Qatar Airways Travel Festival: Amazing Fares & Up to 15% Off for Visa Cardholders

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Qatar Airways is holding their Travel Festival Sale with great airfares and an additional savings for Visa cardholders.

The Offer

Get 2017 off to a flying start with the Qatar Airways Travel Festival and receive an additional discount of up to 15% on Economy or Premium Class tickets when you book your flights using your Visa card.

How It Works

Enter the promo code ‘VISA’ when you book your tickets between 9-16 January 2017 for travel between 11 January and 15 December 2017.

Key Terms

  • Sales period: January 9-16, 2017
  • Offer valid for travel from January 11 to December 15, 2017. Blackout dates apply.
  • Offer valid on Qatar Airways operated flights for Visa cardholders only.
  • Purchases can only be made through www.qatarairways.com by entering the promotional code “VISA” at the time of booking.
  • Qatar Airways will not be responsible for any fare differences if customers fail to enter the given promotional code at the time of booking.
  • Fares displayed will already include the applicable discounts.
  • The Visa additional discount applies to eligible Qatar Airways Travel Festival fares.
  • Discount applies to air fare only.
  • Discount does not apply to taxes, surcharges and all other standard market surcharges.
  • Discount does not apply to companion offers or special offers for 3 and more passengers.
  • This promotion can’t be used in conjunction with any other promotion code on qatarairways.com during the Qatar Airways Travel Festival.
  • Valid for return fares only.

You can find the full details and terms here.

Sample Deals

During this sale there are a number of fantastic discounted fares available. Per God Save the Points, here is a small sample:

  • $475 roundtrip Atlanta To Kuala Lumpur (Economy)
  • $500 roundtrip Los Angeles To Jakarta (Economy)
  • $625 roundtrip New York To Dubai (Economy)
  • $2000 roundtrip Los Angeles To Singapore (Business)
  • $1900 roundtrip New York To Singapore (Business)

One Mile at a Time also has a good analysis of how these fares will earn in the American Airlines program.

About Shawn Coomer - Senior Editor

Shawn Coomer has spent nearly a decade circling the globe for pennies on the dollar. He uses that first-hand knowledge and experience to teach others how to achieve their travel dreams for the least amount of money possible.

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