Frequent flyer: Fly now, pay later

posted September 28, 2019 at 06:30 pm
by  Manila Standard Lifestyle
Allowing more ways to pay and more passengers to fly, leading budget airline Cebu Pacific teams up with Cashalo to offer fly now, pay later payment option. 

This alternative digital-credit payment solution can be used by both first-time and frequent travelers to purchase domestic flights worth P7,000 and below on the Cebu Pacific website (www.cebupacificair.com). 

Oriente vice president of digital commerce Linda Lan and Cebu Pacific vice president for marketing and customer experience Candice Iyog
Oriente vice president of digital commerce Linda Lan and Cebu Pacific vice president for marketing and customer experience Candice Iyog
Passengers must choose the “Pay with Cashalo” option on the payments tab. They will then be redirected to the Google Play store or App store to download the Cashalo app, sign up, and apply for a quick loan. 

Loan settlements can be done in easy-to-pay installments within three or six months. 

US of activities on discount

Flying to the United States of America soon? Travel activities and services booking platform Klook has launched its USA tours and activities. 

Explore Los Angeles with the Go Los Angeles Card from Klook.
Explore Los Angeles with the Go Los Angeles Card from Klook.
Amusement seekers may skip the lines and score discounted tickets to Disneyland Park, Disney California Adventure Park, and Universal Studios in Los Angeles.

Explore Los Angeles with the Go Los Angeles Card which gives direct access to LA’s most popular attractions and offers savings of up to 50 percent.

Klook is offering the USADREAM code, which gives users 10 percent off with a minimum purchase of P10,000 and maximum discount value of P3,000 valid until Dec. 31.

Topics: Fly now , pay later , Cebu Pacific , Cashalo
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