SuperFerry brings back Todo-Todo Sail Sale-A A +A
Wednesday, March 16, 2011
SUPERFERRY brings back its nationwide Todo-Todo Sail Sale along with its resumption of services to Puerto Princesa City in Palawan.
Tickets from Manila to Puerto Princesa and Visayas, and vice versa, are sold at P588, while for Mindanao, the promo fare is P888.
This sale from March 16 to 18 is for passengers traveling from April 1 to June 30.
After more than a year, SuperFerry will be resuming its trips to Puerto Princesa starting March 25, 2011.
"This allows us to reconnect with our regular travelers to and from Palawan while at the same time bringing Puerto Princesa tourist destinations more accessible to a greater number of people," said SuperFerry VP for Marketing Andrew Deyto.
Todo-Todo Sail Sale also offers fares starting at P250 for passengers traveling among selected interport routes.
The P250 fares are offered for voyages from Cebu to Cagayan de Oro, Butuan and Surigao and vice versa for as low as P250.
The rate starts at P500 for round trips from Iloilo to Cagayan de Oro and Iligan while for trips from Iloilo to Davao and General Santos, the promo fare is P750.
The sale is also offered in the following interports -- Bacolod-Cotabato, Bacolod-Zamboanga and Zamboanga-General Santos.
Todo-Todo Sail Sale's rates will also apply to children aged three to 11 years old if the sale rate is lower than the existing child rate.
"SuperFerry's Todo-Todo Sail Sale makes us still one of the lowest-priced fares compared to other alternatives, especially since the 12 percent VAT and the fuel surcharge are already reflected in these rates," Deyto said.
He added that passengers will get the lowest possible fares if they book online through www.superferry.com.ph.
SuperFerry also provides up to 50 kilograms free baggage allowance for each passenger. Porterage services are also available for a minimal fee.
SuperFerry is a unit of ATS, the only integrated transport and supply chain solutions provider in the country. (PR)
Published in the Sun.Star Cagayan de Oro newspaper on March 16, 2011.