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Pay for Cebu Pacific tickets without a credit card

August 31, 2014

THE Philippines' largest airline, Cebu Pacific Air is offering a new payment option for those in the UAE, who are booking flights through but have no credit cards or choose to pay in cash.Passengers can now visit 20 Al Rais Travel and Abu Dhabi Travel Bureau branches in Dubai and Abu Dhabi and pay for their flights using cash. Both companies are the airline's general sales agents in the UAE.With this new payment option, guests can now book their flights through the Cebu Pacific website, and then click the "Middle East Payment Centre" tab upon reaching the payment page. They will be provided a 12-digit reference number and the total amount to be paid. They can then visit the select Al Rais or Abu Dhabi Travel Bureau branches to make the cash payment, making sure to bring along the 12-digit reference number. Payment should be made within 24 hours. The confirmed itinerary or ticket will then be sent to the passenger's email address the next day."This innovation is our way of making online booking an even more convenient option, even for those without credit cards," said Alex Reyes, CEB general manager for long-haul division. "We are continuously expanding travel and payment options in the Middle East.""We encourage travellers to book flights to any of CEB's 58 destinations through the website, especially during seat sales, for the best travel deals to the Philippines," he added.Aside from flights, passengers can pay for other CEB travel products such as prepaid baggage allowance, sports equipment, seat selection, Travelsure insurance and hot meals, among others.Al Rais branches designated as CEB payment centres are those in: Abra, Al Khail Mall, ART Tower, Creek Branch, Dubai Shopping Center, Ghubaiba, Jebel Ali, Knowledge Village, Ras Al Khaimah, Sharjah, Dubai Silicon Oasis, Abu Dhabi and Al Ain. Travellers can also pay for CEB bookings in the following Abu Dhabi Travel Bureau branches: Head Office at Al Badr Tower, ATB Holidays, ATB Hamdan, ATB Mussafah, ATB Al Ain, ATB Dubai and ATB Sharjah.

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