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Mix & Match releases $699 return fare to Los Angeles

Mix & Match releases $699 return fare to Los Angeles in exclusive online sale

Amid the battle between travel agents to offer the lowest fares to the USA, New Zealand’s leading online travel agency Mix & Match, a division of House of Travel, has announced an all-time low return fare to Los Angeles from just $699 per person.

Until midnight tonight, unless sold out prior, Kiwi travellers will be able secure a seat on a non-stop flight to Tinseltown for a cost well below current sales offered by other travel companies.

Mix & Match’s Head of Ecommerce, Tim Paulsen says, “It’s exciting that in this competitive market we are able to offer Kiwis this low unmatched fare to allow them to get out there and experience amazing destinations for less – and with the added convenience of booking online it’s a trip that’s just a few clicks away.

“Los Angeles is the gateway to North America which opens up a range of endless possibilities. The U.S continues to be a popular choice for New Zealanders with passenger numbers increasing year on year.

“With driving forces such as increased suppliers, routes and traveller numbers we are able to continue offering Kiwis the best flight deals possible. If you couple this fare with favourable exchange rates, you’ve got yourself a bargain – travel just keeps getting more affordable for Kiwis.”

Travellers who book this special fare flying American Airlines can depart from Auckland, Wellington or Christchurch between 08 Oct - 30 Nov 2017. To book and for full terms and conditions please visit mixandmatch.co.nz.

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