Thursday, 03 February 2011 14:24
SUPERFERRY is offering its Todo Todo Sail Sale promo this February with fares from Manila to the Visayas, and vice versa, at only P588 and to Mindanao at P888. The promo fares are for sale from February 1 to 4 for those traveling from Valentine’s Day (February 14) to March 15, 2011 for all types of accommodation.
“SuperFerry’s Todo Todo Sail Sale makes us still one of the lowest-priced fares compared to other alternatives,” said SuperFerry VP for Marketing Andrew Deyto. He added that passengers will get the lowest possible fares if they book online through www.superferry.com.ph .
The Todo Todo Sail Sale this February serves as a fitting prelude to SuperFerry’s participation in the 18th Travel Tour Expo where guests will be offered rock-bottom prices. The 18th Travel Tour Expo will run from February 18 to 20 at the SMX Convention Center. Selling starts at 9AM until 7PM.
“Mark your calendars for this exciting event. And come early to get tickets withat a very special mark downs, event exclu, sive offerings,” Deyto said.
Deyto said SuperFerry also offers free baggage allowance of up to 50 kilograms each passenger.
SuperFerry offers a unique sea travel experience with the comforts and convenience of well-appointed accommodations and first of its class amenities and facilities onboard.
Sailing to all major ports of call all over the Philippines, SuperFerry guarantees a happy trip experience for all.
For more information, customers may call the SuperFerry hotline (02) 528-7000 or text SFTEXT then your message and send to 2327 for Globe and TM subscribers or 0917-890-2327 for Smart, Talk 'N Text and other networks. They may also visit www.superferry.com.ph, or email email@example.com.
SuperFerry is a unit of ATS, the only integrated transport and supply chain solutions provider in the country.
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