~$29 Round-Trip Dubai to Manila & Other Cheap Philippine Flights (Ends Tomorrow or When Sold Out)!
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So I don’t know how long this sale will be available!
And Cebu Pacific has other international destinations on sale too!
Even though the sale is advertised as 1 Philippine peso each way, taxes and fees bump the cost up to ~$29 round trip.
What’s the Deal?
Link: Cebu Pacific Seat SaleCebu Pacific has international routes on sale for as little as 1 Philippine peso (2 cents!) each way. With taxes and fees, a round-trip ticket costs ~$29.
The international destinations included in the sale are:
Cebu Pacific automatically adds meals and checked baggage fees to your booking. So to get the cheapest fares, uncheck those options before you pay.
And remember, the charge on your credit card will come from overseas. So be sure to use a card that doesn’t add foreign transaction fees, like the Chase Sapphire Preferred or Barclaycard Arrival Plus World Elite Mastercard.
This might be a good deal for folks who got in on the Etihad mistake fare in December!
Bottom LineCebu Pacific is having a very good sale on flights between the Philippines and some of their international destinations, like Dubai.
You can fly round-trip for ~$29 including taxes and fees. But you have to book by January 28, 201,5 and fly between June 15, 2015 and December 10, 2015.
This could be very useful for folks who bought tickets when Etihad had a mistake fare in December.
Please share your experiences with Cebu Pacific in the comments! And let me know if you book a ticket!
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