SuperFerry brings back open-dated ticket sale

Jul. 05, 2007

DAVAO CITY — SuperFerry goes on sale once again as it brings back its Todo-Todo Sail Sale in response to great customer interest in its lower prices and the flexibility of open-dated tickets.

“Indicators from our call center and other channels showed that customer interest increased over 200% compared to our last promo,” said Andrew Deyto, SuperFerry AVP for Sales & Marketing.

A ticket from Manila to the Visayas now sells for P599; while a ticket from Manila to Mindanao now sells for P799. The same rates apply for return routes.

Visayas ports are Bacolod, Cebu, Coron, Dumaguete, Iloilo, Puerto Princesa, and Tagbilaran.

Mindanao ports are Cagayan, Cotabato, Davao, General Santos, Iligan, Butuan, Surigao, Ozamis, and Zamboanga.

The buying period is from July 1 to 7. The sailing period is from August 1 to December 15, 2007.

“Our open-dated tickets will give our customers the opportunity to take advantage of our sale prices with the flexibility of confirming their travel dates at a later time. On top of that, customers continue to have the benefit of a larger baggage allowance,” Deyto said.

“If you or your loved ones will need to travel during this period – to buy supplies in Divisoria to sell back home, to take a professional exam, to work on an immigration application, to attend a wedding, birthday or reunion – now is the time to buy a ticket,” Deyto added.

All advertised fares are inclusive of Fuel and 12% VAT, but exclusive of Terminal Fee and Supersure Insurance & Security Fee.

For more details, please call SuperFerry Hotline (082) 2211390 in Davao, (02) 528-7000 in Manila, or text SuperFerry SMS (0917) 889-2421. (DLPC)

IMPORTANT NOTICE: INBOX is an archive of press releases, statements, announcements, letters to the editors, and manifestos sent to Davao Today for publication. Please email your materials to davaotoday @ Davao Today is not responsible for the content of these materials. The opinion expessed in these items does not reflect those of Davao Today and its staff. Please refer to our terms of use/disclaimer.

comments powered by Disqus