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Cebu Pacific Flies You to Dubai for Only 100 Pesos

Dubai, the crown jewel city of the United Arab Emirates. An open-city in the middle east and is home to thousands of overseas Filipino workers (OFW) is Cebu Pacific's first long-haul destination. The maiden flight to the Arab city is still in October this year yet Cebu Pacific is busy in promoting the new destination. Their latest promotion was just announced a couple of minutes ago - 100 Pesos Fare to Dubai.

OFWs and tourists will surely love this latest offer. Although, the total price is far above from 100 pesos, it will more likely cost less compared to the offers of other airlines. And imagine the convenience of flying directly from Dubai to Manila without stopovers and wasted time in airports waiting for the connecting flight. Many OFWs do that to save money but this latest promo will allow them to save more and yet get more convenience.
Cebu Pacific offers 100 Pesos base fare to Dubai



100 Pesos for Philippine Destinations

On top of the Dubai offer, which I think is the most interesting, Cebu Pacific also offers 100 Pesos base fare to all Philippine destinations. Again, additional cost shall be paid but it will still be a big savings when you really need to travel.

For the travel dates, Manila - Dubai is from January 1 to July 31, 2014. For Philippine destinations, the travel dates shall fall within December 1, 2013 to July 31, 2014. Do not expect every date to have a promo fare available. Holiday period such as those dates around December 25 and January 1 are not available, but you can try and see for yourself.

Aside from the fact that seats are limited, extremely low-fare promos like this only lasts for a day or two. In this case, the booking period is until August 2, 2013 or until seats last. The latter one usually comes first, so book as early as you can.

Tips:
- If possible book in small numbers of passenger
- make sure that you have already planned the travel date or else you'll run the risk of wasting money
- do not be late in the airport; international flight passengers should be in the airport at least 2 hours before the departure time
- if traveling abroad, make sure you have the necessary documents and IDs to avoid inconvenience and being left by the plane when you ran into trouble with the Immigration authorities.

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