How to utilize a Discover Card to purchase an Air Asia ticket from Thailand to Australia?

I need to puchase a ticket from Thailand to Australia. However, Air Asia (which has the cheapest tickets) does not accept Discover Card. Can you use PayPal or is their a clever way to get around this restriction. Telling me to pay cash or use another credit card does not answer my question.
Rat, typical reply that doesn't address the question. You are a moron.
Bot23, good answer.
Bot23, good answer.

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You can't go apply for a Master, American Express or Visa Card. Because that's the only payment they seem to accept looking at the website, like I just did. Reported just like two other questions deleted added: you can pay at a seven eleven only if you purchase a non discounted ticket. In other words if you pay full price you can pay at the outlets suggested. So again the Moron says no get yourself a real credit card and fly cheap.

How to organized my visit to thailand Bangkok ?

I am (Male) planning to visit bkk for about 08 days. what is the best way to plan? best if i can visit a beach and feel the real life thai people and visit some ancient cities. of course will add some fun also.

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8 days! I normally only get to spend 7 days and I am in my late 50's so its pacing myself hahaha Depending on when you arrive, recharge your batteries. if you arrive at night, sleep. Morning, eat or take a short nap, unpack get your bearings. Go to your concierge for a Bangkok map or pick one up in the airport. For the first time and the beach, I would just go to Pattaya, about 90 km south of Bangkok, there is lots to do down there, water sports and eating and drinking. www.a2zpattaya.com While you are in bangkok, www.bangkok.com Tours: There are a number of tours you can take. Ayutthaya is the ancient capital, about 90-120 km north of Bangkok, there is a boat tour that comes back by bus. Supposed to be nice, takes all day http://www.bangkok.com/river-cruise-tours/ there is also 4 day cruise to Kachanaburi near the River Kwai There are other local Bangkok tours, Using a segway to see Bangkok http://www.bangkok.com/segway-tours/ And cycling tours to visit the local areas http://www.bangkok.com/cycling-tours/ For fun Go-go bars, clubs, massage parlors, etc. www.bangkoktonight.com Specific and recent information on the go-go bars, they update the site every 3-6 months www.bangkokbargirls.info Souvenirs: I would go to MBK Center or Mah Boon Khrom center in the Siam Square at the National Stadium station of the skytrain, Floors 6 and 7 best place to shop, silks, knick knacks, t-shirts, etc. all in one place. Clothes, MBK or Platinum mall Use the skytrain or subway if you can. Massage with extras, take the subway to Huay Khwang station north of Sukhumvit, there are 5 parlors within 5 minutes of the station, Emmanuelle, Subway, Nataree(2 entrances), Hi Class, Caesars Entertainment. Which one? I like the women at Subway or Nataree, reasonable priced. Try the soapy massage at Nataree or Caesars Entertainment across the street. There is a night market just north of there if you get hungry afterwards. If you take a cab, to avoid the hassle of the cabbie insisting taking you to his favorite, take a cab to Emerald Hotel, next door to Subway. haha Go Go bars, try Soi Cowboy for the glitz. I would find Nana Plaza a bit confusing cause there are a couple of bars that have ladyboys working Clubs, I have been to the RCA, Royal City Avenue, there are like 3-4 clubs there really nice. Mostly locals. Q Bar is small and some local ladies go there. Nice reasonably priced drinks Food during the day, in Bangkok, the carts or when you are near a mall go eat at the food court, this is where the day workers eat. It's cheap and very good. General Thai information www.thaiwebsites.com Cultural information www.thailandguru.com His site is for those who want to live in Thailand, What he writes is applicable to tourists.

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