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Topic # 204483 3-Oct-2016 19:52
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Air NZ have sent me two marketing emails with specials "Airfares from Sydney to NZ", saying I should go on an NZ adventure. I already live in NZ. Did someone get their marketing email lists messed up?





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  Reply # 1644921 3-Oct-2016 20:39
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You probably got your email in the airnz.com.au mailing list somehow.

 

I had emails from both sides of the Tasman for a while when subsided to something via the Australian website once.


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  Reply # 1644934 3-Oct-2016 21:02
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Yep I got two as well

 

I think someone at AirNZ had a great monday this week...

 

 

 

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  Reply # 1644937 3-Oct-2016 21:13
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I tried to unsubscribe but I got "service unavailable".

 

 





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  Reply # 1644986 4-Oct-2016 01:13
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Looks like somebody has sent the email out to the wrong mailing list. I got it as well.

 

 


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timmmay:

 

Air NZ have sent me two marketing emails with specials "Airfares from Sydney to NZ", saying I should go on an NZ adventure. I already live in NZ. Did someone get their marketing email lists messed up?

 

 

 

 

Nope, I for one have been waiting for exactly that email and bought a couple of Melbourne-Auckland flights to match the deal on Auckland - Melbourne ones I got a month or two ago. Most of the international grabaseat's are one way which leaves you hunting for an expensive return flight. This offer was the other way (which is mainly Australian taxes), which is great for a change, saved me about $250 :-)


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  Reply # 1645007 4-Oct-2016 07:47
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I got a couple also, and the subscribe service claims to be unavailable.


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  Reply # 1648391 10-Oct-2016 10:26
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You should see it as an opportunity... if you see deal fares in both directions you can line them up and save money on a return journey for a change!


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  Reply # 1648425 10-Oct-2016 11:13
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sbiddle:

 

Looks like somebody has sent the email out to the wrong mailing list. I got it as well.

 

 

 

 

 

 

I got this email as well. but strangely the domain name was a bit different , if someone noticed?


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