Cebu Pacific wants every Juan to know that they’re one with the DOT in promoting to the world that it’s more fun in the Philippines thru its latest FUN seat sale! Their airfares currently start at just P400 when you travel from Manila to some local destinations such as Bacolod City, Tacloban City and Catarman. The sale is on today until January 12 or until seats last. This is for travel period February 1 to April 30, 2012.
Cebu Pacific continue to delight budget travelers this Christmas season with its many seat sales. The latest Cebu Pacific promo features slashed off fares to several local destinations at just P88! This is for travel period January 1 to March 30, 2012. The seat sale is up until December 9, 2011 only or until seats last. Surely, low fares are the perfect Christmas gift a budget traveler can ever receive.
Guess what, everything ends in 8 at Cebu Pacific today until October 12, 2011 or until seats last. P388 to Bacolod, Dumaguete and Iloilo from Cebu. P488 to Cauayan (Isabela), Laoag, Legazpi, Naga and San Jose (Mindoro) from Manila. P488 to Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia from Manila. And a lot, lot more. This is for travel period December 31 to March 31, 2012. Hurry and book your favorite local and international destinations now.
Cebu Pacific’s latest seat sale starts at P488! Travel to your favorite domestic and international destinations and save money. It can’t be better than this. The sale period is today until August 25, 2011 or until all seats have been filled up. This is for travel period October 1 to December 31, 2011 only. Hurry and book your tickets online now.
I noticed it just now after getting round-trip plane tickets for my sister online. She’ll be traveling from the Visayas to Manila. While double checking the e-ticket sent to my e-mail, I browse through the payment details section (see photo below). Apparently, Cebu Pacific has this ‘web admin fee’ charged to travelers per transaction in the amount of P70. What’s that for? I mean, do we have to pay for booking online? Or perhaps, for the maintenance of their newly-upgraded website? No matter what the reason is, do you think it’s fair? I don’t think so.
In December of last year, Cebu Pacific introduced yet another cutting-edge development in their airline operations, particularly in their online booking options. It is called Travel Fund. CEB’s Travel Fund is like a “virtual fund” where Cebu Pacific passengers get to store their unused tickets for future use. So, which passengers are entitled to a Cebu Pacific Travel Fund? Those that have rebooked or canceled flights.