Free flights guaranteed with IMG Worlds of Adventure tickets

Get away this summer for the cost of a day at the world’s largest indoor theme park

Free flights guaranteed with IMG Worlds of Adventure tickets

There are tonnes of great getaway deals and discounts this summer, but none (so far) have offered free flights to go with them.

Until now, that is, because IMG Worlds of Adventure are offering up free flights to one of 21 different destinations with entry to the world’s largest indoor theme park this summer.

From today (Sunday July 14), IMG is offering guests the chance to convert their theme park ticket to an airline ticket, and you’ll have to pay no more than an additional Dhs99 to cover extra costs like taxes and fuel.

A full-fare ticket to the park, costing Dhs299, will give you the code you need to choose your preferred flights online.

You’ll get to pick three options (both dates and destination), and you’ll hear back with which flight and time you’ll be offered. You can combine vouchers so two people can fly together for free. For three or four people you’ll combine the coupons and pay 50 percent of the airfare for passengers three and four.

That’s a bargain that could hardly be bettered…

The list of destinations includes:

Amman, Athens, Bahrain, Beirut, Bucharest, Cairo, Cebu, Colombo, Delhi, Istanbul, Karachi, Kiev, Lahore, Manila, Mumbai and Muscat,

For more summer discounts and deals, check out our dedicated page here.
Dhs299. From Sun Jul 14. IMG Worlds of Adventure, Dubailand,

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