Travel, dine, shop, and earn points with ease with the CEB GetGo Prepaid Card—your everyday multi-tool.
GetGo continues to enable more Filipinos to enjoy a lifestyle of fun and free travels with the new CEB GetGo Prepaid Card. It is Cebu Pacific’s first flights points-earning prepaid card with convenient multi-tool functions for everyday activities. It also offers a free version – the CEB GetGo Virtual Prepaid Card which can be conveniently reloaded and used for online purchases.
Shop, dine, and earn points wherever you travel
Powered by Visa, the CEB GetGo Prepaid Card lets frequent travelers enjoy cashless payments on their local and international trips. There’s no need to carry physical cash or visit banks and foreign exchange stores as the new prepaid card also acts as a multi-currency travel wallet that carries nine currencies, including Philippine Peso, United States Dollars, Singapore Dollars, Japanese Yen, and Euro, among others. As long as you have balance in your CEB GetGo Prepaid Card, you can just simply swipe the card in your selected currency. Every P100 spend automatically earns 1 GetGo Point.
Load up and swipe to shop
For those who are not yet familiar with how a prepaid card works, it functions the same way as debit and credit cards, except you don’t have to open a bank account. Cardholders can replenish their balance in UnionBank branches, Robinsons Department Stores, and TouchPay kiosks in Mercury Drug stores, Ayala Malls, Sky Cable branches, and Shell, Petron, and Total service stations nationwide. Once loaded with enough balance, the CEB GetGo Prepaid Card can be used for daily transactions such as grocery shopping, dining, fueling up, and buying cinema tickets which can all earn GetGo Points for free flights!
Get your card in three easy steps
Applicants are guaranteed to have their CEB GetGo Prepaid Card through these quick and simple steps.
Prepaid Card Prepaid Virtual
1. Buy Card from Family Mart, Robinsons Business Centers, Unionbank branches, or Cebu Pacific ticketing offices for P150.00
2. Download the GetGo Pay mobile app
3. Fill in your details and register card
4. Load up, shop, and start earning GetGo Points 1. Download the GetGo Pay mobile app
2. Fill in your details to sign up
3. Load up, shop, and start earning GetGo Points
You have to decide which card complements your lifestyle most – if you frequently shop online or through mobile apps, then apply for a CEB GetGo Virtual Prepaid Card, but if you want to do more than online transactions, then the CEB GetGo Prepaid Card is for you.
Interested cardholders who are not yet GetGo members will automatically be enrolled to the lifestyle rewards program when they apply for the CEB GetGo Prepaid Card. This means that more than getting the benefits of cashless and hassle-free transactions, they can also earn GetGo points which they can use to fly for free with Cebu Pacific. Exclusive member perks such as early alerts to seat sales and promos, exclusive access to airline sales, and 10% discount on redemption for Cebu Pacific flights, are also part of the benefits of having the CEB GetGo Prepaid Card. This surely is something you shouldn’t miss!
Starting July 3, those who will sign up for a CEB GetGo Prepaid Card or CEB GetGo Virtual Prepaid Card and load their card with a minimum of P500 for the first time, will get an instant 150 Bonus GetGo Points credited to their accounts. With this much points, you can boost your earnings for more free flights! Promo runs until July 31, 2019. Per DTI-FTEB Permit No. 10852, Series of 2019.
For more information on memberships and partners, visit www.getgo.com.ph. Never miss out on exclusive member offers and the latest news on partner promos by subscribing to GetGo email alerts. Just log in to your account, go to ‘Profile’, select ‘Preferences’, click ‘My Settings’, and choose ‘Count Me In’. You can also like and follow GetGoPH’s official pages on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
Travel worry free with the CEB GetGo Prepaid Card as you enjoy cashless payments on your trips, using nine currencies, including Philippine Peso, United States Dollars, Singapore Dollars, Japanese Yen, and Euro.