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AirAsia offers 5 million promo seats with zero processing fees for credit card payments

AirAsia is kicking off a bigger and better BIG sale with 5 million promo seats up for grabs. Apart from offering cheap fares to your next holiday destination, AirAsia is also waiving all processing fees for guests that pay using BigClick.

According to AirAsia, BIG Members can enjoy fares from as low as RM12 for flights from Kuala Lumpur to Penang and Johor Bahru, RM89 Lombok and Nha Trang, RM139 to Shantou and Bhubaneswar and many more.

Meanwhile, for AirAsia X, you can get flights tickets from Kuala Lumpur to Chongqing from as low as RM179 and Kuala Lumpur to Osaka from as low as RM279. For a more comfortable experience, the AirAsia X Premium Flatbeds are going for as low as RM699 for Kuala Lumpur to Jaipur, RM799 to Jeju and Taipei and RM899 to Perth and more.

The AirAsia BIG Sale is taking place from 17 June 2019 at 00:01h until 19 June 2019 24:00h Malaysian time for travel between 1 November 2019 and 8 September 2020. AirAsia BIG members, BigPay users and Hong Leong AirAsia credit card holders will get early 24-hour priority access starting from 16 June 2019 at 00:01h.

If you want to redeem your BIG points, you can also grab promotional seats from as little as 500 BIG Points via AirAsiaBig.com and AirAsia BIG mobile app.

In addition, AirAsia is also offering free flights when you book a flight + hotel holiday package on AirAsia.com. Do note that this free seat promo for the flight + hotel package is applicable only for travel between 1 November 2019 to 30 April 2020.

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If you’re using your credit card to pay, you can also enjoy zero processing fees by adding your card to BigClick. According to AirAsia, this provides a fast and hassle-free way to pay as you won’t need to key in your card details for future bookings. The zero processing fee offer is only valid from 10 to 30 June 2019. You can view the T&C here.

Alexander Wong