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Cathay Pacific Giving Away Free Round-Trip Tickets to Hong Kong

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Cathay Pacific Giving Away Free Round-Trip Tickets to Hong Kong

Hong Kong is ready to welcome global visitors with its recent “Hello Hong Kong” promotional campaign, launched in February. This initiative represents the city’s enthusiastic outreach to international tourists.

To entice travelers, the Hong Kong Airport Authority is offering 500,000 complimentary air tickets across various markets.

In the U.S. market, tickets are distributed through Cathay Pacific. A total of 2,890 tickets are available for US based Cathay members. Although the base fare is waived, passengers are still responsible for airport fees and taxes.

The Offer

  • A limited number of round-trip economy class tickets to Hong Kong will be offered in the U.S. beginning May 17 at 5:00 PM PDT/8:00 PM EDT. There is a limit of one ticket per transaction while supplies last.
  • For a chance to access the tickets, U.S. visitors need to sign up at the Cathay Pacific website to receive their unique code on May 17 to claim this limited-time offer.
  • Travelers are responsible for taxes, airport fees and other charges.

To learn more about Hello Hong Kong, click here.

One Million Hong Kong Goodies Vouchers

Aside from air tickets, the HKTB, in collaboration with the tourism and hospitality sectors, has assembled an array of enticing deals from over 16,000 outlets across the city to welcome back visitors.

Initially, at least 1 million “Hong Kong Goodies” visitor consumption vouchers are being distributed by HKTB’ s designated channels.

These vouchers include complimentary welcome drinks at participating bars, restaurants, and hotels, or cash vouchers redeemable in the transportation, culinary, and retail sectors, as well as at various attractions.

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  1. Not sure if it makes a difference but your link to the CX website is en_CA which is geared for Canadians and says the tickets will be from one of their CA gateways, YVR or YYZ. For the US, it should be changed to en_US, then it populates to any US gateway city.

  2. I hope this turns out to be a better deal than it was for the Philippines. I received one of these “free” tickets that were given out by Cathay Pacific for travel between the Philippines and Hong Kong. The fees and taxes for this ticket were over $200. Instead, I bought round-trip promo fare tickets on Cebu Pacific for my family for $40 per person.


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