Cebu Pacific

Cebu Pacific promo codes and seat sales January 2022

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Cebu Pacific is a low-cost airline based in the Philippines. It has an extensive flight network throughout Asia, and also flies to the Middle East and Australia. The airline offers great value for money on flights and has frequent promotions for travellers.

We currently don't have any Cebu Pacific promo codes and seat sales available. Here are other flight deals:

Kayak
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Philippines flights from $614 each way

Expired 14 Jan 2022
Available on flights from January – June 2022. Sample fare is Melbourne-Clark with Scoot. Other airlines include Cebu Pacific from $907 and more.
Kayak
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Asia flights from $557 return

Expired 30 Sep 2021
Available on select travel dates until 2022. Destinations include Hong Kong, Thailand, India, Japan, Singapore and more. Sample fare is Perth-Manila with Cebu Pacific.
Skyscanner
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Philippines flights from $526 return

Expired 6 Aug 2021
Available on flights from November 2021 -February 2022. Sample fare is Melbourne-Manila with Cebu Pacific.
Skyscanner
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Flights to Philippines from $425 return

Expired 30 Jun 2021
Available on select flight dates until March 2021. Sample fare is Melbourne-Manila with Cebu Pacific. Other airlines Philippine Airlines from $607 and more.
Kayak
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Singapore flights from $555 return

Expired 31 May 2021
Available on flights from August 2021 - January 2022 departing from Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and more. Sample fare departs from Perth with Malindo Air. Other airlines include Cebu Pacific from $583 and more.

Cebu Pacific's coronavirus (COVID-19) cancellation and changes policy update

As of 17 March, Cebu Pacific is offering passengers with existing bookings between 10 March - 30 April the option to rebook their flights and have the change fees waived.

Alternatively, existing passengers can opt to have the cost of their fares placed in a Travel Fund, which can be used for future bookings. The Travel Fund is available for 180 days and the travel date must be within 12 months of booking.

Travellers who book flights with Cebu Pacific before 30 April can select "CEB Flexi" as a free add-on when booking flights. This gives travellers the option to rebook flights up to two times, though fare difference may apply.



Where in Australia does Cebu Pacific fly?

Cebu Pacific currently flies to Sydney in Australia. They do not offer connecting services to other cities, so you’ll need to book a separate domestic flight to Sydney to take advantage of Cebu’s fares.


Bestselling destinations from Cebu Pacific

  • Bacolod
  • Batanes
  • Bohol
  • Boracay
  • Cebu
  • Davao
  • El Nido
  • Manila

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Cebu Pacific Review | Pros and Cons

Pros

  • Check-in online. Online check-in is available from 72 hours before flight departures. This service is open up to 4 hours (for international) and 2 hours (for domestic) before your flight leaves.
  • Award-winning airline. Cebu Pacific has received numerous awards from travel institutions and groups for its services.
  • Manage your booking online. Log in to upgrade your baggage allowance, change or reserve seats and purchase in-flight meals.
  • Budget friendly. Cebu Pacific offers a wide selection of low cost flights between Australian and Asia.

Cons

  • Limited baggage allowances. Cebu is a low cost airline and passengers are charged to check in a bag.
  • Limited departure points with no Australian connections. At the moment, Cebu Pacific only flies to Sydney in Australia and doesn’t offer code share connections with domestic airlines.

What’s the Cebu Pacific baggage policy?

All passengers are allowed to carry one small bag with them in the cabin. It must not weigh more than 7kg. If you would like to upgrade the size of your cabin baggage or purchase check-in luggage you may do so online up to four hours before your flight departure.


How do I make a booking with Cebu Pacific?

Find flights using the search form on the Cebu Pacific website. Select your preferred flights from the options and click “book”. Fill out your details and follow the prompts to confirm. You will need to enter your credit or debit card details and pay for your flights in full at the time of the booking.

You can also make a Cebu Pacific booking through your preferred online travel agency, which can be used toward rewards points you’re collecting. Some of the re-sellers of Cebu tickets include:


What payment methods does Cebu Pacific accept?

  • Visa
  • Mastercard

If you’re purchasing your ticket through a preferred online travel agency, the methods of payment may differ slightly.


What is the Cebu Pacific cancellation policy?

If you’ve booked your flight on a promotional fare, you cannot cancel your flight and will have to forfeit your ticket if you’re unable to travel at that time.

If you have purchased a full flight fare and wish to cancel it, you can do so online. If you are eligible for a refund it will come in the form of flight credit to be used on your next Cebu Pacific flight. Cancellation fees do apply, so you won’t get the full amount of your ticket back.

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