Cathay Pacific First Class PYE Pajamas Free Gift Tag

If you’ve flown Cathay Pacific first class in the past year or so, you may have noticed that the PYE pajamas that they provide come with a gift tag offering a free gift if you go into any one of the PYE store locations in Asia. Since I was finally in Hong Kong, I redeemed a couple of tags, and here’s what you get.

PYE free gift

PYE free gift

Handkerchiefs!

Handkerchiefs!

One of the handkerchiefs

One of the handkerchiefs

So the free gift is a set of handkerchiefs. You can also redeem each tag for 500 HKD off of one item (no, they’re not stackable). While some have reported being able to use those for umbrellas (which cost less than 500 HKD and therefore you could get them for free), the person at the store told me that I couldn’t apply the tag to an umbrella, so my choices were shirts, ties, or more pajamas.

I don’t normally wear dress shirts (which is what PYE is famous for), so I opted for a t-shirt, which is also the cheapest item of clothing that they offer at 580 HKD (~$75, so not cheap at all). But at 500 HKD off, it was only 80 HKD, so it was about $10 for a nice t-shirt. Sounds good to me.

T-shirt (580 HKD)

T-shirt (580 HKD)–ignore the discoloration from my iPhone

For those of you who are also in Hong Kong or visiting Hong Kong, the PYE store is located in Pacific Place, which is connected to Admiralty station. This is also the mall connected to the Conrad Hong Kong, which is a good use of free weekend Hilton certificates. PYE also has stores in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, and Urumqi, where you can redeem the gift tags (check the tag for specific store locations).

3 thoughts on “Cathay Pacific First Class PYE Pajamas Free Gift Tag

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  2. Nora

    Hey Edward, not sure if you will see this since you seem like you have such a busy life. I was just wondering how you manage to do all this? All of these trips? How can you fit it into your work schedule? And first class all the time? Wont that cost you a fortune?

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    1. Edward Post author

      It helps that I have a relatively flexible work environment and schedule, and I often take trips that are much shorter than most people would prefer (e.g. weekend trips to Asia). And I definitely don’t fly first class all the time–I’ve written a couple of economy class trip reports–but miles and points make it feasible to fly first class relatively frequently.

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