PayMaya users to enjoy discounts, rebates, and freebies this holiday season

PayMaya users to enjoy discounts, rebates, and freebies this holiday season

When they say, “i-PayMaya mo na ‘yan,” they mean it. That’s how intuitive and reliable the PayMaya mobile app, physical card, and Facebook Messenger service are for your online and offline transactions – online shopping, sending money, buying load, paying for bills, linking it to your PayPal and Uber account, using it as a Beep card, topping it up at nearby establishments like 7-eleven, and more. This holiday season, PayMaya wants to #ShareTheLove with PayMaya account holders with lots of discounts, rebates, and freebies. So if you’re PayMaya users like we are, there’s just no going back.

PayMaya account holders will enjoy the following over the holidays:

Get rebates on PayMaya QR purchases

For the whole of December 2017, PayMaya account holders who transact at establishments accepting PayMaya QR will get a 10% rebate on their purchase (up to P100 per transaction). PayMaya QR allows Instant, cashless, secure, and convenient transactions for shoppers with smartphones installed with the PayMaya App. The can use the PayMaya app to scan QR codes in participating merchant stores for hassle-free shopping over the holidays at establishments accepting PayMaya QR payment.

Instant, cashless payments via PayMaya QR code scanning is now available at Ministop.

Instant, cashless payments via PayMaya QR code scanning is now available at Ministop.

These establishments include all The SM Store (and SM mall information booths nationwide), Robinsons Department Store, Robinsons Supermarket, and stores under Robinsons Store Specialists Inc., (such as Topman, Topshop, G2000, Warehouse, and Dorothy Perkins in Robinsons Galleria), Ministop branches in Cyberscape Alpha and Cyberscape Beta in Ortigas, Fairmont Hotel, and The Yard in Timog.

Enjoy PayMaya discounts at Lazada and Zalora

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For the whole of December, PayMaya account holders can enjoy

  • an additional 20% discount when they shop at Lazada using the code PYMYDEC.
  • an additional 20% discount when they shop at ZALORA using the code PAYMAYAHOLIDAY upon checkout. This discount rises to as much as 25% during Zalora’s Online Fever sale on December 12 to 15 with the code PAYMAYAFEVER25.

PayMaya, PayMaya with Beep, PayMaya GCash

Both discounts are top of the discounts offered by Lazada and Zalora for December 2017.

Get a discount when you buy load via Facebook Messenger

PayMaya account holders can pay bills, buy load, and send and receive money through the @PayMayaOfficial account in Facebook Messenger:

  • Get 5% discount on prepaid load for yourself when you link your PayMaya account to Messenger.
  • Send money to friend and family whether they’re on Smart, TNT, Sun, or Globe, as fast as you can send an emoji. You can do this even if they’re out of the country.
  • Avoid long lines and leg work when paying bills; do them in Messenger. As a plus, PayMaya account holders who pay their Meralco bill via Messenger this December 2017 get a 10% rebate on their Meralco bills, for a maximum of P300 rebate.

PayMaya on Facebook Messenger, How to Pay Bills Through PayMaya on Messenger, How to Buy Load on PayMaya Messenger

With PayMaya in Messenger you get exclusive discounts and rebates on top of not having to leave Messenger to pay bills, buy load, and send and receive money. A great convenience for family and friends (freelancers and clients) who chat regularly on Messenger. Find out how to do these things in Messenger here.

Join the PayMaya #MerryMillionaire promo

From today until December 23, 2017, all PayMaya app registrations, physical card activations, and purchases worth at least P1000 will earn you a raffle entry for PayMaya’s #MerryMillionaire promo. You can get a chance to win P10,000 in a weekly draw and P1 million tax-free in the grand draw. Read about it here.

PayMaya Merry Millionaire Promo 2017

More places to load up your PayMaya account

On top of these holiday promos, discounts, and freebies, PayMaya has also expanded partner establishments through which you can top up your PayMaya account. All branches of Cebuana Lhuillier and ExpressPay, plus online banking platforms of RCBC and Metrobank, now join PayMaya’s more than 15,000 top-up facilitiies. These nationwide top up spots currently include Robinsons Department Store Business Centers, SM Business Services, TouchPay kiosks, 7-Eleven, Palawan Pawnshops, Shopwise, Wellcome, 2G0 outlets, Petron stations along NLEX, Smart Padala centers, UnionBank ATMs, and sari-sari stores at grassroots communities.

PayMaya, PayMaya with Beep

Getting a PayMaya account is fast and easy. Just download the app on your smartphone (iOS or Android) and register. You can also get the PayMaya physical card (and link it up to your PayMaya account) to pay for transactions on your favorite establishments such as groceries, restaurants, and shopping mall stores. You can even use the PayMaya card as an easy-to top-up Beep card for your MRT and BGC bus ride commutes. Here’s what you can do with PayMaya.

What You Can Do with a PayMaya Account

PayMaya, the digital financial services arm of PLDT’s Voyager Innovarions, is the pioneer in cashless payments in the Philippines. Visit their site to find out more.

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Irwin Allen Rivera loves his wife's cooking so much he's now twice the man he used to be. His English essay won a Don Carlos Palanca Memorial Award for Literature in 2012. His philosophical-horror story appeared in Philippine Speculative Fiction 8 (2013). He was managing editor and lead writer of Sites and Symbols 2 (2005), a coffee-table book about buildings in UP Diliman - his alma mater (BA Philosophy; MA Creative Writing continuing). He worked at the UP Diliman Information Office before shifting to web content writing. His sudden fiction, "Notwithstanding Pigs," initially a Friendster testimonial, appeared in Philippines Graphic (2006) and in Very Short Stories for Harried Readers (2007). He used to write for www.technoodling.net.