No credit card? No problem
Online booking platform Agoda now enables more Filipinos to travel as it rolls out new payment options for those who don’t have a credit card.
The “Book without a credit card” option is now available in more than 1,000 hotels across the Philippines. Travelers can quickly and easily identify properties that offer this payment method with a “Book without a credit card” badge on the search page, or easily use the platform’s search filter to find these properties. They can complete the payment at the hotel upon check-in.
The second new payment option, “Counter payment” is available on all Agoda domestic properties. It allows travelers to pay at bill payment centers. Travelers can simply select “Counter Payment” as a payment method when completing the booking form. The “Counter payment” is available at various BDO, BPI, Bayad Center, and LBC branches, with additional partnerships coming soon.
Superstore members get overnight stay discount
Members of Landers Superstore are treated to a huge discount on room rates at Azalea in Baguio and Boracay, as the two brands team up in time for the holiday season.
All Landers members can get up to 60 percent discount on rates that include room accommodation and breakfast buffet. Those who will stay at Azalea Hotel and Residences Baguio will also get free parking for one car throughout the duration of their stay.
Stay period is ongoing until Jan. 30, 2020. Promo rates are non-transferrable and members will be required to present their membership cards upon check-in. It is not applicable on public holidays and hotel-declared long weekends.
Call Azalea’s reservation hotline at (02) 484-0080 to 81 or 0917-8611641 or 0919-9944140 for more information.
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