Air Canada Is Having A Giant Cyber Monday Sale On Worldwide Flights

With Cyber Monday in full swing, most of us are searching through different online stores in hopes of grabbing the best deals on anything we could ever imagine buying.

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TL;DR Air Canada is offering 15% off flights worldwide for Cyber Monday. The offer is valid on all flights departing Canada from January 10, 2019 to June 15, 2019. Use the code CYBERMONDAY2018 at checkout.

Seriously, we can all agree today is way better than Black Friday. You can stay home, shop from the comfort of your bed, and avoid super long lines and the kind of physical altercations that have come to define Black Friday. Plus, some of the deals are even better today than they were three days ago.

This year, for example, Air Canada's Cyber Monday sale stands out.

Today only, get 15% off all base fares on flights worldwide! The offer is valid on all flights departing Canada and arriving at various destinations across the world. Your flight must take place between January 10, 2019 and June 15, 2019 to qualify for the Cyber Monday discount. 

You now have the perfect excuse to escape the winter weather about to arrive across the country. Travel to a tropical destination for some rest and relaxation in the sun, or even visit a city in Europe for an unforgettable winter experience.

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The choice is totally yours! No matter what you pick, you'll be receiving 15% in savings!

Once you've planned your flight, just use the code CYBERMONDAY2018 at checkout and you're all set. But hurry! This offer ends at 11:59PM tonight! Who knows when this deal will be available again?

Don't waste anymore time! To book your Cyber Monday flight with Air Canada, click HERE.

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  • If you're heading out, make sure to call ahead to your destination to inquire about reduced hours.

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