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Old Feb 25, 05, 11:58 am
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New Indy Discount

Did a quick search and did not see this. This week's Businessweek has a full page ad for Indy. 20% off when booking through


www.FLYi.com/businessweeksave20

Enjoy it if you can!
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Old Feb 25, 05, 3:48 pm
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http://www.flyi.com/save20/ appears to be the correct URL.

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Old Mar 1, 05, 8:42 am
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This is very smart of them...first the ValPak discount and now them. It helps them figure out which advertising works best while developing their brand.
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Old Mar 3, 05, 12:29 pm
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I had seen that they were offering 20% off to students. Its nice they are extending the offer to others also.
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Old Mar 12, 05, 4:17 am
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It appears they might have finally hired someone in marketing that knows what to do....
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Old Mar 14, 05, 8:05 pm
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With these very successful sale fares in Jan and Feb and with load factors still low, I wonder if doing a limited fare with extremely low fares would be cheaper than buying ads. I've seen this in Europe, MyAir with a 1 Eurocent (and bookable) fare on many flights and RyanAir often with 9 Euro O/W fares. If you leave it on for a while and keep some unpopular flights available this should generate some free buzz.
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Old Mar 15, 05, 10:58 pm
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Originally Posted by robbert
With these very successful sale fares in Jan and Feb and with load factors still low, I wonder if doing a limited fare with extremely low fares would be cheaper than buying ads. I've seen this in Europe, MyAir with a 1 Eurocent (and bookable) fare on many flights and RyanAir often with 9 Euro O/W fares. If you leave it on for a while and keep some unpopular flights available this should generate some free buzz.
Load factors for my flights in February and March have been surprisingly high for what I was expecting. I've been on RJs that were full, and 319s that were almost full.
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