Free flights from Mastercard, Philippine Airlines and AirPhil Express

Do you know who is my favorite travel buddy aside from my husband? It’s MasterCard! First of all, MasterCard takes me to places because this is what I always use when booking online. And when it’s shopping time especially in Hong Kong (next week!), MasterCard is also my shopping buddy.

Now here’s some good news. MasterCard gives you a chance to fly to the destination of your choice with the “Dream Destinations. Free Flights.” Promotion, in partnership with Philippine Airlines and AirPhil Express.

To join, simply purchase Philippine Airlines or AirPhil Express tickets from November 15, 2012  to December 4, 2012 using a Philippine-issued MasterCard credit, debit or prepaid card at any Philippine Airlines or Airphil Express ticketing office, accredited travel agency or their websites and Visit Miles to register and earn electronic raffle entries.

Every P500 or US$12  single-receipt purchase of Philippine Airlines or AirPhil Express tickets will earn one (1) electronic raffle entry. Choose from among the 29 domestic and 31 international destinations of Philippine Airlines or AirPhil Express and you may just win a round-trip ticket to get there.

For each day from November 15 to December 4, 2012, ten (10) lucky MasterCard cardholders will be drawn. A total of 200 winners will be drawn throughout the promo period.  You could be one of them.

To know more about the “Dream Destinations. Free Flights.” promotion, check out the Mabuhay Miles Facebook page or see posters and print ads for details.


  1. I have a mastercard credit card. Might use that to buy my plane ticket to Zamboanga this December! 😀 😀 Glad I learned about this promo. Hahahaha I hope I win!


    Badet Reply:

    Yes Mich. Use that, you might get lucky to win free trips =)


  2. I have a Mastercard and this is a great news! Thanks for sharing!



  3. wow! cool promo. but sad to say wala akong credit card =(


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