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Watch Justin Timberlake Live With MasterCard and PAL

MasterCard and PAL take you to an exclusive Justin Timberlake concert experience

Justin Timberlake is a BRIT Awards, Emmy and GRAMMY Award® winning musician and actor, who gave the world hits such as “Cry Me a River”, “Take Back the Night”, and “Suit & Tie”. And on April 1, 2014, he’s taking over London, for the UK leg of THE 20/20 EXPERIENCE WORLD TOUR.

If you want the ultimate experience of JT and the great city of London, MasterCard and the Philippine Airlines (PAL) have a treat for you!

Simply use your MasterCard to book a flight to any PAL destination and you might win 1 of 4 exclusive travel packages for two in the MasterCard-PAL raffle promotion for the Justin Timberlake THE 20/20 EXPERIENCE WORLD TOUR.

Open to all cardholders of Philippine-issued MasterCard credit, debit and prepaid cards who are PAL Mabuhay Miles members, the promo runs from January 15 to February 28, 2014. Every US$100 or Php4,400 purchase of tickets from PAL ticket offices or www.philippineairlines.com gives Mabuhay Miles members a chance to win.

The travel package for winning cardholders includes roundtrip airline tickets for two from Manila to London; four days/three nights (4D3N) luxury hotel accommodations from March 31 to April 3, 2014; and exclusive tickets to see Justin Timberlake LIVE in THE 20/20 EXPERIENCE WORLD TOUR at the 02 Arena. In addition, they will be treated to a private city tour, and dinner at an acclaimed restaurant in London.

So book that summer vacation and use your MasterCard when you fly PAL for a chance to experience the sights and wonders of London and win an exclusive Justin Timberlake concert experience… Truly priceless!

To learn more on how you can ‘rock your body’ at THE 20/20 EXPERIENCE WORLD TOUR, visit www.philippineairlines.com or www.mabuhaymiles.com today.

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FLY BUSINESS CLASS ANYTIME, AT YOUR OWN CONVENIENCE WITH PHILIPPINE AIRLINES

NO TRAVEL DATE RESTRICTIONS. TICKET VALIDITY IS FOR 1 YEAR

INTERNATIONAL ALL-IN FARE

DESTINATION

ONE WAY

ROUND TRIP

MANILA – HONGKONG

USD 245 PHP 10,105 USD 464 PHP 19,140

MANILA – MACAU

USD 245 PHP 10,105 USD 458 PHP 18,895

MANILA – KUALA LUMPUR

USD 320 PHP 13,200 USD 616 PHP 25,410
MANILA – SINGAPORE USD 320 PHP 13,200 USD 622 PHP 25,660
MANILA – BANGKOK USD 320 PHP 13,200 USD 708 PHP 29,205

MANILA – SAIGON

USD 295 PHP 12,170 USD 564 PHP 23,265
MANILA – DENPASAR/BALI USD 320 PHP 13,200 USD 594 PHP 24,505
MANILA – JAKARTA USD 340 PHP 14,025 USD 634 PHP 26,155
MANILA – DARWIN USD 362 PHP 14,935 USD 750 PHP 30,940

MANILA – PERTH

USD 359 PHP 14,810 USD 738 PHP 30,445
MANILA – BRISBANE USD 375 PHP 15,470 USD 762 PHP 31,435
MANILA – SYDNEY USD 1,022 PHP 42,160 USD 2,056 PHP 84,810
MANILA – MELBOURNE USD 1,012 PHP 41,745 USD 2,038 PHP 84,070

MANILA – XIAMEN

USD 245 PHP 10,105 USD 460 PHP 18,975
MANILA – GUANGZHOU USD 245 PHP 10,105 USD 460 PHP 18,975
MANILA – SHANGHAI USD 345 PHP 14,230 USD 660 PHP 27,225
MANILA – BEIJING USD 345 PHP 14,230 USD 660 PHP 27,225

MANILA – TAIPEI

USD 245 PHP 10,105 USD 454 PHP 18,730
MANILA – GUAM USD 358 PHP 14,770 USD 666 PHP 27,475

DOMESTIC ALL-IN FARE

DESTINATION

ONE WAY

ROUND TRIP

MANILA – LAOAG

PHP 4,295 PHP 8,265

MANILA – BACOLOD

PHP 4,430 PHP 8,535
MANILA – CEBU PHP 4,765 PHP 9,405

MANILA – ILOILO

PHP 4,430 PHP 8,535

MANILA – KALIBO

PHP 4,090 PHP 7,860

MANILA – TAGBILARAN

PHP 4,765 PHP 9,205

MANILA – DAVAO

PHP 5,885 PHP 11,445

MANILA – GENERAL SANTOS

PHP 5,885 PHP 11,445
GENERAL SANTOS – ILOILO PHP 4,245 PHP 8,350

 

 

Terms and Conditions for International Business Class Fares:

  • Selling period for Sydney and Melbourne is May 1, 2013 to July 31, 2013. For Guangzhou, travel period is from June 1, 2013 onwards until further notice. For Brisbane, Darwin and Perth, travel period is from June 1, 2013 onwards until further notice.
  • Maximum stay of 1 year except for Sydney and Melbourne which is 3 months only
  • Inclusive of 7kg hand carry baggage and 30kg free baggage allowance. For Guam, the free baggage allowance is based on the piece-system rule which is maximum of 2 piece with each piece weighing not more than 50lbs.
  • Confirmed Travel reservations are required
  • Fares come with 100% Mabuhay Miles accrual
  • Infant fare is 10% of the adult fare
  • Fares are INCLUSIVE of surcharges, Government Taxes and Ticketing Service Charge but EXCLUSIVE of Terminal Fee (PHP550), Change Fee (USD 50/PHP 2,063)
  • Refund Fee for totally unused ticket USD 50/PHP2,063. Partially unused tickets are non-refundable.
  • All fares are non-reroutable
  • No Show Fee USD 100/PHP 4,125
  • Quoted fares are subject to change due to conversion rates.
  • Ticket is valid 1 year from date of  travel.

Terms and Conditions for Domestic Business Class Fares:

  • Sales and Ticketing Period: May 05, 2013 until seats last. For Iloilo, travel period is from October 1, 2013 onwards until further notice. For Tagbilaran, travel period for PR175/176 is up to June 15, 2013 only. For General Santos to Iloilo, travel period is up to May 31, 2013.
  • For Tagbilaran, above fares are applicable only for flights PR171/172 and PR175/176.
  • Inclusive of 7kg hand carry baggage and 30kg free baggage allowance.
  • Fares come with 125% Mabuhay Miles accrual
  • Infant fare is 15% of the adult fare
  • Fares are INCLUSIVE of surcharges, Government Taxes, Ticketing Service Charge and PHP 200 Terminal Fee from Manila and Cebu
  • Change fee PHP 400 per way
  • No-show Fee PHP 600 per way
  • Refund Fee PHP 600 per way for totally unused and partially unused ticket
  • Ticket is valid 1 year from date ticket is issued

 

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Philippine Airlines Imposes Late Check In Fee for Domestic Flights

To those traveling via PAL domestic, don’t be late. Late check-in fee of P1,500 effective today. See memo for new domestic flight rules for both PAL & PAL Express. It does pay to read the fine print on fare rules and restrictions, in which a lot of us neglect to do so. You get to digest the next solutions or you’d understand what risk are you taking when travelling, may it be physically, mentally, emotionally and most especially financially. In the era of budget travel,  same aircraft, same fare rules and restrictions, same accommodation—most especially from big airports like that of NAIA  Terminal 1, 2 or 3 for that matter. No one is special even the elderly, women, children, PWDs are not treated as such anymore.

Here’s a copy of the New Memo by PAL and PAL EXPRESS.