News
Hot Deals/Airlines
EaseMyTrip offers discounts and deals on Mother's Day

NITN | @notintownlive | 06 May 2019

EaseMyTrip offers discounts and deals on Mother's Day

New Delhi, May 6 (NITN): EaseMyTrip (EMT), one of the leading Online Travel Aggregators of India, is offering a  set of deals on the eve of Mother’s day on May 12. 

EaseMyTrip is giving you a chance to avail up to Rs. 1500 off on domestic flight bookings (Minimum booking amount is Rs. 4000), up to Rs. 3000 off on domestic hotel bookings (Min Transaction amount is Rs. 2500) and Rs. 200 off on bus bookings (Min Transaction amount is Rs. 750).

The offers are here to  cherish the moment with ones mother. EaseMyTrip has partnered with ICICI Bank to deliver the same with an objective to reach a huge consumer base.

To avail the offers, customers have to make bookings using promo code: MOTHERSDAY. This is not the end; customers will also get freebies from various brands like Plantronics, Firefox, Portronics, Kalyan Jewellers, Anytime Fitness, Acnes, Rohto Cooling Drops, Peesafe, Mamacouture and Zoom Car.

The sale is starting from 7th May, 2019 and will end on 9th May, 2019 and offer will be available on EaseMyTrip's website, Mobile site, Android & iOS App and can be enjoyed as instant discount and cash back by applying coupon code. So, go and book the perfect surprise for the lady of the house.

Emirates anticipates peak a ...

Dubai: Travel is expected to reach an all-time high in the upcoming weeks for Emirates, as the airline expects yet another busy period with travellers flocking into Dubai after the summer holidays and Eid breaks.

IndiGo announces shift in d ...

New Delhi: In a move to support aviation bodies to revamp airport infrastructure at Delhi and Mumbai, IndiGo, India’s leading airline, will shift a part of its domestic operations to terminal 3 of Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi and Terminal 2 of Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport from Sept 5, 2019.

Amid Hong Kong protest row, ...

Hong Kong: Amid row over some Cathay Pacific employees' involvement in the Hong Kong protest, airline CEO Rupert Hogg resigned on Friday, media report said.