Wednesday, February 22, 2012

More Fun in Cebu Pacific Promo Fares

Cebu Pacific continuously delights passengers by giving away seat sales for everyone. Just this month, I availed the 1.43 pesos Cebu Pacific promo fares. I managed to book two passengers for a roundtrip travel for only 2,750 pesos, with taxes and fees included. I was one of the “lucky Juans” my friend had said. The competition for the 1.43 pesos Cebu Pacific promo fares is so tough that my friend failed in booking a roundtrip flight from Manila to Kalibo, which is has airport nearest to Boracay. I wrote about some tips on how to get those Cebu Pacific promo fares. I suggest that you read that article so that you can also a “lucky Juan.”

You will need those tips for the latest Cebu Pacific promo fares. Cebu Pacific is now offering 188 pesos Cebu Pacific promo fares for the following flights:

*Cebu to Bacolod, Dumaguete, Iloilo, Tacloban or Ozamiz.
*Zamboanga to TawiTawi.

288 pesos Cebu Pacific promo fares are available for these flights:

*Manila to San Jose, Mindoro Occidental.
*Cebu to Butuan, Clark or Davao.

Cebu Pacific also offers 888 pesos seat sale for the following international flights:

*Manila to Taipei or Xiamen.

1,888 pesos Cebu Pacific promo fares are available for travel from Manila to Shanghai, Beijing or Guangzhou.

Travel period for these Cebu Pacific promo fares are from April 1 to June 30, 2012. Seat sale period is until February 23 or until available seats lasts.

So, what are you waiting for? Visit Cebu Pacific website and book now!


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