AirAsia Free Seats


Bali Swing and Upside Down HouseImage adapted from: Ubud Adventures and @aditikumar18

Planning a good trip takes going the extra mile, especially since flight prices are constantly fluctuating. Don’t even get me started on the hassle of coordinating your leave with your colleagues too.

The struggle may be real, but AirAsia’s upcoming Free Seats promotion is going to help counter that. With this promotion, not only will you get to save more since you’ll barely have to spend a dime on your seat, but you can channel all that saved up moolah into planning even more trips across the whole year.


What Are Free Seats


For the unacquainted, AirAsia’s Free Seats is basically having the cost for your airplane seat waived off! Just think of how that could mean extra budget for a more upscale hotel you’ve been eyeing, or a lavish meal overseas to treat yourself.

The only thing you’ll need to take care of during this promotion is your airport and processing fees, all of which amount to approximately $50. Here’s a lowdown of how you can get started.


How to get Free Seats


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The first step to get your Free Seats lies in becoming an AirAsia BIG Loyalty member, that is completely free too. It’s not that complicated to register – all you need is to get access to their portal, which you can sign-up for here.


Enjoy bonus perks as a BIG Loyalty member


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Being logged in to AirAsia’s main site will reward you with priority access to exclusive sales including Free Seats, and earned points for every flight booked that translate to even more future trips.

But to enjoy the full extent of your membership, you can also explore the BIG Loyalty membership site, where you can exchange points for other benefits with lifestyle and fashion brands – from Nike to Lazada. Can anyone say, double score?


Tips on increasing your chances for Free Seats


To get you amped up for your chance at close to $0 airfares, here are some tips to help you increase your odds of securing your seat when they’re finally released.


Tip 1: Indicate your holiday destination and travel period


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The Free Seats promotion is one that you’ll want to take note of every detail to maximise your probabilities of getting it. Have a destination pre-planned in mind before logging on to the site so you won’t be wasting time comparing locations when the promo is ongoing. Be mindful of the exact time period it’ll last for and what specific flights are eligible for this deal as well.

As of now, you can fly with Free Seats to over 17 direct destinations across Southeast Asia including Bandung, Langkawi, Phuket and many more. You can even capitalise on these locations as a transit to over 130 destinations worldwide.  


Tip 2: Prepare a couple of backup locations


It’s always good to have 2 to 3 other destinations that you’ll like to visit at the back of your mind. This way, even if the Free Seats to your most preferred location is completely occupied, you can still have a chance to have a well-deserved getaway elsewhere.


Tip 3: Book your seat at an irregular hour


We all understand the pain of jostling amidst the competition of a crowd, online and offline. The best way to avoid human traffic is to standby at your computer 2-3 hours before the time of the promo launch, increasing your chances of getting a seat faster than everyone else. Fastest fingers first!


Where Free Seats will bring you to


We’re always looking forward to a break from our daily routines, but it can be a hassle to travel to far-flung countries when you’re pressed for time.

That being said, AirAsia has flights to a long list of destinations within Southeast Asia, including places like Yogyakarta, Langkawi, and Bangkok, so you can always have your travel fix at pocket-friendly prices and a new view to wake up to.


Explore the majestic Tegalalang Rice Terrace at Bali, Indonesia in aircon weather


Bali Rice FieldImage credit: @justbatich

For those who have been feeling stifled lately, take a breather and escape to the therapeutic rice fields of Tegalalang. Situated 600m above sea level, the air here will refresh your senses in no time with temperatures as low as 21 degrees.

While there, be sure to also check out their iconic swings that’ll give you a birds-eye view of the padi fields.

Image credit: Eisen M

Bali Swing
Address: Jl. Dewi Saraswati, 80352 Bongkasa Pertiwi, Kapubaten Bandung, Bali (Banjar Tegal Kuning), Bali, Indonesia
Opening Hours: 8AM-5PM
Telephone: +62 878 8828 8832


Have a different perspective at The Upside Down House in Phuket, Thailand


Upside Down House PhuketImage credit: Phuket 101

If you can’t get enough of bizarre perspectives in Singapore’s Trick Eye Museum, it’s time to venture to Baan Teelanka – The Upside Down House of Phuket. You can’t miss the site, especially when the entire house is, well, upside down. As you walk in, you’ll see that everything else within the space is vertically inverted too.

Upside Down House coupleImage credit: @aditikumar18

The entire tour around the house takes approximately 30 minutes and you’re best encouraged to bring along your portable mobile charger since you’d want to capture a ton of photos here.

Address: 9 Ratsada, Mueang Phuket District, Phuket 83000, Thailand
Opening hours: 9.30AM-6PM, Daily
Telephone: +66 84 456 5279


Get your summer tan at Mactan in Cebu, Philippines


Mactan Cebu Beach ResortImage credit: @kate0324

Calling for all beach-lovers! The concrete jungle in Singapore may make it hard for you to find some sun, but here at Mactan, you can look forward to 65km of open land, clear turquoise waters, and fine sand.

Whether you’re looking for a tan or just a place to hideaway from the crowds, Mactan’s private pavilions and spacious walkways will give everyone the getaway that’s much needed.


Quick escapes with AirAsia’s Free Seats


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Pack in even more getaways to exotic Southeast Asia locations with AirAsia’s Free Seats promotion. For a limited time only, you’ll be able to nab a super low fare with AirAsia, which cushions the financial blow of travelling on your wallet.

Besides, it’s always better to plan ahead for your upcoming Holiday Quickies during peak periods so you won’t have to compete for leave dates with colleagues.

Take this opportunity to chope your partner, fam or BFF and chiong to new adventures together while also getting better bang for your buck. To be the first to find out more deets about Free Seats, be sure to follow AirAsia’s social media page too!

Get your Free Seats with AirAsia by signing up here

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