What did you get for your $9?
- Airline confirmed only after you book;
- Carry on luggage only;
- Non refundable and non changeable ticket;
- No seat allocation;
- Actual redemption date subject to availability;
And, of course, the destinations were limited with only 150 tickets total on sale. That was further broken down to only 30 available on each the following routes:
- Brisbane to Sydney;
- Adelaide to Melbourne;
- Perth to Melbourne;
- Sydney to Melbourne;
- Melbourne to Sydney.
A hopeless battle? Probably – but that didn’t stop me (and tens of thousands of others) from trying.
So close, yet so far…
I managed to get onto the website and even add the flight to my cart. At that point however, the website went down and then my cart was loading infinitely. When it finally came through, it showed that the Brisbane to Sydney route was sold out.
I wish this system worked like ticketing websites do – when it’s in your cart, it’s yours until you let it go or after a set period of time elapses.
Did you try and grab one of the Scoopon $9 flights? Or did you even go one step better and check out succesfully?