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Book Airline Tickets Even Without A Credit Card! How?

Contrary to what many people think, there are other ways to book a promo ticket online even though one has no credit card. Cebu Pacific, AirAsia Zest and Philippine Airlines have provided many alternative ways to allow more people to access their promo offers.

For Cebu Pacific, you can choose to book using your Debit Card, Bancnet Online or Payment Centers. Most ATMs nowadays can also be used as a debit card. If you're not sure if your card is capable of transacting online as a debit card, you can check it through your bank.
AirAsia Zest Airbus A320-216 RP-C8971
AirAsia Zest Airbus A320-216 RP-C8971 (Photo credit: /migma/)
Bancnet Online is an online payment and transaction facility for Bancnet members. Bancnet is the largest network of banks in the Philippines. To know whether your bank is a member of Bancnet, you can visit their website at www.bancnetonline.com.


Payment Centers is another way to book promo fares. What you need to do is to book online, reserve the seats, and pay to the nearest payment center by cash. Some of the Payment Centers are Bayad Center, BDO, BPI, SM Department Store, and LBC. You need to make the payment within 24 hours after reservation. Otherwise, the reservation will be forfeited.

AirAsia Zest also offers alternative ways to book your tickets online. You can pay via debit card, 7-Eleven Stores, Bayad Center, Cebuana Lhuillier or Robinsons Department Store.

Alternative ways to pay AirAsia Zest online booking.

Philippine Airlines (and PAL Express) offers paying through selected Petron Gas Stations or through 7-Eleven Stores. But in order to access these payment modes, you need to register first. Also, there's an additional fee for the service on top of the price of the ticket. Learn more here.


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