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You Can Now Pay Your PAL Booking At Seven-Eleven Stores

7 Eleven sign in L.A.
7 Eleven sign in L.A. (Photo credit: Tommy Ironic)
Following the move of the low-cost airline Airphil Express, Philippine Airlines (PAL) now allows customers to pay online bookings via Seven-Eleven stores. This would mean that you don't need to have a credit card to avail of their latest promos and deals. Furthermore, PAL will install ECPAY Payment Center facilities in all 766 7-11 retail stores nationwide to accommodate as many customers as possible.

Procedure of Purchase
The customer just need to go to PAL's website, input  the travel details including the destinations and the dates of flight. After clicking next, you will be taken to a page where you will be asked to choose whether to Proceed to Payment or Reserve and Hold. If you chose to reserve and hold your itinerary, then you have to log-in with your username and password. If you don't have an account, click on the "Create New Account"  link to register.

Upon successful log-in, proceed to the next steps and enter the passenger information. After completing all the required booking procedures, then you will receive a confirmation email. Print that email and go to the nearest 7-11 store to pay. After paying, you will receive the official e-ticket via email also.

Please remember the following:
(1) Your travel time should be at least 48 hours from the time of booking.
(2) You need to pay at a 7-11 store within 24 hours after the booking is completed.
If both conditions are not met, then you will either be denied to book or forfeit your reservation.

For inquiries, you may call the ECPay Customer Support at these contact numbers and email address:
(02) 421-6032 to 35
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