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Now this is pretty cool. In honor of the Arabian Travel Market in April, Emirates is offering a 10% on flights to/from Dubai. For an airline that doesn’t often offer discounts, this is pretty good.

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The Details

  • Valid for flights from April 23rd- May 6th, 2019.
  • Only for travel to/from Dubai.
  • Use coupon code EVE6AM9.
  • Can be used for both economy, business, and first! (Though I will literally never be able to pay cash price for a first class ticket).
  • The discount can be applied to Saver, Flex, and Flex Plus fares.
  • Must be direct flights operated by Emirates.

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Though it says First qualifies for the discount, I’m not seeing any fare difference here. Maybe YMMV?

How To Book

  1. Follow this link and enter your details, as well as the coupon code.
  2. Don’t go here.
  3. Enjoy yourself.

Is anyone here planning on taking advantage of this?

H/T Points of Arabia

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