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Up to 50% off long haul flights (or BOGOF?)

kippy Avatar
8y, 2m agoFound 8 years, 2 months ago
Fly on luxury airline Ethiad Airways to Johannesburg £349, Abu Dhabi for £199, Kuala Lumpur £389, Bangkok for £349 and Dubai £199. There are thousands of seats available for Eros Card holders. Book by 14 September.

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Etihad Airways, the National airline of the UAE, is offering Eros Card holders exclusive flight offers to some of the most exciting destinations across the Middle East and Asia - there are thousands of seats with up to 50% off.

Etihad was recently voted as one of the top ten airlines in the world by airline review site, Skytrax. Enjoy award-winning food and service, with cradle seats and 500 hours of on-demand entertainment aboard their brand new aircraft.

Book flights by 14 September and take your outbound flight by 15 October.

This week's offers
Abu Dhabi - £199
Bangkok - £349
Dubai - £199
Johannesburg - £349
Kuala Lumpur - £389 (cheapest i could find was £650)

All fares include taxes and charges.

Booking period ends at 23.59 Sunday 14 September.
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#1
These offers are exclusive to Eros Card holders only.
To book, simply log in below.
If you are not already an Eros Card holder, you can register for free below.

[COLOR="Purple"](folks, to register is so easy and straightforward, and you dont need to top up your credit to take advantage of these offers)[/COLOR]

BOOK BY 14 SEPTEMBER 2008. OUTBOUND FLIGHT BY 15 OCTOBER 2008

Terms & Conditions:
• Minimum stay 3 days
• Maximum stay 1 month
• Must be booked by 23.59 14 September 2008
• No changes or refunds
• No stop over permitted
• No child or infant discounts
• London Heathrow originating
• All fares include taxes and charges.
• Online bookings only (see details once you have logged in). No telephone bookings.
• Full terms of conditions will be provided at the time of booking.
#2
Abu Dhabi
http://i.thisislondon.co.uk/i/pix/2008/08/pro-FrontViewArch_fa_ext-HR-232x140.jpg


Bangkok
http://i.thisislondon.co.uk/i/pix/2008/08/pro-200440364-001_fa-232x280.jpg

Kuala Lumpur
http://i.thisislondon.co.uk/i/pix/2008/08/pro-PETRANAS_TOWER_RT_v3-232x280.jpg

Dubai
http://i.thisislondon.co.uk/i/pix/2008/08/pro-dreamstime_3162629-232x280.jpg

Johannesberg
http://i.thisislondon.co.uk/i/pix/2008/08/pro-ABF3GT_cover_fa-232x280.jpg
#3
Great price to Dubai, I just tried to sign up but it says that the offer is only available to people within the areas the Evening Standard is sold !
#4
Good deal, voted hot, shame I've just bought tickets to US with expedia deal, no more holidays left!!

Code when you go through to the page

http://www.etihadairways.com/eveningstandardoffers code is: flyinluxury
#5
adam787_1
Great price to Dubai, I just tried to sign up but it says that the offer is only available to people within the areas the Evening Standard is sold !


google a restaurant in londons postcode and put the postcode as near your workplace and it will work i booked a flight next month to bangkok for £350.20 over £300 off the fare voted HOT HOT HOT
#6
How can these airlines afford to do this?!?
banned#7
if only i could book for the summer times!
#8
afropuff_fraggle;2949235
Good deal, voted hot, shame I've just bought tickets to US with expedia deal, no more holidays left!!

Code when you go through to the page

http://www.etihadairways.com/eveningstandardoffers code is: flyinluxury


Thanks for that, shame the dates are so restricted last return flight has to be on or before 15th October.
#9
i would love to book the tickets but can't unless i am out of my mind (busy work) ... pity !
#10
robot1000
How can these airlines afford to do this?!?


maybe they have own fuel?
#11
robot1000;2949417
How can these airlines afford to do this?!?


It's the national ariline of the UAE, one of the richest (and oil laden) countries in the world.
#12
Fat Bird
It's the national ariline of the UAE, one of the richest (and oil laden) countries in the world.


the credit crunch hasnt impacted dubai.

but dubai did impact manchester city FC this week!!!
#13
it's good not to have to depend on the usual companies who think they control the world economy.

ALL FOR FREEDOM OF CHOICE.
#14
Ibz52007
if only i could book for the summer times!


Same temperature in Bangkok all year round!!!!!
#15
Looks like a XL deal to me!!
banned#16
goombahxxx
Same temperature in Bangkok all year round!!!!!


Holidays!
#17
Dubai is hot but different and Bangkok is a wonderful world of mysteries, I loved it. These are good prices. Heat has been added :-) xx
#18
goombahxxx
Same temperature in Bangkok all year round!!!!!


Maybe, but don't forget the high humidity and rain in the wet season!
#19
waynehayes
Maybe, but don't forget the high humidity and rain in the wet season!

We have a wet season in the U.K all year round :p
banned#20
I wish I could find cheap flights during kids school holidays.
If this offer included half term (25th October onwards) then it would be excellent.

Oh well :(
[admin]#21
Make sure you book with a CREDIT CARD!

I don't think these are guys are going bust any day soon but it pays to be cautious these days.
#22
kippy
maybe they have own fuel?


they get free FUEL
#23
What are the hotel prices like? It will be v.exensive for Duabi? Prob more than the flight itself?
#24
Admin
Make sure you book with a CREDIT CARD!

I don't think these are guys are going bust any day soon but it pays to be cautious these days.

It pays to be cautious always!
banned#25
Sarah88
What are the hotel prices like? It will be v.exensive for Duabi? Prob more than the flight itself?

There is a wide variety ranging from about £50 a night through to several hundred pounds a night.
Check sites like travel advisor.
#26
expired now though, frickin' coold!
#27
PM me for new link.

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