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Fly for free with Mabuhay Miles Mastercard!
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Now’s a good time to make the switch to Mabuhay Miles MasterCard.
With the Lipat Na, Lipad Pa balance transfer promo, cardholders can get as much as 30,000 instant bonus Mabuhay Miles and fly to Hong Kong, Macau, Taipei or Xiamen for free.
Promo is extended until April 15, 2012.

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Switching to Mabuhay Miles MasterCard is as simple as going to the nearest Allied Bank or Philippine National Bank and completing the Lipat Na, Lipad Pa application form.
Balance transfer rates are available in easy 12-, 18-, and 24-month terms with a minimum balance transfer amount of Php 10,000.
A Php 10,000 balance transfer will get you 5,000 bonus Mabuhay Miles—that already gets you to a local destination for free.
The higher the balance transferred, the more bonus Mabuhay Miles you get. For example, Php 20,000 will get you 10,000 bonus Mabuhay Miles; Php 30,000 get 20,000 miles; and Php 50,000 get 30,000 miles.
With Mabuhay Miles MasterCard’s conversion of Php 33 to a Mile, the free trips will just keep on coming.

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Flexibility in Redeeming Earned Miles
Generosity in recognizing and rewarding customer loyalty is what sets Mabuhay Miles apart from other frequent flyer programs. Members are provided with award choices, specifically, with options to redeem their Miles according to their needs.
Domestic award ticket redemptions may be made for one-way or roundtrip flights. However, international award tickets are only available for roundtrip travel.
Travel awards start with as low as 3,000 Miles. Award tickets are transferrable to anyone, and upgrade awards may be transferred to family and friends who are also Mabuhay Miles members.

Convenience and Peace of Mind with Mabuhay Miles MasterCard
Everytime the cardholder uses his Mabuhay Miles MasterCard for purchases, his credit card and purchases are protected from fraudulent transactions, theft, and accidental damage—thanks to Allied Bank’s Fraud and Purchase Protection Insurance.
Cardholders do not need to go on installment to avail of the Fraud and Purchase Protection Insurance. Enjoy extended warranty and security for free with the Purchase Protection Insurance. Items bought are covered against accidental damage and theft for 90 days from purchase date.
There’s also nothing to worry about even if your card gets lost or stolen or if the card information is used for fraudulent transactions. For a minimal fee of only Php 10 a month, the cardholder can avail of the Fraud Protection Insurance.

24/7 travel insurance coverage
While the usual travel insurance is only limited to while inside public transport, Mabuhay Miles takes it further with its 24-hour coverage. It also comes along with assistance for hassles like lost baggage or travel papers, flight delays, and such.

Transferring to Mabuhay Miles MasterCard also means moving to the best travel card. Where else can one find a concierge that boasts of the widest range of service not offered by other concierge services? Whether it concerns dining, entertainment, travel reservations or other services in the world, the World Assist concierge gives personalized assistance all day, all week, and all year round.

For details, call Ally Live at 818-9818 or go to http://www.mabuhaymilesmastercard.ph or Facebook.

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Wenggaye

this promo isnt true, i called up the hotline. instead of the 30,000 miles for the P50k balance transfer 3000 miles point lang daw.d na daw updated
yung posters and website nila,kabuset.hindi din daw niya alam ano destination equivalent tawag n lang daw pal mabuhay hotline where noone answered

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Wait, parang I remember that you dont like our local airlines.:D a change of heart na?:)

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omnesia

Should be “get as MANY as…” not MUCH
Sorry; grammar Nazi. The ad also looks silly with those guys with tickets plastered on their forehead. Can we include PAL in the tourism campaign overhaul?

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omnesia Reply:

O bago pa may pumintas, it should have been “foreheads.” hehe

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omnesia

O bago pa may pumintas, it should have been “foreheads.” hehe

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