2GO Travel offers more payment options on web booking

The Philippines’ largest premier sea travel provider, 2GO Travel, has activated more than twenty online and offline payment channels to create a more safer and convenient ticket booking experience for its passengers.

According to 2GO Assistant Vice President of Marketing Blessie Cruz the decision to shift to more online and offline channels was brought by the COVID-19 pandemic where more customers preferred cashless payments over banknotes.

Customers who opt to book their tickets on the website can now instantly receive a booking confirmation upon receipt of payment made through VISA, Mastercard, JCB, and American Express credit and debit cards, 2Go Travel said in a statement.

Customers may also choose to pay their booking via online payment methods thru Banco de Oro (BDO), Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI), United Coconut Planters Bank (UCPB), Philippine National Bank (PNB), Union Bank of the Philippines (UBP), GCash, BancNet ATM, and Coins.

2GO Travel also accepts over-the-counter payments at BDO, PNB, UCPB, Security Bank, SM Bills Payment Center, Cebuana Lhuiller, M Lhuiller, ECPay via 7-Eleven, San Mig Food Avenue and select Petron stations, Prince Warehouse, LCC Malls, NCCC Supermarkets, RD Pawnshop, H Lhuiller, Global Access and more.

2GO Travel sails to 18 major ports of call in the country from Batangas to Caticlan and Roxas, including routes from Manila to Bacolod, Butuan, Cagayan de Oro, Cebu, Dumaguete, Iligan, Iloilo, Ozamis, and Zamboanga. To book your tickets, please visit 2GO Travel’s website, https://travel.2go.com.ph/, call our hotline (02) 8 528 7000, email us at travel@2GO.com.ph, or visit any 2GO outlet and SM Business Centers near you.

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