Enrich 6.6 Mid-Year Campaign Offers 60% Bonus Enrich Points For Flight Ticket Purchases
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Loyalty programme Enrich by Malaysia Airlines (MAS) is currently running its 6.6 Mid-Year campaign, where travellers are entitled to earn 60% bonus Enrich Points for flight bookings made between today until 11 June 2023 (only six days!). The travel period, meanwhile, starts from today until 31 December 2023.

According to Enrich, the campaign is open to all Enrich members who purchase Economy Class, Business Class, and Business Suite full-fare tickets (one-way/return journey) for flights to/from destinations operated by MAS – both domestic and international. For clarity, here’s the full list of booking classes that are eligible for this campaign:

Enrich also noted that this promotion is applicable for flight tickets that are purchased via the MAS website and app, MAS contact centre, MAS ticket offices, and travel agents (as compared to certain campaigns where purchases made through channels like travel agents are not considered eligible). Additionally, there is no limit to the amount of bonus Enrich Points that you can earn during this promotion period, although do note that the points will only be credited to your Enrich account after the journey has been completed.

This means that if you booked a flight for October 2023, you will only receive the 60% bonus Enrich Points after your travel in October is over. Meanwhile, if you do not turn up for the booked flight upon check-in – in other words, did not complete the journey – you will not receive the bonus Enrich Points.

In the event that there are any missing Enrich Points, you may go ahead and submit a claim request, but make sure to do so within six months after the end of the promotion. The request will then be processed and credited to your account within six to eight weeks after the bonus points credit period.

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Aside from that, Enrich also highlighted that travellers who have purchased their tickets during the campaign period, but would subsequently like to change their flight dates or upgrade their tickets to a higher booking class may also still tap into this promotion. However, they must rebook their flights within both the booking/ticketing and travel period set for the campaign, otherwise they will not be entitled to the bonus points offered during the campaign.  

Finally, do be aware that this promotion does not apply to Elite Tier Points, and therefore, will not contribute to the accumulation of Elite Points required to qualify or upgrade to the Enrich Elite tier for this year.

For individuals who would like to tap into this promotion, but have yet to sign up for an Enrich account, you can do so via the MAS app or through this webpage here (with the code ENRSAVE). Make sure to register for your account before purchasing your tickets to enjoy the perks of this six-day-only campaign!

(Source: Enrich by Malaysia Airlines)

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