South African Airways launches awards

Post was last updated: February 27, 2017

South African Airways (SAA) has released a substantial number of seats, exclusive to SAA-operated flights for the next 357 days, as part of their regular SAA Voyager JourneyBlitz Awards redemption seat sales.

Under the programme, some lucky customers stand to enjoy up to 85 percent discount on South African Airways operated Flights.

The discounts are available on a wide variety of flights across the airline’s network.

A statement from the airline indicates that the JourneyBlitz seat sale is aimed at highlighting Voyager’s growing value proposition to customers while allowing for redemption against miles due to expire.

“JourneyBlitz will be available immediately and ends at midnight, South African time, on March15, 2017. Customers can fly domestically for as little as 7,400 miles return,” the statement said.

JourneyBlitz Awards exclude charges, including but not limited to fuel levy, government taxes, surcharges and levies third-party taxes.

Members are responsible for and must settle all relevant airport taxes and any additional relevant fees that are due for payment when issuing their award ticket. Such payments must be made by credit or debit card,” the statement said.

Voyager Miles can also be used towards both local and international flights on SAA Dynamic Awards, and 38 partner airlines, including the Star Alliance global network. For members not requiring flights, Miles can be used for a range of other benefits, including car rental, duty-free purchases, retail purchases, SPA vouchers, and cruises.

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