Dropping by at Ministop : 3 Rewarding Reasons Why Not to Pay in Cash. Just PayMaya!

It is the perfect marriage of convenience and rewards!

The Cashless Lifestyle for the on-the-go Filipinos gets more convenient as Ministop, with 500 branches in the Philippines joins the growing list of PayMaya Preferred merchants.

Here are the three rewarding reasons why it is worth dropping by at Ministop with an active PayMaya account.

1. Experience quick and hassle-free payment through PayMaya QR scan-to-pay.

Ask for the PayMaya QR code at the cashier. Scan the code to pay for your purchase smoothly and instantly.

Create an active PayMaya account: How to Download and Register a PayMaya account.

2. Earn a #BalikBayad of PhP50 once a week.

From February 19 until April 18, 2020 whenever you scan to pay a minimum of P200 using PayMaya QR at participating Ministop branches nationwide, your PayMaya credits will be added with PhP 50.


Scan To Pay. Ask for the PayMaya QR code at the cashier. Scan the code to pay for your purchase smoothly and instantly. Ministop takes pride in its ready-to-eat offerings that suit the varied tastes and wants of Filipinos, such as the best-selling Uncle John’s Fried Chicken. Being the first convenience store in the country equipped with an in-store kitchen facility, Ministop’s food selections are served hot and fresh every day. Ministop Philippines has almost 500 stores in key areas of Metro Manila, South Luzon, and Visayas, with stores located in Cebu, Bacolod, Dumaguete, Roxas and Boracay. (https://www.ministop.com.ph/about-us)


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This is on top of the usual 1%, 10%, or 100% cashback you can get whenever you use PayMaya QR at thousands of partner merchants

3. Add money at the Ministop branch swiftly.

Deposit an amount to your PayMaya account in select branches through the Pay & Go kiosk. The add money machines will soon be enhanced to offer even more convenient add money options in the coming months.

 “Whether it’s grabbing Ministop’s famous Uncle John’s Fried Chicken for a quick lunch or buying supplies for home, your payment experience just got more convenient and rewarding because of PayMaya QR. It’s the perfect marriage of convenience and rewards, which makes buying your items at Ministop with PayMaya even more exciting,” said Raymund Villanueva, Head of QR Ecosystems at PayMaya.



SCAN TO PAY AT KFC TOO!

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Get PhP 100 Cashback every week when you scan to pay PayMaya QR code at KFC. Minimum order should be PhP 200.

HOW TO DOWNLOAD PAYMAYA APP:

1. Download the PayMaya App. Get it on Google Play or on the App Store.
2. Register with your personal details. Use our code, copy 1p374rl and paste.

HOW TO UPGRADE FOR FREE:

1. Log in to the PayMaya app. For Android: Tap MENU. For iOS: tap MORE. Then tap UPGRADE FOR FREE.

2. Submit required information and upload photo of YOUR VALID ID (not your photo. Your ID). You need at least one (1) primary ID or two (2) secondary IDs. Make sure all IDs can be seen clearly in the photo.

3. Wait for a verification code sent through the app & SMS. Use this as reference during your face-to-face validation.

4. Tap START VIDEO CALL to talk to the UPGRADE OFFICER who will validate your application. Once application is approved, you may now enjoy the perks of an upgraded PayMaya account!


To know how you can maximize your PayMaya account, visit www.PayMaya.com/deals or follow @PayMayaOfficial on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

 

Author: John Llamas

John is a millennial Closer behind www.johndappercloser.com. He writes about the Corporate lifestyle, Sales tips, Menswear and Davao city's Bleisure scene. Join his Closer-to-CEO journey on Facebook and Instagram, @johndappercloser.

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