Webjet $20 rebate for booking 2 different airlines in booking

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Mal

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Personally, I don't think this is a super great deal. But it might save some people some money, so why not post it.

https://secure.webjet.com.au/cashback/
What do I have to do to get my $20 Cash Back?

Book any flights to and from any destination in Australia, New Zealand or to Fiji and include within your booking Any two (2) different airlines

That’s all you have to do, but you need to act quickly because the offer expires midnight (AEST) 7 December, 2006. #
Once you have completed your 'mix and match' booking, you must complete the claim form below.
 
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Wouldn't be that keen on this, given that Webjet charge a "per booking processing fee of $15.95 " and a "$4.40 per person per flight seat guarantee fee". This still means a fee of $24.75-$20.00 = $4.75 per return booking for 1 person or $33.55 - $20.00 = $13.55 per return booking for 2 people.

And I don't know what it's like with Webjet, but if my corporate TA puts DJ&QF on the same booking - can't use quick check or online check in for either airline.

This raises a question - why do people use webjet to book flights in the first place? Cheaper to book through airline, and if you have to change they charge a $30.00 change fee in addition to airline change fees.
 
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