Qatar Airlines Buy One, Get One Flights- Today and Tomorrow Only

by on April 13, 2011 · 3 comments

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Qatar airlines is celebrating their 100th destination by offering a buy-one-get-one promotion on flights purchased today or tomorrow and that take place between May 1 and June 14. Upon reviewing the terms and conditions, it seems like both passengers will be eligible to earn miles. Before you purchase, review the mileage earning chart for your corresponding fare class.

Qatar is not in an alliance, but partners with a number of leading airlines, like bmi, LufthansaUnited and US Airways. You can earn miles in those programs for Qatar flights, so click on each to see each airline’s earning schedule.

Read the terms and conditions carefully before getting in on this offer, but this could save you a bunch of money if you need to travel before June 14, 2011.
Tip of the hat to TPG readers Chris and David!

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  • Sheila

    Points Guy – it’s 2 for 1, not 1 for 1. That changes the deal.

  • The Points Guy

    Sheila- it’s buy one, get one free- not buy two, get one free

  • http://[email protected] Antonio


    I’ve been trying to get the tickets and seems there is no limit, or “first come, first serve” basis; however, they are not that cheap:

    I tried to book a trip Doha-Paris for me and my 2 kids (twins – 5 year old)
    1. The fare the take is the “flexible economy” fare, so you get basically 50% discount when you buy 2 tickets.
    2. The taxes/surcharges have to be paid in full for both passengers. That is an average of ~$200 per person.
    3. Kids pay full fare as adults. Normally, kids between 2-11 years paid 75% of the fare/surcharges (so you are paying 25% more during the offer for your kids).

    Overall: If you are able to fly during the promotion dates, and don’t have kids, it is fine; otherwise, you are better off with the “restricted fare” that will only cost you a bit more more per adult, a lot less for the kids and with the advantage that you can change your travel plans for a fee.

    Qatar Airways also let you cancel your trip at any time, paying $150 penalty per ticket, independent of the fare class. That is really cool.

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