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Promo: Cebu Pacific's GetGo is Taking You to Boracay for Just 200 Points

This article are for members of Cebu Pacific rewards program GetGo. The latest promo from GetGo gives out free flights to Boracay from Cebu for as low as 200 points. For those GetGo members who have accumulated enough points, this is your chance to relax in the white sands of Boracay.

For those with GetGo points 1000 and above, you can also avail of international flights. For example, Manila to Kota Kinabalu (Malaysia) can be booked for as low as 1000 Points. Another example is Cebu to Hong Kong for as low as 3500 points. Here's the complete list.

From Cebu to

  • Davao, Kalibo, Boracay (Caticlan) - 200 GetGo Points
  • Hong Kong - 3500 GetGo Points
  • Incheon - 5000 GetGo Points

from Manila to

  • Hong Kong, Taipei, Kota Kinabalu - 1000 GetGo Points
  • Bacolod, Iloilo, Kalibo, Legazpi, Roxas, Tacloban, Tablas, Cebu - 1200 GetGo Points
  • Cagayan de Oro, Davao, General Santos, Boracay (Caticlan), Pagadian, Puerto Princesa, Busuanga (Coron), Zamboanga -  1800 GetGo Points
  • Macau, Brunei - 2000 GetGo Points
  • Guangzhou, Fukuoka, Kuala Lumpur, Incheon, Siem Reap, Bangkok, Singapore, Jakarta, Bali  - 3500 GetGo Points
  • Nagoya, Osaka, Narita, Shanghai - 5000 GetGo Points

from Clark to

  • Boracay (Caticlan), Kalibo, Busuanga (Coron), Puerto Princesa - 1000 GetGo Points
  • Singapore - 3500 GetGo Points

from Cagayan de Oro to

  • Bacolod, Iloilo - 1800 GetGo Points

from Iloilo / Davao to

  • Singapore - 3500 GetGo Points
This promo runs from today until September 30, 2017 while travel dates should fall from January 1 to March 31, 2018.

About Boracay

Flights from Cebu to Boracay just take about 30 minutes. The plane lands in Caticlan airport and from there, you can ride a tricycle (three wheeled vehicle composed of bike and carriage) going to the terminal of boats that will take you to Boracay island.

Boracay island is one of the most visited places among local and foreign tourists. This small island is home to long beaches of fine white sand. Through the years, it has developed from a simple and relatively unknown vacation spot into an international tourism destination.
August 24, 2015 - Boracay Island - Children playing in the white sand of the beach. Image by amagnawa.

About GetGo

GetGo is Cebu Pacific's rewards program. You can earn free flights in exchange of points. Points can be accrued primarily when you fly a Cebu Pacific flight. But there are also other ways to earn points such as shopping in Robinsons Supermarket and staying in any of the Go Hotel branches.

You can apply for the program by signing up at their official website


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