Latest update on: 5 January 2018
Why pay full price when you can easily get a discount? I bought my cheapest Airport Express Train tickets at >30% discount on my mobile phone while travelling from the Airport to Hong Kong city on the train. It’s an instant confirmation and you need to know about this.
HERE ARE WHAT YOU’LL NEED:
1. Mobile phone
3. Credit card
STEP BY STEP INSTRUCTIONS:
1. Use my referral to sign up and download Klook app: https://www.klook.com/invite/6126U.
This is very important in order to enjoy an additional US$3/HK25 off on top of Klook’s discounted rate.
2. Once you’ve signed up, search for “Hong Kong Airport Express Train Tickets” on your Klook app. You’ll see the 30% discounted (QR Code Direct Entry) ticket for sale.
3. Click “Book Now” to purchase your Hong Kong Airport Express Train tickets. Choose your destination (single/trip or round trip):
4. At the payment page, enter your details, credit card info, and *VERY IMPORTANTLY* click PROMO CODE to redeem the additional US$3/HK$25 that you’ve earned from using my referral link
5. Once you’ve booked your train ticket, you’ll see it under the “Bookings”. This will be an open dated ticket that is valid for 90 days from the date of purchase. There is no need to redeem a physical ticket.
Viola! You’ve bought the cheapest Airport Express Train Tickets in Hong Kong!
AT HONG KONG AIRPORT ARRIVAL HALL
Hop on the Hong Kong Airport Express Train directly. No ticket is required for boarding from the airport. You can also enjoy the free Wi-Fi on Airport Express train and power charging points can be found at either end of the train.
UPON ARRIVAL AT YOUR DESTINATION
Use your Klook app: Go to “Bookings” -> “View Voucher” and you’ll see your Airport Express QR code. Scan your QR code at the QR-code gantry and that’s it! Enjoy your holiday in Hong Kong!
Travel smart and save more by using my referral code on Klook: 6126U
If you know other ways to get the best travel deals, feel free to leave a message below or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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