VietJet Offering Hundreds Of Thousands 99% Discounts

December 10, 2022

Vietjet is offering hundreds of thousands of 99% promotional codes and VND200,000 e-vouchers up for grabs to welcome the year’s last double day 12.12.  

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The Vietjet 24-hour sale on December 12, 2022, can be unlocked by applying the code “VJ1212” on the official website or Vietjet Air mobile app for up to 99% airfare discounts (*).

The promotion is applied for all Vietjet’s domestic and international routes with a flight time from December 26, 2022, to April 20, 2023.  

The airline says that a double day is a double joy with Vietjet’s unlimited promotion! Apart from the ticket promotion, passengers also receive an additional VND200,000 E-voucher (**) applied to the next flight. After having successful booking and payment, please visit to register information and receive an e-voucher during this golden day the airline said.

(*) Excluding taxes and fees. 

(**)Terms and conditions applied. 

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