The offer would allow customers avail 50 per cent discount on available fares for travel in two phases - between October 28 and December 15 this year and from January 15 till March 31 next year.
A customer can save up to 50 per cent on tickets booked between Thursday and Saturday midnight, a SpiceJet release said, adding fares under this offer are non-refundable and non-changeable, barring taxes and fees.
The offer is valid on the no-frill carrier's entire domestic network, though the fares would vary from sector to sector depending on the travel distance. International sectors do not feature in this sale.
SpiceJet's chief commercial officer Kaneswaran Avili said, "The highest load factor over last few months also means SpiceJet is now India's favorite airline and rightly so, for its innovative and tireless efforts to make flying affordable for everyone."
Travel technology platform TripFactory.com CEO Vinay Gupta said, "Advance booking for trips are always good for people flying as it allows purchase of tickets at comparatively lower fare, while it also helps airlines to get a higher load factor."