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IndiGo offers discounts for vaccinated passengers

IndiGo offers discounts for vaccinated passengers

The pandemic is trembling the globe. The vaccination has been going on in many countries across the world to control the transmission of COVID-19. Yet, some people are not showing interest in getting vaccinated. In this context, many companies are motivating them by announcing offers and discounts for vaccinated people.

Recently, IndiGo announced a discount of up to 10% for vaccinated passengers. It launched the Vaxi Fare scheme, under which vaccinated Indians who travel in the airline can avail a discount of up to 10%, subject to certain terms and conditions.

To get the discount, passengers should book their tickets on the website of IndiGo. Visit the website and select the Vaxi Fare option while entering your arrival or departure destination. Enter the dose you have received – first dose or second dose. Choose your preferred flight option like onward or return journey and press continue. Enter your details to complete the booking. Your travel date should be at least 15 days from the date of booking to avail of the offer.

As the main intention of Indigo is to encourage the vaccination of citizens against COVID-19, a valid vaccination certificate is essential to obtain the discount offered by it.

In other words, you must carry your vaccination certificate issued by the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare. You can also show your vaccination status on the Aarogya Setu mobile application at the airport check-in counter. If you fail to do so, you may be denied boarding, or you will be charged the difference amount in the fare. You will have to pay the applicable change fee, if any, along with the full fare.

The offer does not apply to group bookings of the airline. It is applicable to one-way journeys, round-trips and multi-city flights of IndiGo. The offer is valid on select fare types for domestic travel.

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