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Two free flights with Flybe credit card £1.00

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6y, 7m agoFound 6 years, 7 months ago
Regional carrier Flybe is currently offering a free voucher for two people to fly anywhere on the carriers network, for customers who apply for its Mastercard credit card before the end of June.

New cardholders normally receive a voucher for one free flight (not including taxes and charges), but this offer has been doubled until the end of this month, entitling the cardholder to fly with a companion anywhere on the Flybe network.

To qualify the cardholder must make a purchase of any value on their Spend and Fly credit card before July 31, and then return the subsequent claim form before August 31, after which they will receive the voucher.

The voucher is valid for twelve months, and the two flights must be taken together - the voucher does not entitle the holder to travel twice using the same voucher and cannot be used for the companion to travel on any alternative flight to the voucher holder.

In addition to the bonus flight offer, cardholders receive one Rewards4All point for every £250 spent on their card, with rewards starting at 16 points for a free return UK flight.

For more information visit http://www.flybe.com/card/offer_241.htm
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6y, 7m agoFound 6 years, 7 months ago
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#1
Ummm....

6. The bonus flight voucher covers the air fare only. Taxes, surcharges, insurance, advanced seat assignment, baggage, customs fines, immigration fees, airport charges, fuel surcharges, agricultural inspection fees, security, customer user fees or any other charges related to the booking must be paid by the voucher holder when making their flight booking.

Not really free then.
#2
still worth a dive though considering it could save you £100 fare.
#3
Fares are £10 tax is the other £90... I have BMI Miles to use on the same basis. I had enough points to fly to the US this year but the tax made it more expensive that buying the whole ticket from Virgin.
#4
I still have not been able to get through on the phone to use my free flight voucher having already spent 40 minutes at 10 pence a minute what a con

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