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Hotel Discounts Offered to Inter-Provincial Bus Passengers

 

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Bangkok, Aug 8 (TNA) – State-run Transport Co and the Thai Hotels Association are offering room rate discounts of up to 75% from today until July 15. 

 

Manote Saichuto, acting president of Transport Co, said his organization together with the Thai Hotels Association offered hotel room discounts of 10-75% for the second year. Passengers of Transport Co can receive the discounts when they show their bus tickets at 47 participating hotels nationwide. 

 

Passengers will receive a discount for one hotel room per ticket. The discounts cannot be turned into cash. Transport Co reserves its right to change conditions and terminate the promotion without a prior notice.

 

Full story: https://tna.mcot.net/english-news-494718

 

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... yeah, that's exactly the outfit of paranoid androids that banned stinkin' foreigners on their buses recently ... I believe they meanwhile did the usual 180 backflippin', but still:

 

>This is not intelligence as we know it, Jim!<

 

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3 hours ago, colinneil said:

Until july 15th? Today is august 9th.

Are you saying we're living in the past?

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1 minute ago, ChouDoufu said:

cool beans!

 

as a stinkin' foreigner, i'm not allowed to take the bus to not be allowed to stay in a hotel near where i'm not allowed to participate in a marathon!

 

amazing, thailand!

It must be old stock anyway.

Buy a Snickers.

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4 hours ago, colinneil said:

Until july 15th? Today is august 9th.

 

The flier does say 15 July 64, so next year. 

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Just now, theoldgit said:

 

The flier does say 15 July 64, so next year. 

Yes but i was being sarcastic.🤔

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In my opinion, I cannot see this being a success. From my Inter-Provincial Bus experiences, the overnight services are like mobile "hostels" with all passengers fast asleep whilst on daytime services, the passengers usually have their own accommodation (such as home) on arrival. With due respect, I just do not think ordinary Thai bus travelers would consider a hotel. Maybe I will be wrong.

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