PAL ticket payments made easy through 7-Eleven


Posted at Sep 22 2012 06:01 PM | Updated as of Sep 24 2012 01:45 AM

MANILA, Philippines – Travelers using Philippine Airlines (PAL) can now pay their domestic tickets at any of the 766 retail outlets of 7-Eleven nationwide.

With ECPay’s Payment Center Facility in 7-Eleven stores, those who book online would no longer have to line up at PAL to pay for their tickets. All they need to do is to simply go to their nearest 7-Eleven stores.

“This latest passenger service innovation involves a few "easy" steps: First, a passenger books a flight through the PAL website. The flight must be at least 48 hours from the time of booking. Once booking is confirmed, passenger will select "Reserve and Hold" option on the summary page. To complete the process, the passenger details are inputted and the confirmation email must be printed,” PAL said in a statement.

The passenger should go to the nearest 7-Eleven outlet and present their booking confirmation and pay the corresponding amount. The itinerary receipt (E-Ticket) and official receipt will be sent to the passenger's email address. 

However, the facility only accepts payments for flight bookings done online.

PAL said the scheme also enables those without credit cards to do their bookings online at the convenience of their homes, offices, internet cafes or mobile phones.

In case of inquiries, passengers may call the ECPay Customer Support hotline at (02) 421-6032 to 35 or email [email protected]