Fly with Cebu Pacific using GoTyme Bank and get boosted with Go Rewards

GoTyme Bank, Cebu Pacific and Go Rewards partnership unveils new features

GoTyme Bank, a Gokongwei Group Bank, has partnered with Cebu Pacific and Go Rewards to enable more Juans to reach their dream destinations by boosting rewards points earned from flights. These can then be redeemed to pay for flights and flight add-ons!

 

With the all-new “Rewards Boosted” feature, Cebu Pacific customers paying for their flights can boost the Go Rewards points they can earn – and get even more bonus points –  by using a GoTyme Bank Visa Debit or Virtual Card. Once a customer’s Go Rewards points stack up, they can use their points to even book flights at Cebu Pacific for free—something Filipinos with upcoming travel plans can benefit from!

 

Cebu Pacific GoTyme Bank and Go Rewards partnership
Fly with Cebu Pacific using GoTyme Bank and get boosted with Go Rewards

 

“Partnering with Cebu Pacific was our natural next step,” shared Raymund Villanueva, GoTyme Bank’s Head of Marketing. “This partnership brings together three key features of the Gokongwei Group – Cebu Pacific’s mission to fly every Juan, Go Rewards’ meaningful rewards and experiences, and GoTyme Bank’s aim to unlock the Filipinos’ financial potential through next-level banking.”

 

GoTyme Bank Cebu Pacific and Go Rewards partnership
Fly with Cebu Pacific using GoTyme Bank and get boosted with Go Rewards

 

Villanueva continued, “Our GoTyme Bank Visa Debit Card is fast becoming the preferred method of payment within the Gokongwei Group of retail stores. We want to continue solidifying that reputation by boosting the Go Rewards points earned if you use your GoTyme Bank Visa Debit Card – both physical and virtual as the method of payment in Cebu Pacific. We’re also working on additional promos and rewards that will give our customers more ways to enjoy this partnership and our GoTyme Bank Virtual Visa Card”. 

 

GoTyme Bank Cebu Pacific and Go Rewards partnership
Fly with Cebu Pacific using GoTyme Bank and get boosted with Go Rewards

 

“Go Rewards is Cebu Pacific’s loyalty program, and with GoTyme Bank boosting the rewards points our customers get, we’ll be able to boost everyJuan’s confidence that they can start creating travel memories again,” said Candice Iyog, Cebu Pacific Chief Marketing and Customer Experience Officer, who took part in the unveiling of the partnership at Palacio De Memoria in Parañaque on February 9.

 

GoTyme Bank Cebu Pacific and Go Rewards partnership
Fly with Cebu Pacific using GoTyme Bank and get boosted with Go Rewards

 

“With GoTyme Bank’s rewards booster, Filipinos can get more travel experiences! Every Juan can get a free GoTyme Bank Visa Debit Card in Robinsons Supermarket and Department Store, and download the Go Rewards app,” Cesca Silvestre-Cruz, Growth Marketing Director of Go Rewards, added.

 

GoTyme Bank Cebu Pacific and Go Rewards partnership
Fly with Cebu Pacific using GoTyme Bank and get boosted with Go Rewards

 

Launched in October 2022, GoTyme Bank has been offering Filipinos next-level banking in a rapidly turning digital world, with its simple and user-friendly interface and kiosks where customers can create an account and get their free debit cards within five minutes. It also boasts an attractive Rewards points system through its partnership with Go Rewards—the Gokongwei Group’s loyalty program, offering members rewards & personalized deals for retail, travel, fuel, and ecommerce.

 

 

Don’t miss out on your chance to fly to your dream destinations! Open a GoTyme Bank account online or at any of its kiosks nationwide, and take advantage of its convenience and unlimited rewards. Follow them on Facebook and Instagram @gotymebank to get updates on the latest news and promos. #GoTymeBank #RewardsBooster #PreferredMOPforGG #GokongweiGroup #GoRewards #CebuPacific

Eli

Eli has 28 years of extensive IT sales expertise in Data, voice and network security and integrating them is his masterpiece. Photography and writing is his passion. Growing up as a kid, his father taught him to use the steel bodied Pentax and Hanimex 135mm film and single-direction flash, Polaroid cameras, and before going digital, he used mini DV tape with his Canon videocam. He now shoots with his Canon EOS 30D. Photography and blogging is a powerful mixture for him.

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