Heads up, travelers! You can now get up to 20% off your flights with Philippine Airlines (PAL) when you book them using the GCash app with this PAL x GCash promo.
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PAL x GCash Promo
The country’s flagship carrier PAL and finance super app GCash are teaming up to offer travelers an exclusive seat sale to selected domestic and international flights. This partnership is their shared pursuit for the comeback of the travel and tourism industries.
With the PAL x GCash promo, you can get up to 20% discounts on your booked flights with PAL when you pay through GCash on weekends starting today (November 18) until January 2024.
PAL’s integration into GCash features like GGives and GLife provides other alternatives in how you can book your flights. Additionally, passengers gain access to exclusive GCash and PAL promotions, including GGives, GCredit, and in-app offers.
“Now, travelers who frequently fly out to domestic and international destinations can benefit from this partnership through seamless access to Philippine Airlines flights, paired with easy payment options on the GCash app,” said Captain Stanley K. Ng, President and COO of PAL.
“Today, we take a significant step forward in this partnership ensuring that everyone has easy and convenient access to travel via GLife. We at GCash recognize the importance of a collaborative approach to relentlessly innovate and partner with the best across industries,” said Oscar “Renren” Reyes, CEO of G-Xchange, Inc. (GXI).
How to get 20% off PAL flights
Can’t wait to book that flight? Here’s how you can avail the promo! Note that GCash and PAL will announce a different flight offer every weekend for the duration of the promotion which will be updated through PAL’s official website and social media pages.
You can score discounted flights to domestic locations such as Boracay, Cebu, and Palawan, all of Southeast Asia, and other select destinations in Asia with travel period from the booking date until the end of 2024.
Bolstering the future of tourism through “revenge travel”
In this joint venture, PAL hopes that this initiative will bolster the efficiency of booking flights, sales promotions, and customer payment transactions as they put convenience and value for money at the center of their airline services.
Overall, tourism and travel industries are slowly but steadily getting back on their feet, with numbers slowly returning to pre-pandemic status as many are eager to get out of their homes and go to places with their “revenge travel” era.
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