With its chilly weather even in the summer, Baguio City in Benguet has become a popular destination for both Filipinos and foreign travelers in the Philippines. Getting there is also easier nowadays with the (slight) decongestion of North Luzon Expressway (thanks to the opening of the Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway and Tarlac-Pangasinan-La Union Expressway) plus the availability of deluxe buses that come with an onboard toilet. To add to this, Victory Liner just launched a seat sale promo where you can travel to Cubao from Baguio (2 p.m. trip) for only P1 if you book from September 1 to 3. This is exclusive for Victory Liner Premiere Prepaid VISA Cardholders, which is actually easy to sign up for, if you are not a cardholder yet.

To get a Victory Liner Premiere (VLP) card, all you have to do is proceed to any Victory Liner bus terminal or select SM branches, present one identification card, and pay P300. This card also allows you to use the special lane when buying tickets at any Victory Liner terminal or for booking your tickets online. The VLP card is reloadable at local malls (SM and Robinsons), convenience stores (Family Mart and Petron Treats), and other ECPay partners.

The Piso Trip promo is also available for the Cubao-Olongapo route (12 p.m. trip). Booking period is from September 1 to 3 and travel period is from September 10 to 16. The one-peso fare is inclusive of online booking fee.

For more information, visit Victory Liner's website.

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