In celebration of International Coffee Day, PayMaya is offering PhP100 cashback for a minimum purchase of  PhP150 worth of McCafe products until October 23, 2018. Note that this offer only applies if you pay using PayMaya QR.

Cashless convenience

With PayMaya QR, McCafe customers will be able to enjoy McCafe’s perfect pairing of coffee and food. while experiencing the advantages of a fully cashless payment method. All that’s needed is to scan the QR code using the PayMaya app.

“We’re glad to see that more McCafé customers can embrace the cashless convenience through this promo. PayMaya QR gives customers the advantage of paying for their order conveniently just by using their mobile phone as their wallet.”

– PayMaya COO and Managing Director Paolo Azzola

Participating McCafe Branches
Glorietta, Makati CityGreenhills, San JuanABS CBN, QCAlabang, Muntinlupa City
Greenbelt, Makati CityMadison, San JuanTimog Tobias, QCPetron South, Laguna
Valero, Makati CityMarcos HighwayBelfast Ave., Novaliches, QCSouthwoods, Laguna
BGC Maybank, BGCEastwood City, QCSavano, San Jose Del Monte, BulacanNew Molino, Cavite
Bridgestone 32nd Street, TaguigKatipunan, QCDau, PampangaPontevia, Cavite
Fontera Verde, Pasig CityMatalino, QCNAIA 3, Pasay CityTagaytay Taal, Cavite
SM Megamall, MandaluyongQuezon Ave., QCLas PiñasTagaytay Calamba
Getting started with PayMaya

Getting a PayMay account is very easy – just download the app for free from the Google Play Store or the Apple App Store, and sign up for an account using a Philippine mobile number.

You can add money to your PayMaya account through more than 20,000 add Money touchpoints – This includes Smart Padala Centers, SM Business Centers, Robinsons Business Centers in Robinsons Department Stores, 7-Eleven and Circle K Outlets, Touchpay, iBayad, Pay&Go, eTap kiosks, UnionBank ATMs, Shopwise, Palwan Pawnshops and more.

To know more about PayMaya’s products, services, and promotions, you may visit or follow PayMaya on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. You may upgrade and get support for your account at @PayMayaCares on Facebook.

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Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.

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