“Buy an Etihad Travel Voucher between 10 – 24 June and we’ll add 50% to the value of your voucher for free. So when you’re ready to book your next trip, you’ll have more to spend on that well-deserved break. Here’s to brighter skies and a future filled with adventure. Call our team to buy an Etihad Travel Voucher”,
This is the exact way Etihad announced the offer on its official website.
In an attempt to get you to choose it for your future bookings, Etihad has announced that it offers a 50% bonus when you purchase a gift voucher.
This means that you would get a 33% discount on any flight you buy with it.
You can use your voucher to pay for Etihad Airways flights and extras such as extra seats or bags. You must be a member of Etihad Guest to be able to access this Etihad gift voucher. The coupon can be used for both online and phone bookings.
A 50% bonus is significantly more than the improvement we’ve seen in coronavirus refund coupons offered by various airlines, which generally only offer a 10% bonus. And, of course, those coupons were not for sale. Anyone can buy Etihad coupons.
Coupons are on sale for a limited time only, between now and June 24, and will be valid for two years. It will be implemented as a “Travel Bank Account” credit in your Etihad Guest account. If you don’t already have it.
The coupon can be used on flights, upgrades, and other accessories as of August 1, 2020. They are available in increments of $ 250, up to a maximum of $ 65,000.
Strangely, you must call Etihad to buy a travel voucher. It is NOT available on the website.
The offer has also its complete terms and conditions.
Here is the FULL list of terms and conditions taken from the Etihad site:
- Bonus credit applicable to all Etihad Travel Vouchers purchased between 10 – 24 June 2020
- This offer can only be purchased through our Contact Center
- You must be an Etihad Guest member to be eligible
- Valid for a period of two years, for travel from 1 August 2020
- Minimum voucher value US $250
- Maximum voucher value US $65,000
- Vouchers are non-refundable and non-transferable