Reward Yourself and Fly For Free with Cebu Pacific GetGo!

Reward Yourself and Fly For Free with GetGo

Been wanting to get to your dream destination? #FlyForFree with Cebu Pacific's GetGo Rewards Program!

What is GetGo Rewards Program?

GetGo is the newest lifestyle rewards program in the country offered by Cebu Pacific Air. With GetGo, loyal Cebu Pacific customers could earn reward points that can be redeemed and used for booking local and international flights within the Cebu Pacific network. With GetGo, the more points you earn, the more places you'll get to see. And with enough points, you can absolutely fly for free!

Cebu Pacific Get Go Rewards Program

How to Become a Member of GetGo?

Option 1: Log on to www.GetGo.com.ph and click JOIN.
Option 2: Call +632 71-GetGo (43846)
Option 3: Via SMS, text "GetGo REG,FIRST NAME,LAST NAME,DATE OF BIRTH(MMDDYYYY),EMAIL" and SEND to (0922)11GetGo (43846)

Cebu Pacific Get Go Rewards Program

How Much is the GetGo Membership Card?

For only 150 pesos one-time membership fee, you can have your personalized GetGo card delivered right to your doorstep. Soon, membership packs will also be available at the nearest convenience stores nationwide.

Cebu Pacific Get Go Rewards Program

How to Earn Points with GetGo?

You can earn points every time you fly with Cebu Pacific or Tigerair Philippines for any destination including the selected flight add-ons. For every Php 5 spent on the base fare of your ticket and add-on purchases, you'll get 1 GetGo point that will be credited to your GetGo account. All you have to do is to enter your GetGo membership number while booking your Cebu Pacific Air or Tigerair Philippines flights.

You can also earn points via the GetGo Rewards Program's partners such as Robinsons-Cebu Pacific Metrobank MasterCard and Visa cards, CEB Citibank, Citi Rewards Card, and PremierMiles. You can also get points by converting your ZAP points to GetGo points or earn points for every P200 worth of service transaction with Ring Rob Concierge.

That's a lot of ways to start earning points! Soon, there will be more GetGo partner merchants where you could earn more points! How cool is that?

Cebu Pacific Get Go Rewards Program

How To Redeem your GetGo Points?

Step 1: Log on to www.GetGo.com.ph
Step 2: Click "Redeem Points"
Step 3: Choose your desired flight
Step 4: Redeem your points
Step 5: Fly For Free

As easy as that!

If your points are not enough, you also have the choice to pool points with your friends and family members! Create your very own GetGo Earning Circle and start sharing and redeeming points!

GetGo's points plus cash payment scheme also enables members to fly faster and further to their choice destinations by topping up the reward points with cash. The good news is, rewards points do not expire as long as the account is active.

We're now here in #Cebu! #GetGo! Avail @cebupacificair's new rewards program and #FlyForFree! Where is your dream destination? 😊😊😊

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So what are you waiting for? It's time to get going, earn points and start flying for free! Grab a GetGo Lifestyle Rewards Card now!

For more information on membership and partners, visit www.getgo.com.ph or call +63 71GETGO (43836). For the latest updates, like and follow them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram!

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  1. why is your getgo card customized? or is it just a dummy card? i received mine last march when i was in laos

  2. I've been wanting and trying to redeem my points almost everyday for one month already but the system won't work. They answer my emails saying that my complain has laready been esclaref but nothing happens until now.

  3. how many points needed for free flyt from manila to hongkong?


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