expired Foxtel - Free Flights to NZ if You Sign up a Friend


Just got an email from Foxtel, if you sign up a friend to foxtel before 16.03.12 you'll both get free return flights to NZ!

"FREE" 20cm x 20cm photobook from snapfish… (Postage is $4.95)..

*Min cost $1102 on 12 month direct debit plan (including installation and upgrade fees) for new subscribers with Get Started + Sport + FOXTEL iQHD. You must be a current active FOXTEL subscriber to refer friends and your FOXTEL account must not be in arrears. Friends must not be existing FOXTEL subscribers. Offer ends 16.03.12: Friend must subscribe before 16.03.12 in order for you and friend to receive a return fight. FOXTEL subscription cancel fee applies. FOXTEL and some services not available to all homes. Return fight not redeemable for cash. This complementary flight to New Zealand is limited to one direct return flight to New Zealand per person on Air New Zealand operated or Air New Zealand coded services for one person in the "Seat" category (which permits one carry on bag up to 7 kg, but no checked baggage). Flights eligible for redemption on this deal include the following return flights: Sydney to Auckland, Christchurch, Rotorua, or Wellington. Melbourne to Wellington, Christchurch or Auckland. Brisbane to Auckland, Christchurch, Hamilton, Dunedin, Wellington. Gold Coast to Auckland or Christchurch. Brisbane to Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, Rotorua, Hamilton or Dunedin. The flight must return to the city of origin. Seats are limited and may not be available on all flights or on all dates requested. Flights are not eligible to accrue Airpoints Dollars™. This offer is open to persons aged 18 & over. All travel must be booked by 15th April 2012 after friend is installed. If you or your friend cancels prior to 15 April you and your friend will not be eligible for a return flight. All travel must be completed and can only be taken during these dates: 27th April - 22nd June 2012 and 30th July - 27th August 2012. Flights are subject to Air New Zealand's conditions of carriage see airnewzealand.com.au for full details. Full terms and conditions available at foxtel.com.au/flightterms.


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  • +4 votes

    well that's an interesting promo.


    FOXTEL feeling some Internet TV pains at the moment?

    • +3 votes

      They've always had deals of getting a $100-200 discount if you sign up a friend. I'm guessing they've just worked out an arrangement with Air New Zealand to get discount flights for a similar price.


    Terms & Conditions
    *Min cost $1102 on 12 month direct debit plan (including installation and upgrade fees) for new subscribers with Get Started + Sport + FOXTEL iQHD

  • +6 votes

    Hopefully Foxtel will have nothing to do with the in-flight entertainment, or else it will just be 4 hours of commercials.

  • +2 votes

    Also on that page is a link to a "FREE" 20cm x 20cm photobook from snapfish… (Postage is $4.95)..


    I just signed up a new account using my work email & address details….

  • +2 votes

    Once again, people in perth get screwed.

  • +2 votes

    to me FOXTEL is over priced in Australia. After having it for many years in US I decided not to have it in here because of too high price. If it comes around same price as in US, people would buy it without thinking much. I too had it in US even though I hardly watch things. However in here it comes at a price that you have to think a lot about it's worth before buying it.
    Still if you are going to have it, this is a pretty good deal.

  • +5 votes

    If we all sign each other up in a chain, will we all get flights to NZ? Group OzBargain holiday on the cards?

  • +4 votes

    Foxtel is a rip off.

    Pay tv with just as much ads as free to air, repetitive content, and overpriced addons.

    But they are definitely hurting… I got a free upgrade to Foxtel HD with IQ, and a free addon (sports or movies) for $44 when I first rang up to cancel. When it came time to renew again, they offered the same deal and I still said no. They cant even give it away at the moment…. $44 buys me a lot of rental blurays and dvd's a month (new releases at $2, weeklies at $1), and the rest of the programs I used to watch on Foxtel are on free to air anyway. Just different ads ;).

    I still cant understand how people are supposed to pay for television that also has as many ads as the free product.


    So no flights from Perth?