Are you ready for a road trip to Baguio this coming September? Not that excited? How about if I tell you that you’ll only spend Php 1 (US$.019) for that travel?
PISO TRIP with Victory Liner
Yes, a PISO TRIP to Baguio is possible!
This September might just be the best time for you to visit Baguio and Olongapo! Thanks to the first-ever PISO TRIP for land travel via Victory Liner exclusively for Victory Liner Premiere (VLP) Prepaid VISA Cardholders!
The PISO TRIP is a seat sale promo from Metrobank Card Corporation, in partnership with Victory Liner.
From September 1 to 3, 2018, all VLP Prepaid VISA Cardholders who book bus tickets online at www.victoryliner.com for the Cubao – Baguio route (2PM trip) and Cubao – Olongapo route (12PM trip) to travel between September 10–16, 2018 will only be charged Php 1, inclusive of online booking fee!
How to Book the Victory Liner PISO TRIP?
To book your PISO TRIP, just load up your VLP Prepaid Visa Card, go to www.victoryliner.com to book, and use your VLP Card to pay for your PISO TRIP.
To load your VLP Prepaid VISA Card, just go to any of the major Victory Liner bus terminals.
You can also load your VLP Prepaid VISA at SM Malls, Robinsons Malls, National Book Store, Family Mart, RD Pawnshop, M Lhuillier, Express Pay, Petron Treats, and over 3,000 other ECPay Merchant Partners nationwide.
Where to Get the VLP – Victory Liner Premiere Prepaid VISA Card?
Just go to any Victory Liner Bus Terminal or selected SM branches, present one valid ID, and pay Php 300.
Having the VLP Card means you get to enjoy a special VIP lane when buying tickets at any Victory Liner terminals. Another way to travel hassle-free and avoid long lines in the bus terminal is to book in advance your tickets online using the VLP Card.
Since September is off-peak, you’re also likely to have the sandy shores of Subic and the rest of Olongapo all to yourself. Catch the waves and clear waters of Blue Beach Resort, Treasure Island Beach Resort, All Hands Beach, White Rock Beach Hotel + Waterpark, or Mangrove Resort Hotel. If you didn’t get the chance to visit the Inflatable Island that drew throngs of tourists over the summer, this is the best time to hit the “Biggest Floating Water Park in Asia.”
Moreover, going to Baguio in September means avoiding the summer crowd in the city and visiting its most popular spots like Camp John Hay, Mines View Park, Burnham Park, Session Road, Ben Cab Museum, and of course the ukay-ukay at the Night Market without competing for space with too many tourists.
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Find more reasons to travel around the Philippines this September! The promo is made possible via Metrobank Card Corporation and Victory Liner.
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