Sunday, February 1, 2015

New Philippine Airlines Mabuhay Miles Travel Redemption Values


Mabuhay Miles just released their newest chart containing updated values you need to travel using Mabuhay Miles. Like before, you can either use it to upgrade your seat or book an entire round trip ticket to a destination of your choice. Also, PAL will now fly to US East Coast New York starting March 15, 2015! Route would be Manila - Vancouver - New York. Flights to NY will depart from NAIA Terminal 2 and will land at New York's JFK Terminal 1.

Check out the chart below:

Philippine Airlines Mabuhay Miles Points Value -  International Flights
From Manila (International flights: Hong Kong, Macau, Taipei, Xiamen, Guangzhou Canton, Bali, Bangkok, Guam, Ho Chi Minh, Pusan, Shanghai, Singapore, Beijing, Fukuoka, Haneda, Jakarta, Nagoya, Osaka, Seoul, Narita, Darwin, Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Abu Dhabi, Riyadh, Damman, Honolulu, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Vancouver, London, New York, Toronto)



Philippine Airlines Mabuhay Miles Points Value -  Domestic Flights
(Domestic Flights: General Santos, Bacolod, Busuanga, Calbayog, Catarmna, Caticlan, Cebu, Dumaguete, Iloilo, Kalibo, Laoag, Legazpi, Masbate, Naga, Puerto Princesa, Roxas, Tacloban, Tagbilaran, Tuguegarao, Basco, Butuan, Cagayan De Oro, Cotabato, Davao, Dipolog, Ozamiz, Surigao, Zamboanga)


To redeem your Mabuhay Miles points,

You can go to Mabuhay Miles Service Center
Petron Bel-Air Square
363 Sen. Gil Puyat Avenue, corner Makati Avenue
Makati City, Philippines.

Service Center hours: Monday - Friday - 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
                                     Saturday - 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 nn

or you can call
PAL Reservations
Manila:   (632) 855-8888
Cebu:   (032) 340-0191
USA/ CANADA:    1-800-I-FLY-PAL
Call Center Hours:
Manila/Cebu - Daily (including Holidays)  08:00 - 20:00
U.S.A./Canada - Daily (including Holidays)  09:00 - 17:00 (Pacific Time)

Fax Numbers
Philippines - (632) 855-3653 ; (632) 855-3654
USA/Canada - (818) 630-8469

Or you can email
E-mail Address: mabuhaymiles@philippineairlines.com

To know more, visit https://www1.mabuhaymiles.com/

Cheftonio
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6 comments:

anti_kimchi said...

I appreciate the time you put into your blog. I find it very informative.
PAL flying into JFK.. NEWARK would be my choice. JFK is a nightmare.. No thank you.

Thanks for the info on the Asend Mate 7. I think the cash out of 12.5k extremely high considering its a huwaei..

I would appreciate a reply from you Chef..
I was an iPhone guy for many years. I love my LG G Pro. The LG software is very useful in my humble opinion. I still want to try an iPhone 6+. I'm not so happy with all the changes in SETTINGS from IOS 6 to IOS 7..
Anyways, cheers and thanks.
AK

ManilaByNight said...

Yah, their so-called coaches/instructors aren't that friendly and are all out musclehead dorks!

anti_kimchi said...

To chef whatever your name is. Fuck you flip!

Jecinta said...

Huawei Ascend Mate7 definitely a nice phone .Thanks for sharing.

mikey said...

It's 32 GB ROM is amazing.

jojiegm said...

This would have been great news, except that it is not. I accumulate mileage on my credit cards (CC) in the Phils and in Canada. In Phils, P40.00 spend = 1 reward point. In Canada, C$1.00 = 1 reward point. When I transfer mileage to Cathay Pacific (CX) from my CC in Canada, 1000 reward points converts to 750 miles in CX, so to make 1 way reward booking in economy, I have to transfer about 53,500 miles or a spend on my Canadian CC of C$53,500. I inquired from my Phil CC how much my reward points is worth in PAL. I was told that 15,790 reward points converts to 3,000 PAL Reward miles. Ergo, to book the 40,000 one-way economy reward booking in PAL, I need to transfer 210,533 reward points which means I would have spent P8.4 Million pesos before I can get 1 one-way economy class ticket??? What the??? Highway robbery. No thanks, I will stick to my favourite airline Cathay Pacific, infinitely better value, miles away in world-class service from that of PAL.