Here are the latest Cebu Pacific promo for 2020 to 2021 travel. Carefully view important details below including the selling period, travel dates, destinations & where to book.

Cebu Pacific’s PISO FARE PROMO is back! To celebrate Philippine Independence Day, flights to select domestic and international destinations are selling for as low as P1 base fare. The travel period is for 2021 (next year) and includes the months of February, March, April, & May.

Destinations include Manila, Davao, Kalibo, Iloilo, Clark, Tacloban, Puerto Princesa, Hong Kong, Singapore and 43 more places.

Cebu Pacific Promo + online booking tips

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About Cebu Pacific Promo + how to book

Cebu Pacific, the Philippines' largest budget airline, offers affordable year-round airfares on flights in the Philippines. It is quite popular especially among budget travelers for selling cheap promo fares.

Book the cheapest flights during piso fare promos

The cheapest flights that you can book with the airline are called piso fares (P1 or one peso fare). These ultra-cheap flight sales only happen a few times a year, however.

During a piso fare promo, domestic roundtrip tickets can be bought for as low as P300 all-in! Consider yourself very lucky if you encounter one & book fast because seats get sold out quickly.

Promo fares are offered very frequently

Don't worry, you can still find affordable Cebu Pacific flights on its more frequent promotions that are scheduled regularly and usually announced multiple times a week.

You can easily book one-way domestic tickets in the Philippines for less than PHP1,500. This is a huge money saver considering domestic flights typically get sold from PHP1,500 to PHP2,500 and upwards, depending on booking & travel dates.

No promo today, what to do next?

While waiting for the next seat sale, here are tips you can follow right now.

1. Subscribe to promo alerts — Sign-up to Cebu Pacific's newsletter & follow the airlines' social media accounts (see the list above for the links).

Save time by checking promo alerts on Detourista. Make sure to subscribe to the email alerts to get notified of future promotions from Cebu Pacific and other major airlines in the Philippines.

2. Search airfare comparison sites — These sites provide an easy way to check & compare fares from multiple airlines in one search. Click below to start:

3. Check cheap flights on similar airlines — Don't forget to check cheap flights & seat sales offered by other airlines including Philippine Airlines, AirAsia, Scoot, & Jetstar.

Depending on where you're flying, also check fares on Singapore Airlines, Cathay Pacific, EVA Air, Japan Airlines, All Nippon Airways, KLM, Malaysia Airlines, Thai Airways, Saudia, Qantas, Turkish Airlines, Etihad, Emirates & Qatar Airways.

How to book Cebu Pacific promo flights

Found a promo fare that you would like to book? The best way to check if they are available is to do a flight search online, directly on Cebu Pacific's official website or mobile app. The process of booking promo flights should be the same as booking regular flights.

Make sure to read conditions posted on the announcement to confirm the method of booking. Also review important details including the selling period & travel dates.

Here's a step-by-step guide on booking Cebu Pacific flights online:

Step 1 — Go to Book your flights directly on Cebu Pacific‘ official website or mobile app.

Step 2 — Enter your travel details on the flight search box, which can be found under the “Flight” tab on the homepage and on the flight search page (link). Make sure to match your travel dates with the travel period of the promo and to book within the selling period.

Step 3 — Click the “Find Flights” button to proceed to the flight results page.

Step 4 — Select your flights by clicking on the airfare/price that you want to book. In case you found a promo fare announcement by Cebu Pacific and they are not listed on this page, seats allocated for the promo might already be sold out. Promo seats are limited per flight, especially during peak travel dates and popular promos like piso fares. Remember to check other dates for availability. Also, make sure that the selling period has not yet expired and that your flight dates match the travel period mentioned in the announcement.

Step 5Book your flight by following the on-screen instructions.

See the Cebu Pacific promo & booking guide for more booking tips & helpful info.

You can also buy flights through the Cebu Pacific mobile app, by calling their booking hotline or by visiting their official ticketing offices.

Flying with Cebu Pacific

Destinations & Routes

Traveling in the Philippines? Cebu Pacific should be on your list of airlines to search for flights because it operates the country’s widest domestic flight network.

Cebu Pacific flies to more than 37 domestic destinations and 27 international destinations, in at least 15 countries. The airline mainly flies to/from these airports in the Philippines — Manila, Cebu, Davao, Iloilo, Kalibo, Clark, and Zamboanga.

The airline’s international flight network includes major cities in Southeast Asia, East Asia, Middle East, Australia, and Guam.

Philippine domestic destinations

Island Group Destinations Discontinued
Hubs & focus cities Manila, Cebu, Clark, Davao, Kalibo, Iloilo, Cagayan de Oro
Luzon (Northern Philippines) Basco (Batanes), Busuanga (Coron), Cauayan, Clark, Legazpi, Manila, Masbate, Naga, Puerto Princesa (Palawan), San Jose (Mindoro), Tablas (Romblon), Tuguegarao, Virac Laoag, Subic
Visayas (Central Islands) Bacolod, Calbayog, Caticlan (Boracay), Cebu, Dumaguete, Iloilo, Kalibo, Ormoc, Roxas, Tacloban, Tagbilaran Catarman
Mindanao (Southern Islands) Butuan, Cagayan de Oro, Camiguin, Cotabato, Davao, Dipolog, General Santos, Ozamiz, Pagadian, Siargao, Surigao, Tandag, Tawi-Tawi, Zamboanga

Cebu Pacific is also popular for cheap international flights to/from the Philippines. Its flight network includes over 27 major airports in Asia-Pacific and the Middle East.

It operates direct international flights to/from secondary international airports like Cebu, Iloilo, Kalibo, Clark, and Davao, which makes it an excellent airline to fly with if you do not want to transit through crowded Manila Airport.

International destinations

Southeast Asia Destinations Discontinued
Brunei Bandar Seri Begawan
Cambodia Siem Reap
Indonesia Bali (Denpasar), Jakarta
Malaysia Kota Kinabalu, Kuala Lumpur, Sandakan
Thailand Bangkok Phuket
Vietnam Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh (Saigon)

East Asia Destinations
Hong Kong
Mainland China Beijing, Guangzhou (Canton), Shanghai, Xiamen
Taiwan Taipei Kaohsiung
Japan Fukuoka, Nagoya, Osaka (Kansai), Tokyo (Narita) Niigata
South Korea Busan (Pusan), Seoul (Incheon)

Middle East Destinations
Kuwait Kuwait
Qatar Doha
Saudi Arabia Dammam, Riyadh
United Arab Emirates Dubai Sharjah

Oceania / Pacific Islands Destinations
Australia Sydney, Melbourne
United States Guam

Before you book

Read promo details & conditions carefully — Be mindful of important details posted on the announcement, especially the sale period and travel period. You should book your flights before the end of the selling period.

In addition, promo fares are only available for dates on or within the travel period. If your travel plans do not match the travel period posted or if the promo had already expired, make sure to watch out for the next promo announcement.

Check fares and book online — When you've found a promo fare that you would like to book, the best way to check if they are available is to do a flight search online, directly on Cebu Pacific's website or mobile app. The process of booking promo flights should be the same as booking regular flights. Make sure to read conditions posted on the announcement to confirm the method of booking.

Book directly with Cebu Pacific — The biggest reason to book and check fares online is that most promo fares by Cebu Pacific are only available on their official website, mobile app, booking offices or call centers.

Third-party travel agencies, even if they are affiliated with Cebu Pacific, might not have access to promo fares. These agencies will likely tell you that they cannot find the discounted fares in their system, and offer regular fares instead.

Book as soon as possible — Before calling them FAKE, you should know that limited promo seats are available for any given flight route. If all promo seats are sold out on your chosen flight, you will only be able to view and book the next lowest regular fare.

Cebu Pacific promo fares are quite popular and may get sold out very quickly. It's important to book them as soon as possible to get ahead of other people who are also on the hunt for cheap airfares.

The airline also limits promo seats on certain dates and rarely offer them on "black-out dates," which may include peak periods such as holidays, festival dates, and other busy dates for air travelers.

In case you cannot find the promo prices advertised on the announcement, you may follow these tips to confirm whether a promo is fake or not:

Make sure the promo has not yet expired.

Confirm that your chosen travel dates match the travel period posted on the announcement.

Check prices on other dates, perhaps days to months before or after your intended travel.

Check prices on other flight routes and destinations mentioned on the promo announcement.

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