(EXPIRED) Breeze Airways: Get 25% off base fare + $50 of points with promo code SOEXTRA

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Breeze Airways is back with yet another sale, this time giving both 25% off base fares and $50 worth of points towards a future flight when booking travel costing $150+.

Breeze Airways promo code SOEXTRA

The Deal

Key Terms

  • 25% base fare discount and BreezePoints bonus offer applies only to new reservations with a minimum value of $150 with promo code SOEXTRA.
  • Supply is limited, and no advance purchase requirement applies.
  • Promotion must be purchased at flybreeze.com or on the Breeze app from September 25, 2023, through September 28, 2023 (11:59 pm ET), for travel from September 26, 2023, through January 31, 2024.
  • All travel must be flown on qualifying travel dates for BreezePoints bonus to be applied.
  • BreezePoints are earned after travel and will be deposited into the booking Guest account within 10 days after travel, and must be used within 6 months of receipt.
  • All fare rules will apply.
  • Certain flights and/or days of travel may be unavailable.
  • Fare prices, fare classes, rules, routes, and schedules are subject to change without notice.
  • Cannot be combined with any other offer.
  • Other restrictions and blackout dates may apply.

Quick Thoughts

If Breeze offers a suitable routing at a suitable time for you, this could work out to be a very nice deal. Not only do you get 25% off the base fare when spending $150+ (presumably $150+ before taxes and fees), but you also get $50 worth of BreezePoints to redeem for a future flight. If the base fare of the flight is $150 or thereabouts, you’d effectively be saving more than 50% when accounting for both the discount and the points towards a future flight.

However, it is worth being aware that Breeze has been losing money hand over fist since launching. There is therefore a non-zero risk that the airline won’t be around to honor the $50 worth of points you’ll earn from your flight, so bear that in mind when assessing the value of this option versus your other booking options.

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