SpiceJet Announces ‘Zero Change Fee’ Offer For Domestic Flights

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No-frills carrier SpiceJet has introduces a new ‘Zero Change Fee’ offer for its domestic flyers, under this exiting offer the airline is allowing its customers to reschedule their flight without having to pay any Change Fee.

SpiceJet Zero Change Fee Offer

As per SpiceJet, domestic passengers are now entitled to make changes in their travel dates at least 7 days before the date of departure with its ‘Zero Change Fee‘ offer.

The offer is valid on all direct domestic flight bookings made during the Offer Period i.e. 27th March’2021 to 4th April’2021 for travel between 27th March 2021 and 30th June 2021.

It must be noted that to avail the waiver of the change fee, booking must be modified at least 7 days prior to the flight departure date. The airline will charge standard charges for bookings changed within 7 days of the flight departure date.

The offer is valid on bookings made via all channels including SpiceJet’s website, mobile site, reservations, airport ticketing counter, OTAs, etc. Fare difference will be applicable for flight changes and facilitation fee shall be applicable for flight change requested through Reservations or Airport Ticketing Counters.

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SpiceJet Add-Ons Offer

Apart from the Zero Change Fee, the airline is also offering special discounted prices for an array of add-on services such as seats, meals, SpiceMax, and You1st.

Add OnSpecial Offer Price
Meals, You 1st & Preferred SeatINR 249
SpiceMaxINR 799

The Add-ons need to be selected by the customer in the booking flow while making a fresh booking under this offer.

The flat discounted price on Meals is valid on the Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner menu only. Discount is not applicable on Chef’s Choice and Special Meals. Also, this offer, in no manner, can be clubbed with any other scheme/offer/discount/ promotion, etc.


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