unveils travel sales festival


Staff Reporter


Keeping up with its promise to deliver the best online travel booking experience, this Eid ul Azha, is unveiling Pakistan’s biggest travel sales festival starting from 5th August and running till 11th August 2019.
This year, Eid holidays will bring with them a long weekend, including Pakistan’s Independence Day on 14th August, a chance to spend quality time with the loved ones and of course BBQs! For people who will be returning to their hometowns to celebrate Eid and for those who would be travelling out of their home cities to relax in the serene environments of Northern Pakistan or even abroad, is bringing massive discounts of up to 25% on flight reservations and hotel bookings. partners with both domestic & international hotels and global flight carriers and continuing its tradition to delight customers on national and religious festivals, the online travel company is all set to offer big savings on domestic and international hotels and flights.
Exclusive flash sales, limited vouchers and coupon codes will be offered throughout the sales period to keep users pumped up and excited on Pakistan’s premier travel booking destination.
Talking about the exciting sales event, C.E.O Mr. Shazil Mekhri had this to say: “ is always thrilled to launch new and exciting deals for its valued customers.
This year we are bringing an even bigger selection of flight and hotel options that give customers an opportunity to enjoy their trip at a cost that does not weigh much on their wallets.
Our team has always been at the forefront of launching the most valuable discounts and we’re excited to do this year as well!”In these times of increasing inflation, such travel deals are a welcome blessing for Pakistanis.
“Around Eid, one usually gets lots of offers regarding food deals, sales on clothing and mobile phones but what is doing is more special because it is offering me a chance to see my family in Peshawar after 6 months.
Thanks to Sastaticket, I will be taking a flight without the worry of slashing my savings and spend Eid in my hometown”, says Hafeez Khan a Sastaticket user who works at a distribution company in Karachi.

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