How Did You Fare in the Last Cebu Pacific Piso Fare?

Cebu Pacific’s latest Piso Fare is over or at least it’s nearly over as of the time of this writing. How did you fare? Have you booked your desired tickets? How many and how much? For most people including me, I think, it’s been a nice promo. But for some, it’s just terrible…cramming up to be online to book tickets just to find out that your desired date tickets has been sold out!
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Follow Cebu Pacific on Twitter

I had my twitter account (http://twitter.com/ideasdigest) and I made sure that I’m following Cebu Pacific (http://twitter.com/CebuPacificAir ) tweets as frequently as every day. Why on twitter? The answer is simply because it’s the first tool used by Cebu Pacific Air to communicate their latest promo to the public. I mean as far as I know, that’s the quickest way for them to say “Hey folks, we have a promo... blahblahblah...”

How about their email newsletters? Well, it’s very inconsistent. Sometimes you receive it quick but sometimes it arrives after the promo it announces is over. It’s not reliable, that’s it.

How about visiting www.cebupacificair.com frequently? It’s also good, but twitter, I think is faster than anything else in my knowledge unless you have a friend working for Cebu Pacific.

So How Did You Fare?

On one of my blog post here announcing that promo, I received several complaints about the way the promo was announced. It was allegedly mentioned on their ad on a newspaper that the promo will start Friday, June 11 but as most of us know, the moment Cebu Pacific tweeted the promo on Thursday (June 10, 2010) afternoon, the promo has already begun. By midnight of the same day, almost all dates have been sold out and the website is enormously SLOW.

How about you? Any thoughts?

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