MAS Campaign Offers Various Deals, Including 20% Off For All Domestic Flights
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Malaysia Airlines (MAS) is currently running its Huat A Steal! campaign in conjunction with the Chinese New Year celebration, offering 20% off on all seats for all domestic flights. This is on top of additional perks, including rebates on seat selection and extra baggage, bonus Enrich Points, and discounted travel packages. Ongoing until 23 January 2022, this promo is set for immediate travel up until 30 June 2022.

With regard to the 20% flight discount, the rebate is applicable to the national carrier’s various fare categories intended to meet differing travel needs. These include the Economy Lite, Basic, and Flex fares – each providing a selected range of services, such as check-in baggage, seat selection, and other priority facilities. If you prefer, you can also indulge in the Business Class offering, which was recently enhanced with the introduction of Business Basic and Business Flex fares.

Aside from that, MAS is also offering 25% off seat selection and extra baggage, as well as the ability to earn an additional 22% bonus Enrich Points for Enrich members when they book flights or getaways during this sales period. If you’re looking to earn bonus Enrich Points in particular, you’ll be happy to note that there is no cap to the points that you can gain through this promotion. However, the deal is applicable only for selected subclasses, namely:

  • Economy Class: Y, B, H, K, M, L, V, S, N, Q, O, G
  • Business Class: J, C, D, Z

Additionally, the airline’s tour operating arm, MHholidays is also offering discounts of up to 30% on all domestic travel packages. You’ll find great deals through this promo, such as 3-day-2-night holiday packages that start from as low as RM199. Among some of the participating hotels that you look forward to staying at include Citrus Hotel (Johor Bahru), Grand Crystal (Kedah), Raia Hotel (Kota Kinabalu), The Lime Tree Hotel (Kuching), Shahzan Hotel (Kuantan), and Melia Kuala Lumpur.

Not only that, MHholiday customers can also enjoy additional perks, such as a higher 40kg baggage allowance and free seat selection.

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The group chief marketing and customer experience officer of MAS, Lau Yin May said that this promotion is aimed at encouraging travellers to further explore the attractions that Malaysia has to offer during the long weekends ahead. “Whether it’s to return home for the Chinese New Year break, a solo foodie trip or a family staycation, travellers can enjoy their much-awaited getaway while enjoying premium Malaysian Hospitality service throughout their journey,” she said.

MAS also took the opportunity to reassure travellers that it is committed to providing a safe and seamless travel experience via its MHFlySafe campaign, with all consumer touchpoints properly sanitised. Travellers are also reminded to abide by the standard operating procedures (SOPs) that were put in place, whereas those travelling during the upcoming festive season are urged to arrive four hours before the scheduled time of departure for a smooth check-in process.

(Source: MAS [1, 2])

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