Skip the Long Lines: CCP Now Has a Ticketing App

You can even pay at 7-Eleven!

The Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) often gets crowded during big events, and braving the traffic just to buy tickets to its coveted shows can be very taxing. Some of the most sought after shows at the CCP are the Pasinaya every February, Virgin Labfest every July, and the much-awaited Cinemalaya every August.

Now, you can have your tickets purchased online in advance. The CCP presents its very own mobile application for both Android and iOS. Simply look for "Cultural Center of the Philippines" which is the name of the app.  It lets you book tickets online even without a credit card. The CCP app also gives updates on the latest art events happening that side of the Metro.

Like most apps, you can log in with your Facebook or Google accounts. And since it's made possible in partnership with Ticket2Me, you can also use your sign-in credentials for the ticketing platform. After selecting from the list of shows and schedule, you can choose to pay for the tickets in different ways:

  • Credit or debit card
  • Over-the-counter banking
  • 7-Eleven
  • PayPal
  • GCash
  • MLhuiller or Cebuana Lhuiller

Once paid, your ticket can be viewed through the app or your e-mail. No printing required! How's that for going paperless, too?

This story originally appeared on Spot.phMinor edits have been made by the editors.

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