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Tips for getting super cheap airline tickets

There’s another on-going seat sale right now, and despite my vow not to use my credit card this month, I ended up abusing it. My last tally of 7 tickets have now risen to 13 tickets. Total damage to my credit card: Php 2,335.80 for 6 one-way tickets to different destinations. Next year is going to be totally crazy. Fare thee well, Japan.

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Random photo of an airplane just so this entry has a photo.

So how do I end up with these cheap fares? Here are some of the things that help me score tickets at rock-bottom prices:
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Crazy 8’s

Do you have your summer plans already? If not, Cebu Pacific has a tempting offer for their local and international destinations Cebu Pacific (CEB), the airline business unit of JG Summit Holdings Inc., offers P888 seats one-way for its Asian routes and P8 seats one-way for all its domestic routes. The promotional seat sale will run from January 11 to…read more
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Cebu Pacific’s Puerto Princessa Sale

Cebu Pacific just delivered some good news to my inbox: Make way for an exotic adventure when you fly from Manila to Puerto Princesa (or vice-versa) for only P98! Visit the Philippines’ last frontier, Puerto Princesa and experience an adventure of a lifetime in one of the country's prime tourist destinations. Experience the Subterranean River National Park, a World Heritage…read more
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When Tigers fly

When Tigers flyI never really considered Tiger Airways, even when I’m trying to be cheap with my budget. That is primarily because flying via Tiger in the Philippines meant having to go to Clark. Even with the shuttle service from Megamall, I still see it as a hassle, particularly since I live in the northern part of Metro Manila.

However, when my sister-in-law told me about the special promotion Tiger Airways was having, I immediately changed my opinion. Well, it was actually because it’s for the Thailand leg of the trip.

That was in the middle of January, their SG$9.98 promo. Similar to Cebu Pacific‘s Php 10 and Piso fares, the base rate for a one-way ticket is SG$9.98 (depending on the destination) plus applicable taxes. For my roundtrip ticket to Bangkok originating from Singapore, it came down to SG$103.21 or Php3,320.00.
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