Cheap flight tickets are much easier to find these days, as prices drop at a rate that can tempt even the strongest online shopping survivor. Just in time for the 11.11 sale trend, Cebu Pacific is offering discounted seats with their 11.11 Super Seat Fest this November. With one-way flights with base fares for as low as ₱1, you can now score cheap tickets to selected domestic and international destinations for your 2021 travel plans. The seat sale begins at midnight of 11 Nov 2020, Wednesday!
Booking Period: 11 Nov to 13 Nov 2020
Travel Period: 1 Jul to 31 Oct 2021
What to know about the Cebu Pacific 11.11 Super Seat Fest
Payments must be made online on the first day of the sale on 11 Nov 2020, while payment centres such as 7-Eleven and Bayad Center will be available starting 12 Nov 2020.
For more Cebu Pacific domestic and international flights that are accepting passengers from November 2020 and beyond, you can check out the full list here.
Cebu Pacific seat sale for November 2020: Sample flights
Flights to Bacolod: Manila – Bacolod – Manila
Flights to Tokyo (Narita): Manila – Tokyo (Narita) – Manila
Is this a good deal?
To use our sample flights above, the base fare for a round-trip from Manila to Bacolod costs ₱977.24, while Manila to Tokyo and back costs as little as ₱2,841.72. These are serious bargains! But given the instability of the COVID-19 situation in the Philippines and changing travel regulations amidst the ongoing pandemic, it’s still a gamble.
While the ticket fares may look tempting, you could be facing expenditures that you might not be willing to travel for, such as mandatory swab testing and the likely chance that your flight might get cancelled. For overseas travellers, it’s just as crucial to keep in mind the international travel restrictions for Filipinos and whether these countries will permit leisure travel at all (or tourist visas, in the case of destinations like Japan) on your scheduled departure date in 2021.
Furthermore, you’ll also want to consider the airline’s rebooking and refunding policies and know what your options are in the worst-case scenario. Fortunately, this is where Cebu Pacific’s Travel Fund comes in handy, as it allows you to convert the cost of a cancelled ticket in a virtual wallet for up to two years.