Jet2.com customers can bag a bargain this summer
Thursday 27, May 2010
If you’re a fan of Sex and the City and you’re eagerly anticipating the release of the sequel - in cinemas everywhere this Friday (28 May 2010) - then Jet2.com’s latest giveaway is just for you.
So that you can follow in the footsteps of Carrie, Samantha et al you can now get a free bag with any cheap flight to Jet2.com’s city break destinations – perfect for some shopping in the city!
For each booking, customers will be able to check in a single bag up to 22kg in weight, absolutely free. With some of Europe’s leading fashion destinations available like cheap flights to Rome, Paris and Prague, you can shop ‘til you drop, and not have to worry about paying for extra luggage.
Europe Offers Some Great Shopping Opportunities
To claim this sassy promotion, simply add the code MAYBAG at the checkout at www.jet2.com. Philip Meeson, boss of Jet2.com, said:
“City breaks are increasingly popular, giving customers the chance to take in the cultural wonders of Europe whilst at the same time offering some great shopping opportunities. We already boast low fares and friendly flight times to many fantastic shopping havens, however a free bag will mean customers have more of their hard-earned money to spend in those all-important markets and boutiques. But this offer won’t be around for long, so I would encourage people to book now!”
You’ll have to move fast because this limited time promotion expires at 9a.m. on Friday 28 May 2010.
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