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Cebu Pacific Announces Zero Fare for 2014 Flights

Pay no base fare in the latest Cebu Pacific promo for next year travel period. The largest airline in the country has just announced a Zero Fare promo.

The promo is valid for all destinations. Yes, it is open for both domestic and international destinations. The travel period is from June 1 to December 14, 2014.
Here's the promo poster. The promo is valid up to August 27, 2013 subject to seat availability.

Seat booking and reservations

Seats can be reserved and booked in many different ways. One way is through online at Just use your debit or credit card to pay the price of the ticket.

If you don't have a credit card, you can just reserve the seats and just pay it within 24 hours at any Cebu Pacific payment centers. Those payment centers includes banks and other establishments. For the full list of the payment centers, please check Cebu Pacific website.

Another way to book or reserve a seat is by going to the nearest Cebu Pacific ticketing office.

Caution For Booking Promo Fares

When promos like this were being announced, may get totally excited. Well, the discount is really attractive. But some have been overly tempted by the so called "cheap fares" that they book even though they have no plans of traveling or their travel plans is not yet firm. The result is waste of money if the ticket ends up not being used.

How much is lost? Well, even though airlines can give down to zero base fares, it will still cost around 1000 Pesos due to taxes, surcharges and other fees. 1000 Pesos is not a small amount for a typical working class Filipinos. That money can be used to buy more useful things rather than spending on a wasted airline ticket.
So, the next time you hear of promo announcements like this, take time to think before booking.

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