Save Up to 35 Percent With Qatar Airways Weekend Sale — April 2018

You can save up to 35 percent on airfares to select destinations through Wednesday, December 12, 2018 with Qatar Airways during this current weekend sale through which you must use your Visa credit card with promotion code VISAWKD when you book your tickets by Sunday, April 15, 2018.

Save Up to 35 Percent With Qatar Airways Weekend Sale — April 2018

Blackout dates apply — including additional blackout dates in some countries. Please review at the time of booking.

Country exclusions include flights booked on qatarairways.com to and from: Sudan, Iran, Iraq, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Egypt.

Discount applies to Economy and Premium Class return tickets. For flights where Business Class is not operated, First Class is applicable.

Discount does not apply to taxes, surcharges or any other standard market surcharges.

Seats are limited and are subject to availability.

Fares displayed include all applicable discounts.

Tickets are non-endorsable and non-transferable.

Please refer to the fare rules at the time of booking for change, cancellation and no-show conditions and fees.

In case of a no-show, a no-show fee is applicable on top of any change or cancellation fees.

Change fees are applicable on top of any fare differences.

For travel involving multiple booking classes, the most restrictive fare rules apply on the entire itinerary.

Child/infant discount applies with the exception of the companion offer.

Standard minimum and maximum stays apply. Please refer to the fare rules at the time of booking.

Stopover in Doha is allowed per Qatar Airways’ stopover policy.

Discount is not applicable to multi-city itineraries where the destination airport of the outbound flight is not the same as the originating airport of the inbound flight.

Other terms and conditions apply. Please refer to the fare rules at the time of booking.

Summary

This is not a great sale; but it is one worth considering if you planned on flying as passenger on an airplane operated by Qatar Airways anyway.

Source: Qatar Airways.


 

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