Get 15% off an Aeromexico Flight with Visa Checkout!
I’m all for airlines trying new ways to drive business and using technology to do so. So when I got an email this morning from Aeromexico partnering with Visa Checkout, it caught my attention. They’re offering 15% off a flight and 1,000 Puntos Premier (their airlinemiles) just for registering.
What is Visa Checkout?
Visa Checkout it’s Visa’s quick and easy way to make payments online. Just save your information (name, address, and card number) and with one simple click you’re registered! Apologies that the instructions are in Spanish (we are on Aeromexico’s website after all). Choose Visa Checkout from the payment options, start up the session, confirm payment, and you’re done!
By simply going to Aeromexico’s Visa Checkout page here, you can see all the registration links. If you don’t speak Spainsh, you can use Google’s Chrome to translate the page into English.
All you’ve got to do is click the registration link and you’ll get 1000 points in your Aeromexico account and a 15% discount coupon on your next flight.
Terms of the Discount
Now, as you can imagine, the discount DOES come with some restrictions.:
- Valid From Today-June 15th
- Not Valid from April 27-May 5
- Valid on both Economy and Premier (Business) base fares, not on taxes and fees
- Valid from Mexico to Seoul, Shanghai, Tokyo, San Salvador, Panama, Dominican Republic, Guatemala, and Costa Rica, Paris, Amsterdam, and Sao Paulo
- Valid from Today-June 15th, but not April 27-May 5
- Valid on both Economy and Premier (Business) base fares, not on taxes and fees.
How is Aeromexico’s Product?
Well, I suppose that depends! Aeromexico offers a variety of aircraft on their routes. Some of their longhaul routes have the new Dreamliner 787’s offering a superior onboard experience and some of their planes are the dated 777 models, which are in bad need of a refresh.
Also, their 737 domestic fleet is perfectly fine, especially for a short flight.
We had the chance on a recent trip to Argentina to fly both the 777 in business class (think angled lie flat and a 2/3/2 configuration in the cabin) to the 787 (2/2/2 and fully flat bed seating). The food on both flights was perfectly fine, and it was a comfortable enough way to get down to South America and back!
Credit to Delta Skymiles
Being that Aeromexico is a SkyTeam member, it’s one of the best ways to earn Delta Skymiles. They’ll credit almost fully at 100% unless you’re buying a deeply discount ticket, and their business class fares credit as much as 40% towards your Qualifying Dollars for status.