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100 flights for free and other exclusive perks for cardholders



FASHION and lifestyle bloggers Laureen Uy and Robbie Becroft

Visa and Cebu Pacific, the country’s largest national flag carrier, recently inked a five-year partnership that would bring exclusive and exciting perks for Visa cardholders who frequently fly via Cebu Pacific.

To kick off this partnership, the two companies will give one Visa cardholder a chance to win 100 flights for free to Cebu Pacific’s international and domestic destinations through the “Juan Hundred and 1: Visang Daang Lipad” promo.

Cebu Pacific has 32 domestic and 19 international destinations, including Hong Kong, Korea, China, Japan, Vietnam, Cambodia, Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia and Brunei.

The promo is open to all Visa cardholders ages 18 and above who are residing in the Philippines.

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Visa cardholders who want to join the promo can simply “Like” the Cebu Pacific Facebook page (www.facebook.com/cebupacificair) to view the full mechanics of the promo. After liking the page, book a Cebu Pacific flight by clicking the “Book a flight now!” button. The participant will then be directed to the Cebu Pacific website, where he/she can book a flight using their Visa card, to qualify.

A single Visa transaction for flight tickets amounting to at least P1 is equivalent to one raffle entry. The promotion applies to tickets purchases only through the website.

This promo runs Oct. 3-Nov. 17. The grand raffle draw will be held  Nov. 28.

“Filipinos love to travel whether domestically to see extended family or for pleasure to see the world,” said Iain Jamieson, Visa Country Manager, Philippines and Guam. “That’s why we’re working with Cebu Pacific on this groundbreaking five-year alliance to make it easier for Filipinos to realize their passion for travel. The journey now starts with Cebu Pacific and Visa.”

CANDICE Iyog, CEB VP for marketing and distribution, and Iain Jamieson, Visa country manager, Philippines and Guam

“Whether consumers choose to pay with their Visa credit, debit or prepaid card for their flights and holidays, we will offer cardholders exclusive promotions, discounts and privileges. They will benefit from the convenience and security that comes from paying with Visa. Ultimately, we hope to help Filipinos see more of the world with Cebu Pacific, for a lifetime of memories,” added Jamieson.

For more information, visit www.corporate.visa.com and www.cebupacificair.com.

Mechanics for Visang Daang Lipad promo

A single transaction for flight tickets amounting to at least one peso (P1) is equivalent to one raffle entry.

KELLY Misa on a shopping spree, thanks to Cebu Pacific Visa

Eligibility:

The contest is open to Visa cardholders, ages 18 and up, who reside in the Philippines.

The promotion only applies to flight ticket purchases.

Visa cardholders should purchase their flight ticket directly from the Cebu Pacific website (http://www.cebupacificair.com) using their Visa card.

Disqualification:

Employees of Cebu Pacific, Visa and Wishcraft Creative Affairs Team Inc., including their relatives up to the second degree of consanguinity or affinity are disqualified from joining the promotion.

How to join:

RICHARD Co (center) bagged the grand prize in the Shop and Tell challenge during the media launch of the Visa-Cebu Pacific partnership at the Genting Club, ResortsWorld Manila.

Step 1: “Like” the Cebu Pacific page to view the full mechanics of the promo.

Step 2: After liking the page, click on the “Book a flight now!” button in the Juan Hundred in 1 Visang Daang Lipad tab to book a flight in the Cebu Pacific website.

Step 3: Book a Cebu Pacific flight using your Visa card. After a successful transaction, you will receive an e-ticket via e-mail, which will serve as proof of entry. An e-mail message will be sent to the Visa cardholder’s registered e-mail address confirming the raffle entry.

Deadline of submission of entries/deadline of ticket purchase is on Nov. 17, 11:59 p.m.


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