MAS Returns With Stimulus Cuti Malaysia Campaign 2.0, Offers RM100 Travel Vouchers
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Malaysia Airlines (MAS) is bringing back its Stimulus Cuti Malaysia campaign in collaboration with Tourism Malaysia, with a limited offering of RM100 travel vouchers for eligible Malaysians. The voucher is applicable for immediate booking and travel until 31 December 2021.

Provided on a first-come first-served basis to the first 6,500 eligible Malaysians, this campaign is open only to Enrich members. Upon logging into your Enrich account, you must register for the vouchers via the campaign page, during which you are required to upload a scan copy of your NRIC. Successful applicants will then receive their RM100 travel voucher via email, which can be redeemed for Economy and Business flights to any domestic destinations.

Note that you can only register and obtain the Stimulus Cuti Malaysia travel vouchers for up to eight passengers (adults and children, infants not included). Also, the vouchers can only be used for flights that are booked on the MAS website or mobile app; they are not applicable for bookings made via the contact centre, ticket offices travel agents, or any other ground channels.

Additionally, MAS clarified that these vouchers can be combined with other existing MH vouchers during the time of booking, up to three vouchers in a single transaction per passenger. However, it is not valid for Enrich Points redemption bookings.

One important point to note is that passengers who have tapped into the benefit of the first Stimulus Cuti Malaysia campaign will not be eligible for this second round of the promo. For context, MAS rolled out the Stimulus Cuti Malaysia 1.0 campaign back in 2020, offering up to RM200 flight discounts.

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The group chief marketing and customer experience officer for MAS Berhad, Lau Yin May said that this is in support of the government’s initiative to revive the country’s domestic tourism. “We foresee a positive trend in forward bookings that reflects customers’ confidence in travelling and believe that the reopening of more domestic destinations will further accelerate the recovery of the travel industry and country’s economy,” she said.

(Source: Malaysia Airlines [1, 2])

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