Book and buy Air Asia flights at 7-Eleven

Some day we will all be born, live, work, shop and die without ever leaving 7-Eleven.

Although live birth and funeral services aren’t available (yet!), the ubiquitous convenience store – which recently became a post office – has now become a travel agency. 

As of yesterday, all 7-Eleven stores nationwide now take bookings and payment for all international and domestic flights from Thailand on Air Asia airline.

The ubiquitous 7-Eleven convenience stores have turned into physical sales outlets for Thai AirAsia (TAA) in a partnership that breaks new ground in air ticket distribution.

Ticket bookings must be made five days in advance of travel and can be paid for at the store’s “Counter Service” bill-pay service. A booking fee of 30 baht to 90 baht will be applied, depending on the value of the ticket. The service can be also be used to pay for bookings made online, within 24 hour of the reservation being made.

7-Eleven’s new strategies are part of an aggressive effort to ward rivals from taking a piece of its ample pie. CP All is building about 600 new stores annually.

Thirty million people spend about THB10 billion per month at 7-Eleven, according to Weeradej Ackapolpanich of Counter Service, which provides the bill pay services at 7-Eleven stores, Bangkok Post reported.

Visit Air Asia for more information.


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