# Thread: which is your preferred budget airline ?

1. ## Re: which is your preferred budget airline ?

Originally Posted by wzmivan
i donno which of the below refers to taxes. I know that the vouchers are only to be used to offset Airfares alone....
so for example... 2 tickets to XXX destination @ \$150/each and 2 tickets back to Singapore from XXX @ \$120/each (Exclude tax and surcharges)
then u can use the voucher to claim airfares (\$150*2 + \$120*2 = \$540 pay \$500 via voucher and remainder \$40 plus taxes tru your HSBC visa card)
SFT are the fuel and taxes.
Before adding this, it's \$119(dept) and \$38(Return)
2 pax = \$119x2 = \$238(Dept) and \$38 x 2 = \$76(Return)
Total is \$314(excluding Taxes)

The SFT(Taxes) is \$70x2 = \$140(Dept) &
\$84x2 = \$168(Return)

Like this the rest of it will be forfeited..

2. ## Re: which is your preferred budget airline ?

Nope. Am not so inflexible... Anyway the vouchers are in denominations of \$50. If you really want i can sell you what you need (just less off 10% off face value so its \$45 per \$50 voucher)
But ultimately if somebody bids for the entire lot, then i will sell the whole lot as is.

Originally Posted by Paranoia08
SFT are the fuel and taxes.
Before adding this, it's \$119(dept) and \$38(Return)
2 pax = \$119x2 = \$238(Dept) and \$38 x 2 = \$76(Return)
Total is \$314(excluding Taxes)

The SFT(Taxes) is \$70x2 = \$140(Dept) &
\$84x2 = \$168(Return)

Like this the rest of it will be forfeited..

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