Cebu Pacific promo fares are cheap flight tickets offered during special seat sale periods. Promo alerts are regularly announced every week, often even multiple times in a single week. Booking these low fares is an excellent way to save on costs when traveling around the Philippines and to the airline’s international destinations in Asia and Oceania. Cebu Pacific’s flight hubs include Manila, Clark, Cebu, Davao, and Iloilo.
How to Book Promo Fares
Here is a quick step-by-step guide on how to book Cebu Pacific promo fares:
- 1. Check the Latest Promo Alerts – Go to Cebu Pacific’s website (https://www.cebupacificair.com/) to view the latest promo fare announcements.
- 2. Check Promo Availability Online – The fastest way to check if promo fares are available is to do a online flight search on Cebu Pacific’s website. Perform a mock booking test to check real-time flight prices on your chosen travel dates and destinations. Promotional rates are displayed under the “Promo Fares” column on the search results. Select the cheapest fares and scroll down to view the “all-in” price.
- 3. Book Flight – Promo fares are booked the same way as their regular fares. If promo fares are available, continue to the next page and follow the on-screen instructions until you reach the payment page. In addition to credit cards, Cebu Pacific also accepts payments through ATM cards, Paypal, and offline over-the-counter payments.
Latest Promo Alerts
Promo announcements are prominently displayed on Cebu Pacific’s homepage. Detailed information on flights, fares, and conditions included in the announcement are posted under the “Promo” page. The airline also frequently posts updates on promo alerts on their Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/cebupacificair) and Twitter (https://twitter.com/CebuPacificAir) pages.
In addition to their official online channels, you may also find the latest promo alerts on our Cebu Pacific Promo Alerts page. We regularly check promo alerts from Cebu Pacific as well as other popular discount airlines so that you can view promo fare announcements from all airlines in one page. You may find the latest updates on the Promo alerts homepage (http://promo.detourista.com/) and on Promo Fares Facebook page.
If there no promos are available today on your destinations or travel dates, make sure to subscribe to our email and Facebook alerts so that we can update you on new Cebu Pacific promo fare announcements.
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About Cebu Pacific
Cebu Pacific Air is the largest budget airline and operates the widest domestic flight network in the Philippines. The airline operates mainly from its flights hubs in Manila, Cebu, Davao, Clark, and Iloilo.
It is known for offering very cheap flights called “promo fares,” the most famous of which includes its “piso” (P1) and “zero” (P0) fares. A one-hour one-way domestic flight, for example, may be bought for less than P800 (US$18) during a piso fare seat sale.
After Cebu Pacific entered a partnership with Tiger Air Philippines in early 2014, all Tiger Air flights may be booked on Cebu Pacific’s official website.
Update (March 2015): Cebu Pacific removed the fuel surcharge on all its flights, roundtrip piso fare domestic flights may be bought for an all-in price of a few hundred pesos only.
Cebu Pacific Flight Network
Cebu Pacific flies to more than 30 domestic destinations, and 20 international destinations in at least 14 countries. The airline’s international flight network includes major cities in Southeast Asia, North Asia, and the Middle East.
Here is a list of Cebu Pacific’s flight destinations (not including Tiger Air flights):
Philippine Domestic Destinations
- Cauayan, Clark, Coron-Busuanga, Laoag, Legazpi, Manila, Naga, Puerto Princesa, San Jose (Mindoro), Tuguegarao, Virac.
- Bacolod, Boracay-Caticlan, Cebu, Dumaguete, Iloilo, Kalibo, Roxas, Tacloban, Tagbilaran.
- Butuan, Cagayan de Oro, Camiguin, Cotabato, Davao, Dipolog, General Santos, Ozamiz, Pagadian, Siargao, Surigao, Tandag, Tawi-tawi, Zamboanga.
South East Asia
- Brunei – Bandar Seri Begawan
- Cambodia – Siem Reap
- Indonesia – Bali, Jakarta
- Malaysia – Kota Kinabalu, Kuala Lumpur
- Thailand – Bangkok, Phuket
- Vietnam – Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh-Saigon
- Mainland China – Beijing, Guangzhou-Canton, Shanghai, Xiamen
- Hong Kong
- Taiwan – Taipei
- Japan – Nagoya, Osaka-Kansai, Tokyo-Narita
- South Korea – Busan-Pusan, Seoul-Incheon
- Saudi Arabia – Damman, Riyadh
- United Arab Emirates – Dubai
- Australia – Sydney