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Cebu Pacific to Give Away 100 Filipino Burgers in Both Melbourne and Sydney in Celebration of it’s Birthday

Free burgers from Filipino-owned restaurants in Melbourne and Sydney, plus chance to win return tickets to the Philippines

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Jason Cordi
Jason Cordi
Editor-in-Chief, The Philippine Times

Cebu Pacific, Philippines’ leading airline, has teamed up with Sydney’s Filipino-fusion burger joint, Burger Point, and the Filipino-owned home of Melbourne’s original smashed patties, St. Burgs, to give away 100 free burgers at each restaurant in celebration of its 28th birthday on March 8.

The airline will be giving away 100 of Burger Point’s iconic Marvin Glaze burgers, featuring a donut glazed bun, and cheese and bacon topping, from 10.30am on Friday March 8 at its Circular Quay restaurant. Burger Point was named by Lizzo as her ‘go-to’ diner during her 2020 ‘Cuz I Love you Too’ tour.

Then from 11am on the same day, Melburnians can head to St Burgs’ Caroline Springs location for a free Cheesy Bacon Mushroom Durger.

Started by the Soto brothers born to Filipino parents, St. Burgs pays tribute to popular Filipino food such as The Yum Durger, Adobo Shaker Fries, Durger Steak, Sinigang Wings, and Ube Shake and the famous sweet style spaghetti paired with chicken and gravy.

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Burgers will be available at both joints until gone. Every customer who gets a free burger will have the opportunity to win return flights from Melbourne or Sydney to Manila by sharing on social media.

To continue the birthday celebrations, Cebu will also be running a month-long seat sale throughout the whole of March, offering flights from Melbourne and Sydney to Manila for some of its lowest prices in history.

Sydney celebrates its ten-year anniversary of its maiden flight to Manila this September and operates five times a week. The carrier operates a thrice-weekly service direct from Melbourne to Manila. 

Flights can be booked from Sydney and Melbourne to Manila at cebupacificair.com

Jason Cordi
Jason Cordi
Editor-in-Chief, The Philippine Times

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