Budget carrier Cebu Pacific recently launched two credit card products that reward points for flights.
The new Cebu Pacific Gold and Platinum credit cards, in partnership with Go Rewards, UnionBank of the Philippines, and Visa, enable “everyJuan to earn Go Rewards points to fly faster” as they get one point for every P100 spent with Cebu Pacific.
If used anywhere else, one point will be earned for every P200 spent.
Credit card holders are eligible to be a Black Card member of Go Rewards, which in turn allows them to get the preferential earn rate of 1 Go Rewards point for every P20 spent (for the base fare and some ancillaries) when flying with Cebu Pacific.
Cardholders will get early alerts for promo fares, and other Go Rewards, UnionBank, and Visa exclusive offers. Platinum cardholders will also gain exclusive access to Pacific Club Lounge at NAIA Terminal 3 on top of travel insurance of up to P10 million.
Those who sign up for a card today until Dec. 31 will receive Go Rewards bonus points which can be used to book a Cebu Pacific flight online. A Gold cardholder will receive 5,000 points, while a Platinum cardholder will get 10,000 points.
In addition to flights, points earned can also be used to purchase essentials.
“We are very happy to announce this partnership with Go Rewards, UnionBank, and Visa. Through this, everyJuan will now have easy access to endless value-for-money deals and rewards – whether for booking those much-awaited trips, or just buying day-to-day needs,” Candice Iyog, vice president for marketing and customer experience at Cebu Pacific, said in a statement.
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