Heads Up, Commuters: You Can Ride a P2P From Fairview to Makati for Less Than P100

For a limited time only.
by Micah Avry Guiao
May 18, 2023
Facebook/Department of Transportation - Philippines

(SPOT.ph) With a distance of 24 kilometers, commuting from Fairview to Makati could take over an hour, especially for normal city buses that will have stops every 10 minutes or so (not to mention the traffic). You might as well be comfortable on the journey by riding a P2P bus.

Far-destination P2P services are commonly priced above P150 for added services: air conditioning, comfortable seating, shorter travel time, CCTVs, onboard entertainment systems, and sometimes even Wi-Fi. These additional services contribute to higher ticket prices that many can't shell out on a daily basis.

The exciting news is that commuters no longer have to sacrifice comfort for cash—and least for those who are traveling to and from Fairview to Makati. Starting March 18, P2P buses with a route from Fairview to Makati are offering a 50% off the normal rate of P160 to only P80. This is for a limited time only.


The Fairview terminal is located at Robinsons Novaliches, while the Makati terminal is located at One Ayala.

Also read: Here Are the Routes at One Ayala’s New PUV Terminal

How to get a 50% discount on P2P bus rides from Fairview to Makati

You’ll only have to use GCash or a beep card to avail of the exclusive flat rate promo fare of P80. It’s even cheaper than the discounted fare of P128 for senior citizens and persons with disabilities.

Take note that the 50% discount will only apply for the following travel times:

  • One Ayala to Robinsons Novaliches – 7 a.m. to 12 p.m.
  • Robinsons Novaliches to One Ayala – 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.
PHOTO BY Facebook/Fairview-Makati P2P
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Normal operations run from Monday to Friday, 5 a.m. to 6 p.m. for Fairview to Makati and 7 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. for Makati to Fairview. In addition, this P2P route has special drop-offs at Rustans Makati, Paseo De Roxas, PBCOM, and RCBC.

From One Ayala, commuters can also easily get to Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA), Sta. Rosa, Antipolo, Katipunan, Imus, and Noveleta with P2P buses stationed at the new terminal.

For more information, check out the Fairview-Makati P2P Facebook page.

Also read: One Ayala’s P2P Buses Can Take You to NAIA, Katipunan, Nuvali, and More