Are you vaccinated? Get Discount On IndiGo Airline Tickets –

Starting today, the Indian low-cost airline IndiGo is offering attractive discounts for its flyers. The flyers, administered with single/dual doses of the Covid-19 vaccine, are entitled to a 10 per cent discount off the base fare. This initiative by IndiGo aims to boost the country’s successful vaccination campaign against Covid-19.

This program (discount for vaccinated passengers) by IndiGo is called “Vaxi Fare” and was first introduced by the airline in August 2021. As the country recovered from the Covid-19 setback, the airline offered its ‘Vaxi fare’ plan.

The Vaxi fare scheme is available for all domestic flights in India. The discount can be claimed for travel dates of 15 days or more from the booking date. However, passengers should keep in mind that booking tickets should only be done on the IndiGo website. It is available to passengers over 18 years of age residing in India.

What passengers should take with them

Passengers are required to carry a COVID-19 vaccination certificate issued by the Indian Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. You can also view their vaccination status on the Aarogya Setu mobile app. If a passenger fails to do so, they will be charged the full fare. This offer applies to one-way, round-trip and multi-city flights. However, it cannot be claimed for group bookings on the IndiGo airlines.

Steps to Claim the Indigo Vaxi Plan

Step 1

Select Vaxi fare when entering your boarding details on the IndiGo website.

step 2

Choose whether you will be vaccinated with the first dose or the second dose and continue.

step 3

Choose the preferred flight and decide whether you want a one-way ticket or a return ticket.

step 4

Make sure you enter the Beneficiary ID details correctly. A valid beneficiary card is required for the Vaxi tariff.

step 5

The Vaxi rate is successfully applied and your booking is complete.

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