Oh gosh.......... Don't get me started!!!!!
haha...I guess you'll be staying up late tonight MH :-) Better be quick. The key is patience and persistence. Expect heavy site traffic beginning midnight tonight. I notice we're 13 hours ahead of the time indicated on our posts.
No, I must honor "This is the last trip to PHP this year!!!!!"
Help me..... help me!!!!
@MH...How can you resist P26? That's less than S$1.00. Wondering why it's P26. Probably has something to do with the upcoming anniversary of the EDSA Revolution.Edited: 23 February 2012, 13:43
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May the force be with me.............. :p
Sale is now on...
The hunt is on!
Even if the force is not with you this time there's plenty more of seat sale to come.
Are our normally astute TA frequent contributors such as bryantpark enjoying an afternoon Spanish style siesta in the tropics?
This is what must account for none of the posters picking up that (as usual in most countries outside Australia) the seat sale does not include claimed taxes and charges.
I found a one way supposed P26 fare on 24 October from Cagayan de Oro to Manila.
Adding in taxes and charges, one must pay Cebu Pacific P773.92 or roughly 15 times the advertised P26.
Yes, it is still cheap, at least by Australian standards, but it's not quite the bargain that contributors above were salivating over. Be sure that some of the taxes and charges are inflated, especially if there is a claimed 'fuel surcharge.'
Of course as with almost all airlines the add on taxes and charges lack transperancy.
So by all means find a 'P26 fare' but remember to click the right hand side box to reveal the true cost.
Also make sure that you do not tick, or leave ticked, boxes such as opting in for travel insurance or the ridiculous 'green i.e. carbon neutral' contribution. The latter is silly because carbon is the sixth essential element giving us all life, and China is rightly building a new coal fired power station every nine days. Philippines has a new planned coal fired power station also so that its citizens in Mindanao in particular can receive stable and sufficient supllies of electricity, a benefit that makes a big difference to less affluent residents' lives.