Our Unfare app has spotted new flight deals! Jet Airways offers a sale of air tickets at discount starting Rs. 1172 in India. The discounts can be availed between 30th September 2017 till 2nd October 2017. Do note that we still believe there will be a better discount sale in the market in the coming week.
Is it really on sale?
Out of the 396 domestic routes of Jet Airways that we track, we could find fares dropping on 254 routes when compared to yesterday’s prices. Sectors like Varanasi – Mumbai, Varanasi – Bangalore, Varanasi – New Delhi, etc. have seen more than a 30% drop in fares compared to yesterday. Sectors like Hyderabad – Pune, Varanasi – Kolkata, Varanasi – Chennai, etc. have seen more than a 20% drop in prices today. So yes, it is indeed a fare sale.
Did we predict this offer?
As you are aware, we have a fare sale barometer for each airline. Based on that, yesterday’s UnfareScore for Jet Airways was 91.1 (anything above 50 has a chance of fare sale). So yes, this was in line with our predictions. The index today for Jet Airways is 69.7. So hurry! (check all airline scores here).
Compared to earlier Jet Airways offers
Jet Airways came up with a fare sale around 50 days ago on 11th August 2017. Compared to the earlier offer, this sale has 22.5 % higher prices. This is the 2nd discount sale for Jet Airways in the last 3 months. Earlier sales happened on 11th August 2017.
Where are the best flight deals?
Given that the discounts are available only on a limited number of seats, it is important that you act fast and book your tickets at the earliest. In order to help you easily find out the dates on which these low fares are available, we will be adding a tool soon to our app – Unfare. We can see that the low fares starting from Rs. 1172 are available in the sectors like Chennai – Bangalore, New Delhi – Amritsar, etc. So hurry!
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