Latest Qatar Airways’ Sale Offers 30% Discount On Flights Across The Globe

Latest Qatar Airways' Sale Offers 30% Discount On Flights Across The Globe

Qatar Airways is giving 30% discounts on travel to destinations all around the world, from Bangkok to Sydney.

The airline informed Travel + Leisure of the promotion, which must be booked by Aug. 6 and is valid for travel through March 31, 2024. Both Business Class Classic fares and Economy Class Classic fares are eligible for the 30% discount promotion.

“With over 160 global destinations, Qatar Airways continues to grow its network offering [unrivaled] connectivity, flexibility, and a premium experience to passengers,” Craig Thomas, the VP for sales Americas, told T+L. “Through our latest global promotion, passengers can enjoy timeless adventures across key hubs that will take your breath away including destinations such as Bangkok, Kilimanjaro, Seychelles and more.”

Travelers must purchase their ticket at least three days before departure and stay at least three days at their destination to take advantage of the offer. There are also several blackout days for flights departing the U.S. from Dec. 10-23 and for flights back to the U.S. from Dec. 27-Jan. 21, 2024.

All of Qatar’s U.S. gateways, including Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Seattle, and Washington D.C., are participating in the sale.

Those who sign up for the airline’s Privilege Club rewards program can earn up to 3,000 bonus points for economy class and up to 6,000 bonus points for business class on their first flight as a member, plus save money on flights. Use promo code “PCGSP” when signing up to receive the bonus points. Sign up by August 5 and fly before June 30, 2024.

One of the best and safest airlines in the world is Qatar Airways, which is known for having one of the nicest business-class seats. And in 2021, Qatar unveiled new unbundled Business Lite fares that made it easier for travelers to indulge in the airline’s opulent Business Class. These fares allowed travelers to reserve a seat but gave up complimentary access to Qatar’s business class lounge.