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You Can Fly As Many Times As You Want In Malaysia With Air Asia’s RM399 Unlimited Pass!

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With interstate travel within Malaysia now allowed, Air Asia has introduced a RM399 unlimited pass that you can use to any state of your choice!

Exclusive for BIG members in Malaysia, you can purchase your unlimited pass starting 11 – 13 June 2020 and travel anytime between 25 June 2020 – 31 March 2021, subject to availability.

However, do note that flights redeemed with the RM399 unlimited pass does not include government taxes and fees, add-ons and other charges.

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You can fly as many times as you want within Malaysia to any of these 16 destinations

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How to purchase your RM399 unlimited pass

  1. Visit www.airasia.com/deals or select the ‘Deals’ tab on the Air Asia app.
  2. Log in with your BIG member account
  3. Click on ‘Air Asia Unlimited Pass’
  4. Read the terms and conditions and FAQs and how to redeem the pass before purchasing
  5. Click on ‘Purchase now’

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Terms and conditions

However, there are some terms and conditions when selecting your flights. Unlimited pass holders can only book flights with the “100% OFF” signs.

If your selected flight does not have a “100% OFF” sign, this could mean that the unlimited pass is not available for your selected date. Air Asia suggests that you keep changing the dates until you find an available flight.

The value you see in the example shown below are the airport taxes and fees payable for that sector and the total summary of payable taxes and fees shown in the black box at the bottom.

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How to redeem flights with the RM399 unlimited pass 

  1. Visit www.airasia.com/deals or select the ‘Deals’ tab on the Air Asia app.
  2. Log in with your BIG member account
  3. Click on ‘My Purchases’ then select ‘View now’ Air Asia Unlimited Pass
  4. Click on ‘Redeem’ which will take you to the flight search widget on airasia.com OR manually COPY AND PASTE your unique promo code into the ‘promo code’ box in the search widget bar on airasia.com
  5. Search for your flights
  6. Choose flights marked ‘100% off’ which are applicable under this pass
  7. Make payment to complete your booking
  8. Redemption successful

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Non-refundable

Do note that flights purchased with the RM399 unlimited pass cannot be refunded or transferred. Your pass will be forfeited after three consecutive no-shows for any of your confirmed flights.

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If you think this is a great deal, visit www.airasia.com or use the Air Asia app for more information. Remember, you can only purchase your tickets from 11 to 13 June 2020, so hurry up!

Stay safe and stay healthy!

 

Also read: Vacation Time! Here’s What You Can Do In Every State In Malaysia, From North To South!

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