Malaysia Airlines Offers Up To RM200 Flight Discount With Stimulus Cuti Malaysia

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Malaysia Airlines (MAS) is offering a travel incentive called Stimulus Cuti Malaysia, with a flight discount of up to RM200 and a bonus of 500 Enrich Miles. The stimulus is an initiative by the government of Malaysia to promote travel and tourism within the country.

The sales period for this campaign is between now and 8 December 2020, whereas the travel period extends from now until 30 June 2021. Eligible Malaysian nationals with a valid NRIC will be eligible for a discount of RM50 per sector/leg up to RM200, and 500 Bonus Enrich Miles. The campaign is valid for Economy and Business Class normal fares on MAS operated flights only and other promotion codes or special fares will not be applicable.

In an example given by MAS, if you book a flight from Penang to Kuantan via Kuala Lumpur, that counts as two legs which garners you a RM100 discount; if this includes a return journey, you can claim RM200. According to the terms and conditions, each passenger is only allowed to claim a discount of up to RM200 once. If the total amount payable is less than RM200, the balance amount will be forfeited.

To qualify for the stimulus, all fights must be booked through Any bookings made via call centre, travel agent, mobile app, or any other website are not eligible for the campaign. The discount will be automatically applied in the fare on the flight search result page and the Bonus Enrich Miles will be credited after the flight. For the Bonus Enrich Miles, the fare must be purchased with cash or credit card in order to be qualify.

You must be logged in as an Enrich member and upload a scanned copy of your NRIC to your Enrich profile to claim the discount. If you do not have an Enrich account, you can sign up with promo code ENRNEW20 to get a welcome reward.

For more information and a closer look at the terms and conditions, you can refer to the Malaysia Airlines website here.

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