Flying back to Delhi for assembly elections 2020? Here's how you can win free SpiceJet tickets!

Ahead of Delhi elections 2020, SpiceJet is offering free tickets to registered Delhi voters who have to fly back in order to cast their votes

Delhi elections are just around the corner. While the tensions are high in the national capital, with numerous campaigns and rallies asking people to cast their precious vote, there are a few who still need to make travel plans in order to cast their vote. To ensure that every last voter gets to practice their democratic right and no vote is lost, SpiceJet is offering free tickets to those who're registered as voters in the Delhi.

So if have been planning a trip to Delhi anyway, here's how you can make sure to win yourself free tickets as well!

What's the update?

To make sure that people away from Delhi can come to the city, hassle free and cast their votes, SpiceJet has come up with 'Spice Democracy' a campaign to fly people in and out of Delhi, free of cost! The popular airline is offering registered voters in Delhi, a chance to win free flight tickets, head back to their home-town and cast their vote.

More often than not, Delhiites who are away from home because of work, study or both have to lose their votes. Which is why the offer from SpiceJet is such a lucrative one.

The airline even sent out a tweet saying, "No obstacle is big enough to stop us from being a part of our great democracy.
Introducing #SpiceDemocracy. If you are a registered voter in Delhi, fly back home with SpiceJet and cast your vote. Your tickets will be on us."

How to win free tickets?

If you want to fly back to Delhi (and back to your vote), all you have to do is register at the given link, provide your basic information, share any social media platform (FaceBook/Instagram/LinkedIn/Twitter) and share what inspires you to fly back to the city and vote. Once registered, your profile will be screened and shortlisted, only after which you will get selected for a full refund.

To get a complete refund, all you have to do is book your tickets after being shortlisted, fly to Delhi, cast your vote, share a picture of your inked finger on your social media page (make sure its the one you mentioned while registering), fly back, share your experience and you may be eligible to get a full refund from SpiceJet!

Knock Knock

If you're a registered voter in Delhi and find yourself living away from home during the election time, the offer is win-win for you. Just make sure to check out the social media platforms of SpiceJet and register to cast your vote in one of the most polarising elections in Delhi history. Use your vote wisely!

Register here before 8th February.

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