Flights to the Philippines are down to $169 with Cebu Pacific

Posted: 26 March 2019 5:49 pm

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Searching for a cheap getaway? Book these before they're gone for good.

The Philippines seems to be on everyone's lips recently and we can see why. Island hopping, local food and picture-perfect waterfalls are just the tip of the iceberg, and if you're keen to see what all the fuss is about, Cebu Pacific's Crazy Seat Sale can get you there from just $169 one way.

For a very limited time, Aussies can fly direct from either Sydney or Melbourne to Manila for $169 or head over to Cebu from as low as $208 one way.

Travel dates are for select dates from 1 May to 30 September and seats are already starting to go fast.

You've got until 30 March or once seats are sold out, so zip over to Cebu Pacific to make your booking.

How good are these fares?

  • Price: Good. We've seen prices drop as low as $149 from Melbourne to Manila but these are currently the cheapest flights available. If you can find a date that works, then you should definitely go for it.
  • Travel time: Great. Flights are direct to Manila and most layovers for travel on to Cebu are short.
  • Airline: Budget. Cebu Pacific is a low-cost carrier so your checked luggage, meals and entertainment will cost extra. Have a look at our review for more details on the experience.
  • Weather: Okay. While there are a wide variety of dates to pick from, most fall during the monsoon season, which hits between June and September. Aim to travel in May for the best weather, and you might even score some off-season deals.

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