Thursday, July 25, 2024

SpiceFlex Fares – enjoy flexibility like never before with Spicejet

by Staff Correspondent

SpiceJet, recently launched ‘SpiceFlex’ – a special fare that allows customers to make unlimited free changes to their flight bookings in the same fare type and also comes packed with a host of amazing complimentary services.

Patrons who would opt for SpiceFlex fare to get unlimited free changes, if the change request is for the same fare type (SpiceFlex fare) up to 96 hours before flight departure time. In case a patron opts for a different fare type other than the SpiceFlex fare, a one-time free change would be allowed. These changes are allowed for date change and/or flight change on the originally booked sector only. Customers will have to pay the fare difference (if any) applicable at the time of opting for free change option. These special fares are available on Direct Domestic and International routes.

Additionally, to the unlimited free changes, SpiceFlex also provides a host of additional benefits including complimentary sandwich, choice of preferred seat (excluding SpiceMax seat) and free RT-PCR test. Free RT-PCR test is available only for the bookings that are made directly on and will be available on the sectors originating from Delhi and Mumbai only. Passengers can check information on sample collection centres by logging on to

Passengers can avail the complimentary sandwiches by choosing between Veg and Non-Veg option (for flights longer than two hours duration). The offer is not available on group bookings. Limited inventory is available under the SpiceFlex fare on a first come, first served basis. The offer is valid on bookings made through SpiceJet’s website, Reservations, Airport Ticketing Counter, and Travel Agents etc.


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