I refer to the ad in The Star on the 5th of November (page 21 – refer to attached). Is this really a bad case of not checking an ad or is it a blatant disregard for the intelligence of us consumers? I’m definitely not one who is a rocket scientist, but I think a simple calculation of adding and subtracting can be accomplished by even a child 3 years and above. I have never seen anything like that before. Was it really a mistake? If so, it’s totally UNACCEPTABLE for a company such as MAS. It then makes me wonder, was it intentional and deliberate? If so, shame on you! It’s a disgrace if it is so. Don’t ever insult my inteligence!! Check out the circled figure.
I refer to a fellow blogger on this site earlier, who stressed that he can’t seem to get a seat on an MAS flight with their stated offers. So, having those offers may not necessarily be an offer after all, if only an extremely limited number can get hold of them.
AirAsia, thank you for managing my expectations as far as fares are concerned.