher can be redeemed by the person in whose name the ticket is book during this e sale and applicable on bookings made on the SpiceJet website only.

Vouchers are valid for the one transaction only. and could be redeemed 7-days in advance. These were non-refundable and could not be exchanged for cash, the airline had said.

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