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    Emirates "Special Fares"

    Special Fares | Special Offers | Destinations & Offers | Emirates

    Book before 20 Apr, depart between 20 Apr and 30 Jun.

    From Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Perth to:

    European destinations = $1250*
    Middle East / African destinations = $1290*

    *All advertised airfares include the fuel surcharge; however taxes need to be added.

    The highest possible combination of taxes as at 26th March 2009 is as follows. These will change depending on your departure point, chosen destination and flown route.

    Travel to Europe from AUD 72 (One way) and AUD 237 (Return)
    Travel to the Middle East & Africa from AUD 72 (One way) and AUD 165 (Return)
    Travel to Asia & the Pacific from AUD 99 (One way) and AUD 192 (Return)
    Travel to America from AUD 164 (Return)


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    Re: Emirates "Special Fares"

    Quote Originally Posted by huwcar View Post
    Special Fares | Special Offers | Destinations & Offers | Emirates

    Book before 20 Apr, depart between 20 Apr and 30 Jun.

    From Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Perth to:

    European destinations = $1250*
    Middle East / African destinations = $1290*

    *All advertised airfares include the fuel surcharge; however taxes need to be added.

    The highest possible combination of taxes as at 26th March 2009 is as follows. These will change depending on your departure point, chosen destination and flown route.

    Travel to Europe from AUD 72 (One way) and AUD 237 (Return)
    Travel to the Middle East & Africa from AUD 72 (One way) and AUD 165 (Return)
    Travel to Asia & the Pacific from AUD 99 (One way) and AUD 192 (Return)
    Travel to America from AUD 164 (Return)


    -huwcar
    So all in, about the same as the sale QF and SQ had.

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    Re: Emirates "Special Fares"

    Quote Originally Posted by Flashware View Post
    So all in, about the same as the sale QF and SQ had.
    A few differences I suppose:
    - More destinations look to be available at the special prices
    - The "fly out" date is more restrictive
    - It's available now (I don't think the others still are?)
    - You earn miles (SQ fare was non-points earning), plus bonus miles for booking via the Emirates website. I think it's a 50% bonus (but I stand to be corrected)

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    -huwcar

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    Re: Emirates "Special Fares"

    Quote Originally Posted by huwcar View Post
    - You earn miles (SQ fare was non-points earning), plus bonus miles for booking via the Emirates website. I think it's a 50% bonus (but I stand to be corrected)

    Cheers,
    -huwcar
    But where? Emirates FF scheme (Skywards) isn't particularly good, and they have very few partners.

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    Re: Emirates "Special Fares"

    Quote Originally Posted by stryker View Post
    But where? Emirates FF scheme (Skywards) isn't particularly good, and they have very few partners.
    I thought Emirates was in kahoots with DJ and the Velocity program, so they share partners that way.

    In any case, you could credit the points to Velocity instead of Skywards. Probably the value will be less but at least you have a more practical set of points to play with / build up.

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    Re: Emirates "Special Fares"

    Still the fares to NZ are pretty good, and are still eligible for upgrades using Skywards Miles.

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    Re: Emirates "Special Fares"

    Hi there

    Skywards has an Points + Pay offer from AUS-DXB for $600 round trip + 9000 Skywards points.

    Might be tempted to spend a week in DXB soon

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    Re: Emirates "Special Fares"

    Quote Originally Posted by DJ737 View Post
    Skywards has an Points + Pay offer from AUS-DXB for $600 round trip + 9000 Skywards points.
    Skywards - News & Offers - Cash plus Miles to Dubai

    Cheaper in Business/First from NZ.

    Could go skiing (indoors)...

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    Re: Emirates "Special Fares"

    For those wanting fares to Australia, EK has some good deals from London with a 1st class return for approx GBP3200 ($6600 )

    Dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by stryker View Post
    But where? Emirates FF scheme (Skywards) isn't particularly good, and they have very few partners.
    I credit all my EK flights to UA MP which is one of the better *A programs. Only counts towards RDM though, then again I'm not aiming for status on MP so it works out as the RDM might come in useful for something... eventually.

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