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Tasman Express' $250,000 Online Seat Giveaway


Tasman Express Takes Off With $250,000 Online Seat Giveaway

To celebrate the launch of its new Tasman Express fares, Air New Zealand has launched its biggest ever online promotion - offering 1,000 free one-way trans-Tasman seats to customers booking online during the first 11 days of the new Tasman Express fares.

That's an estimated 2.6 million free kilometres of trans-Tasman travel up for grabs thanks to Tasman Express.

This is the first time Air New Zealand has launched an online promotion of this size - signifying the importance of generating strong online bookings from the outset of Tasman Express.

All people need to do is pay for an eligible online booking of Tasman Express one-way fares at http://www.airnewzealand.co.nz/ during the promotional period of 12 August 2003 and 22 August 2003 inclusive. Travel must be commenced and completed between 29 October 2003 and 20 December 2003.

Winners will be drawn at random with refunds provided on all one-way trans-Tasman fares booked on that customer's online booking form, as well as applicable levies.


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