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One of Thailand’s top social enterprises is rolling out amazing flight deals

Half-price domestic flights? Yes, please!

By Lily Kittisrikangwan | Jun 27, 2017

  • One of Thailand’s top social enterprises is rolling out amazing flight deals
    Samui
  • One of Thailand’s top social enterprises is rolling out amazing flight deals
    Bangkok Airways
  • One of Thailand’s top social enterprises is rolling out amazing flight deals
    Lampang
  • One of Thailand’s top social enterprises is rolling out amazing flight deals
    Sukhothai
  • One of Thailand’s top social enterprises is rolling out amazing flight deals
    Trat
Socialgiver, a Thai social enterprise integrating lifestyle shopping with doing good through the use of spare business capacity, just launched some amazing flight deals as part of its “Special Journey” promotion with Bangkok Airways.
 
Log onto socialgiver.com to claim vouchers that get you round-trip deals like Bangkok to Samui for B4,500 (as opposed to the usual B10,000). Better yet, Bangkok to Chiang Rai goes down to B1,000, Lampang B1,050, Sukhothai B900 and Trat at B900.
 
Of course, these deals won't be valid for travel over long weekends and the like, and you can expect little bit extra airport tax to be tacked on (an extra B900 for Bangkok-Samui, for example), but these prices do get you full service and luggage allowance. Oh and 100-percent of what you pay goes towards the Love Wildlife charity. Double win!
 
 
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