Japanese budget airline Peach is bringing back its most popular cheap flight promotion from last year. The Travel Lottery gachapon (capsule toy) will make a reappearance at Shibuya Parco for you to get two tickets for a flight within Japan at an even cheaper cost.
Visit the fourth floor of Shibuya Parco from April 29 to May 8 and try your luck at the gachapon for ¥10,000, which must be paid via the PayPay app. Each capsule contains Peach points that are worth between ¥12,000 and ¥20,000. You can use them to redeem two flight tickets by September 30 for the destination specified in your capsule.
You could get any of these 11 destinations at random: Hokkaido (Memanbetsu, Kushiro, Sapporo), Osaka, Fukuoka, Oita, Nagasaki, Miyazaki, Amami, Okinawa (Naha, Ishigaki). Your capsule also comes with an exclusive metal pin badge and a mission for you and your travel buddy to enjoy on the trip. Complete the mission and you’ll enter into a competition for a chance to win ¥3,000 worth of Peach points.
Visit the Peach website for more information.
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