Cebu pacific offer The Bigating Salubong Sale P199

Cebu Pacific Celebrates 28 th Anniversary with Seat Sales
Cebu Pacific (PSE: CEB), the country’s leading airline, is the gift that keeps on giving as it launches a
series of seat sales for the whole month of March in celebration of its 28th anniversary.

As its first offering, CEB is giving every Juan the chance to travel to select domestic and international
destinations with the “Bigating Salubong Sale”. Starting today until March 14, passengers can book
flights for as low as PHP 199 one-way base fare, excluding fees and surcharges. The travel period is from
April 1 to September 30, 2024.

As an added treat, CEB will also be offering an up to 28% discount on select add-ons all month long to
further offer the best value to travelers planning to go on budget trips.

With the summer season fast approaching, now is the perfect time to go and see the picturesque clear
blue waters of Cebu and Bacolod, taste the luscious seafood that Roxas City has to offer, fly to Seoul
(Incheon) and visit the serene Eulwangni Beach, or chase the surf waves of Sydney’s Bondi Beach. All
these are now made within reach through the #CEBSuperSeatFest.

As CEB turns 28 this month, passengers can look forward to more surprises in store for them that will
tick off their travel bucket lists.

CEB flew its maiden flight on March 8, 1996, from Manila to Cebu. Since then, over 200 million
passengers have been serviced by the airline. CEB is offering its “Bigating Promo-versary” seat sale as a
way to thank its passengers for their unwavering support to the airline for the past 28 years.

CEB currently flies to 35 domestic and 24 international destinations spread across Asia, Australia, and
the Middle East.

Book your seat now at


Ariel Fernandez

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