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Ready for Eras Tour? Philippine Airlines is giving out free Taylor Swift bracelets to passengers flying to Singapore

By John Patrick Magno Ranara Published Mar 01, 2024 9:22 pm

Can't wait to witness Taylor Swift's phenomenal Eras Tour concert, Swifties? Philippine Airlines (PAL) is here to fuel your excitement even further.

The local air carrier is handing out Taylor Swift friendship bracelets to passengers flying to Singapore, where the singer-songwriter is set to hold her sole Southeast Asian stop for her concert. What's even more special is that you don't have to spend a single dough on them as they're entirely free.

"Look what you made us do!" PAL captioned their post.

On X, some social media users have shared the bracelets they received from the airline and expressed their appreciation for catering to their fangirl needs.


But PAL isn't the only airline that's celebrating Taylor's much-anticipated Singapore concert.

Back in early February, Cebu Pacific joined in on the fun and excitement with Taylor Swift-themed flights that are set to take off on March 3 to 5 and 7 to 9, coinciding with the singer's concerts at the National Stadium on March 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, and 9.

They now come with a special flight number after the airline company changed 5J 813 to 5J 1989 from Manila to Singapore. The renumbering would in no way impact passengers who booked it.

In case you don't know, 1989 is the American pop superstar's birth year. It's also the title of her fifth studio album, which she re-recorded and re-released in October 2023.

Taylor's Eras Tour is described to be a journey through all of her musical "eras," serving as an homage to her albums. With a set list of 44 songs divided into 10 acts, each show lasts up to three and a half hours.

If you're one of the lucky ones to snag a ticket, here are tips to make the most out of your concert experience.

Eager to bring home some Taylor Swift goodies? Check here to see how much the 'Eras Tour' merchandise in Singapore costs.