Qatar Airways 2 day Seat Sale!

by: xtian001

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27 Jan 2011

I got this email from Qatar Airways about their 2-day Seat Sale.

The Seat Sale is actually nice if you really do intend to go to Dubai, Bahrain or to the other GCC countries mentioned as the base fare does come out lower than what you typically pay for. However, these rates don’t include any taxes, so better check how much tax you have to pay. I checked at the flights to Dubai for February and got the sale price but there’s a 500 rial tax that you have to pay. That means I’m paying 690QR. Not that bad as a full fare non-sale ticket with Qatar Airways would typically set you back for QR1330. That’s a saving of QR640!

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2-Day Seat Sale Starting from QAR 190*

Book your flight to select destinations on Thursday and Friday to experience 5-star service on Qatar Airways from just QAR 190* return. These amazing fares are available to Abu Dhabi, Bahrain, Dammam, Dubai, Kuwait and Muscat.

Book before midnight Friday, 28th January for departure between 1st and 28th February 2011. Be sure to forward this message to your friends so they, too, can enjoy these terrific savings!

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