The returning CEB Super Pass will only be available for a week, so act fast!
Cebu Pacific is celebrating its 25th anniversary this month, and to mark the event, the airline is bringing back the CEB Super Pass. The unique promo lets flyers buy all the seats that they can and fly whenever they want to any of Cebu Pacific’s 32 domestic destinations for just a cheap P99 one-way fare.
The CEB Super Pass is the perfect fit for frequent flyers whose minds are already miles ahead of the ongoing lockdown. That’s because the budget-friendly deal can be redeemed within a period that stretches for more than a year between September 9, 2021, to September 23, 2022.
That means you can work remotely from anywhere you want, escape to anywhere with someone (but just as friends!), and even give the gift of travel to friends this Christmas season.
“We want to keep inspiring everyJuan to look forward to traveling no matter what their reason may be — be it for immediate travel, or for the coming months,” Candice Iyog, Vice-President for Marketing and Customer Experience at Cebu Pacific, said per Philippine Star. “Because the situation continues to be fluid, we know the CEB Super Pass is a timely option for guests who know they want and need to travel, but are unsure of their destinations and dates. With this voucher, everyJuan is guaranteed a very affordable fare.”
Buying the CEB Super Pass is super easy too! All you have to do is visit Cebu Pacific’s CEB Super Pass page, select as many vouchers as they want, indicate the full name of the passenger for each voucher, and pay for them. You can only purchase at most 10 vouchers at a time, but there is no limit to the number of vouchers you can buy until the end of the promo period on September 16, 2021.
In addition, you don’t have to know when or where you want to use them — the CEB Super Pass will simply be sent to your e-mail, ready for redemption. Once you decide on your desired destination, you can redeem your CEB Super Pass by booking a flight 30 to 7 days prior, or until seats run out for your preferred flight.
So, where are you flying first?