#GrabThatFlight: Grab and GetGo partner to bring Filipinos! closer to their dream destinations


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  • Starting August 3, Grab users can convert their Grab Rewards points to GetGo points and redeem flights.

Grab and GetGo Rewards by Cebu Pacific today announced a new tie-up that will bring more travel opportunities to Grab users. Starting today, Grab consumers can start converting their GrabRewards points to GetGo points. For just 1000 and 4,500 GrabRewards points, members will be able to get 100 and 500 GetGo points respectively, which they can use to redeem for free flights to any Cebu Pacific destination.

To mark the partnership between Southeast Asia’s largest loyalty program and the leading lifestyle rewards program in the Philippines, Grab and GetGo will roll-out a special rewards promotion. Jetsetter consumers are in for a treat as Grab and GetGo will double the number of GetGo points earned for every GrabRewards conversion from August 3 to August 8.

As one of the leading lifestyle rewards programmes in the country, GetGo has been giving its loyal members new experiences out of their free local and international flights. The partnership with Grab shows the program’s commitment to support the Filipinos’ dreams of seeing the world and flying for free to Cebu Pacific’s wide network of destinations.

Our promise to our members is that we will continuously offer more options where they can earn GetGo points for their free getaways. We are happy to partner with Grab in making our members’ commutes more rewarding,” shared Nik Laming, Cebu Pacific’s General Manager for Loyalty Division.

To convert GrabRewards points to GetGo points, just click ‘GrabRewards’ in the Grab app’s left menu bar and select GetGo from the browse list to is offer. Users who redeem the offer will be taken to a page within the app, where they will be asked to input their GetGo username and password to sign-in and convert their points.


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