$30 Off Air China Promo Code for Flights from the US

Air China is offering a coupon code that will take $30 off roundtrip flights from the US. It’s the reward for participating in the “Play to Win” game, but it looks like the code is universal. Use the Air China promo code USWD30PC when booking a roundtrip ticket on their US website, and they will take $30 off the base fare.

Air China is offering a coupon code for $30 off roundtrip flights from the US

Air China is offering a coupon code for $30 off roundtrip flights from the US

You must book your ticket before November 30, but the outbound flight must be before March 30, 2017. Only roundtrip tickets (in any cabin) to China or other Asian cities are eligible. Some blackout dates apply around the holiday season and Chinese New Year, which is January 28, 2017.

  • Outbound: December 10 – 24, 2016 and February 1 – 11, 2017
  • Inbound: January 1 – 13, 2017 and January 20 – 29, 2017

Air China currently flies between Beijing (PEK) and Los Angeles (LAX), San Francisco (SFO), New York (JFK), Newark (EWR), Washington DC (IAD), Houston (IAH), and Honolulu (HNL). They also fly between Shanghai (PVG) and San Jose (SJC). They have some pretty attractive fares, which can be further sweetened by this promo code. For example, you can fly between Los Angeles and Shanghai for less than $500 post-discount.

Fly between Los Angeles and Shanghai for less than $500 with Air China after the promo code

Fly between Los Angeles and Shanghai for less than $500 after this Air China promo code

Fly between Los Angeles and Shanghai for less than $500 after this Air China promo code

$30 isn’t a whole lot, but airlines rarely offer blanket coupon codes nowadays, so this is appreciated. If you’re looking to book a flight on Air China anyway, this could help reduce your airfare. You can see the full terms and conditions here.

Emirates is also offering a discount code for flights in a promotion with Visa Checkout. You can get $50/$250/$1000 off when you book their flights in Economy/Business/First class.

See also: Trip Report & Review – Air China’s “Forbidden Pavilion” First Class Beijing-Houston

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