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Woolies and FlySafair Give Travelers a Reason to Chuckle

Woolworths and FlySafair partner to bring travel perks to local travellers.

As the year-end fatigue begins to set in, and with the start of October school holidays, South Africa’s much-loved retailer, Woolworths, and FlySafair have joined forces in an exciting partnership that is sure to give travellers a reason to smile.

Passengers travelling on selected FlySafair flights between Johannesburg and Durban, from 26 September to 16 October, can now look forward to enjoying a complementary bag of CHUCKLES® aboard their flight. In addition to this, customers all over South Africa also stand a chance to win 10x RETURN FLIGHTS AND CHUCKLES® HAMPERS by participating in the #LifesABall competition.

Speaking about the partnership, Woolworths Marketing Manager Confectionery Nkosinathi Vanda, said: “We are excited to be able to partner with the best low-cost airline in Africa on this promotion. This partnership will not only give South African passengers an opportunity take a much needed break, but will also afford many an opportunity to reconnect with family and friends at a time when
many of us are looking to make our money go further. We look forward to creating great travel experiences and memories with our customers.”

To stand a chance to win, customers must upload a photo or video of you living your best Chuckles® & FlySafair life, using the hashtag #LifesABall on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook or TikTok.

“We’re heading into the final stretch of 2022, and it’s been another crazy year. It’s wonderful to have the opportunity to partner with a great brand to bring a little lightness to our customer’s lives,” says Kirby Gordon, Chief Marketing Officer at FlySafair.

Competition valid: 26 September to 16 October 2022.

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