How can you live your life to the fullest? With GetGo, the lifestyle rewards program of Cebu Pacific, you can get the most out of everyday living and experience the best of what life can offer. It enables you to pursue your dreams and achieve your bucket list while unlocking wonderful surprises such as free flights.
GetGo makes daily spending more rewarding as it lets you earn rewards points that can be used to avail of free flights to Cebu Pacific’s local and international destinations.
With its members’ different interests and passions, GetGo and its lifestyle partners are set to give everyone more exciting chances to start a life of wander and fly to new adventures.
The travel junkie
Traveling is indeed one of life’s simple pleasures. It opens up a world of enormous possibilities, offering fresh experiences and electrifying expeditions.
Now, free-spirited individuals and wide-eyed wanderers can discover more places with GetGo’s travel partners. Score great hotel accommodations at exciting deals when you book with Agoda, Kaligo, or Travelbook.ph. Book amazing activities and see beautiful attractions with Klook. Climb the highest peak in the country and appreciate sights from above when you hike with Trail Adventours. You can also enjoy local road trips to surprise destinations with Experience Philippines. Each trip with these travel partners or every P88 spend with Cebu Pacific GetGo Debit Card by UnionBank earns you GetGo points that you can use for your next adventures.
The shopping enthusiast
Keeping up with the latest trends by going on trips to malls or checking online stores have become more than just a hobby for shopping enthusiasts. It has become an outlet for expression, creativity, and individuality.
Outgoing trendsetters and individuals can purchase products from various brands at an affordable price at Lazada. You can also go on a retail therapy at Robinsons Department Stores and search through aisles of voguish clothes and shoes. Use Cebu Pacific GetGo Debit Card by UnionBank where every P88 spend is equal to 1 GetGo point or any partner credit card to get the newest fashion items and collect points which you can convert for complimentary flights to your dream destinations.
The working mom
Valuing practicality, mothers are careful when it comes to daily expenditures but GetGo makes grocery shopping more rewarding with its retail partners. Purchase quality buys and enjoy fresh selections at reasonable prices at Robinsons Supermarket, Robinsons Selections, and Robinsons Easymart. Moms can also plan budget staycations at GetGo’s hotel partners. Summit Hotels & Resorts, Crowne Plaza Manila Galleria, Holiday Inn Manila Galleria, Taal Vista Hotel, Pico Sands Hotel, Radisson Blu Cebu, Park Inn by Radisson Clark, and Park Inn by Radisson Davao offer affordable accommodations where the whole family can unwind during the weekend.
The outgoing dad
Millennial fathers can take the family on spontaneous weekend road trips fueled by Petron. Technology has also given rise to an innovative payment alternative through Dragonpay which offers direct disbursement solutions to easily fulfill the growing interest for cars, health, technology, and sports. With GetGo and its lifestyle partners, fathers can receive points to fly for free with the whole family. Likewise, dads can sustain an active and affluent way of living with GetGo’s credit card partners like Cebu Pacific GetGo Platinum Credit Card by UnionBank where he can earn points for every P30 worth of transactions.
So start enabling the life you want with GetGo. Not yet a member? Visit www.getgo.com.ph for more information on how to join and enjoy a life of infinite rewards that can fly you to places.
Stay updated on the program and latest promos by visiting the website and by liking GetGoPH’s official pages on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
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