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PAL now offers Fly Now Pay Later option through BillEase

The Philippine Airlines announced yesterday its new payment option called "Fly Now, Pay Later" in partnership with the BillEase app.
PAL now offers Fly Now Pay Later option through BillEase
Philippine Airlines partners with BillEase

Zero percent interest installment plans!

Philippine Airlines Inc. (PAL) in partnership with the First Digital Finance Corporation (FDFC) which operates the buy now, pay later (BNPL) app BillEase, has introduced the "Fly Now, Pay Later" program to the Filipinos on September 29.

This means that customers can now opt to book airline tickets and pay over time. As a quick backgrounder, BillEase is a flexible alternative to credit cards and e-wallets. It enables customers to apply for a point of sale loan and pay over 3, 6, 9, or 12 monthly installments. 
#flyPAL4stars (photo credit: Philippine Airlines)
#flyPAL4stars (photo credit: Philippine Airlines)

This BNPL service is card-free and does not require customers to sign up for a credit or a debit card. Customers will know how much they will pay with an affordable interest rate and no hidden fees.

This latest offering is part of our goal to provide customers a transparent and flexible way to pay. Travelers can now enjoy an installment plan when they're booking their tickets, removing some of the hassle and added costs of planning a trip during the new normal, said PAL SVP for Sales and Marketing Oscar 'Ren Ren' Reyes.

The customers need only one (1) valid ID when signing up and can get approved in less than five minutes to complete their booking. Customers are shown the actual amounts including the exact date of installments and a disclosure statement before completing the purchase. According to BillEase, the first installment is not due until 15 days or 30 days after the trip is booked.

This partnership enables more Filipinos to avail affordable trips. Customers who will use the BillEase option will also enjoy exclusive deals as well as zero percent installment plans. 

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