To celebrate the upcoming Mid-Autumn Festival, Vietjet offers Australian travellers with all-in, one-way fares for as low as AUD200 between Australia and Vietnam, as well as the entire Vietjet flight network, including both domestic and international destinations. Aussies wanting to discover the beauty of Vietnam during this highly celebrated cultural event can book their tickets from 22 to 29 September 2023 and travel between 9 October 2023 to 31 October 2024.
Known as “Tết Trung thu” in Vietnamese, the Mid-Autumn Festival is about reunions with family and friends. The Vietnamese typically mark the significant celebration by gifting and eating moon cakes, watching Lion Dance parades, and lighting up carp-shaped lanterns.
Apart from conventional digital payment options, Australian travellers can now easily make surcharge-free payments using PayID to make flight bookings easy. They simply need to access www.vietjetair.com or the Vietjet mobile app and pay in AUD currency, and can automatically enjoy a seamless payment experience, free from any processing surcharges.
PayID is universally accessible by anyone with an Australian bank account, with the vast majority of Australian banks offering the ability to make convenient, easy, and real-time payments for Vietjet’s tickets priced in AUD. Enabling passengers to pay using PayID is one of the many innovations Vietjet has introduced to the Australian market in line with its commitment to make travelling and flying to and from Vietnam enjoyable and hassle-free.
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