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The marketers at Australia’s most unreliable airline have launched an exciting sale this week, aimed to entice bottom feeder NRL and AFL clubs to Kuta.
In ads seen across digital and social media this morning, Australia’s least successful sporting franchises are being lured by the promise of $2 Bintangs, as a special treat for not making it to finals football.
A hyper targeted campaign, it’s understood the sale is aiming to entice both professional players and suburban reserve graders to head north for a post season holiday or trip.
In an email to The Advocate newsroom, a spokesperson for Jetstar said the exciting sale was aiming to reignite Australia’s biggest boofheads love for Bali, and to remind them how good it feels to drink and drive a moped through downtown Legian without a shirt on.
“At Jetstar we’re working to empower all Australians to travel the world, and by the world we mean pockets of Indonesia and South East Asia…”
“So whether you’re a highly paid defensive turnstile at the Tigers or North Melbourne, or you’re just a weekend warrior for your local suburban team, Jetstar are here to make your Mad Monday holiday dreams come true!”
As an exclusive sale partner, The Advocate is excited to reveal that Aussies looking for further value can also use the promo code: BINTANG online, to receive a bonus $50 in-flight credit, which can be used to purchase a salami and cheese wrap, frozen muffin and a tepid beverage of your choosing.
Travelers also must be advised that the Jetstar credit will only be available for redemption via in-flight WIFI, at a cost of $29 per megabyte.
Sale on now.