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More perks for GetGo members!

Cebu Pacific’s lifestyle rewards program GetGo makes traveling even more rewarding for members with huge discounts and exciting promos in partnership with leading establishments.

As much as 20 percent discounts on room rates can instantly be given to GetGo members who only need to show their membership cards at the Harbor Hotel in Iloilo, Tugawe Cove Resort in Camarines Sur, Buri Resort & Spa in Puerto Galera, and Busuanga Bay Lodge in Palawan upon booking. At The Oasis Hotel in Paco Park and at Hotel H2O, both located in Manila, cardholders can enjoy discounts of up to 65 percent upon booking.

Aside from exclusive discounts on hotel accommodations, GetGo members can also get free P100 Wizard Money upon purchase of a minimum of three Enchanted Kingdom tickets. The Wizard Money can be used to consume food and buy souvenirs, and can also be applied for ticket purchase on their next park visit.

GetGo members can also get as much as 58,700 bonus points when they apply for an EastWest Bank personal loan, while every purchase of a FujiFilm X-T10 lifestyle-travel camera entitles the buyer to a free GetGo membership kit loaded with 5,000 bonus points.

An additional 10 percent of points also await cardholders when converting their loyalty points from Citibank, RCBC Bankard, Security Bank, BDO, UnionBank, Metrobank Card, ZAP and RingRob Concierge. The conversion process involves (1) requesting the partner merchant to convert your loyalty points to GetGo points, (2) receiving a confirmation e-mail plus the additional 10 percent GetGo points, and (3) flying by redeeming free flights!

By simply flashing your GetGo membership card every time you transact with partner hotels, banks and other establishments, these amazing rewards are yours for the taking.  

For more information on memberships and partners, visit www.GetGo.com.ph, or call +632 71-GETGO (43846). The latest updates are also on GetGoPH’s official pages on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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