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PayMaya Father's DayWith the on-going health crisis, it looks like a lot of us won’t be able to celebrate Father’s Day the way we used to. That being said, it won’t stop us from enjoying the company of our family.

Celebrating Father’s Day under the new normal entails that we have to be more mindful about physical distancing, and that includes staying at home as much as possible.

So if you’re looking for ways to make Dad feel special this coming Sunday, having a nice lunch or dinner with great food from his favorite restaurants is a great idea.

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With more and more restaurants accepting online transactions, paying for your order with PayMaya is now much easier and is even more rewarding.

Pay for your meals using the mobile number you registered to your PayMaya account for an added layer of convenience and security. With this option, you no longer have to input your card details on the website, making payments easier and quicker. Paying online also means you can avoid the risk caused by handling cash.

Paying with PayMaya also gives you a chance to get 1%, 10%, or 100% BalikBayad on your order!

Here are five dad-approved places you can conveniently order from and pay with PayMaya using your mobile number.

Frankie’s New York Buffalo Wings 

The best part about Frankie’s New York Buffalo Wings is that you can mix and match as many flavors as you want. Share and bond over dozens of Dad’s and the whole family’s favorite wing flavors to your heart’s desire.

For starters, you should try their Classic Buffalo and Garlic Parmesan flavors and pair it with Onion Rings!

Army Navy

If Dad’s in the mood for burgers or burritos, then you can’t go wrong with ordering from Army Navy, which is now available for delivery. Get him a California Burger, and throw in that extra patty for a double if she’s got a big appetite. And if he wants a burrito, how about ordering a steak or sisig burrito for good measure?

Central Delivery

Central Delivery is the hub of all your favorite food – from Popeyes’ famous fried chicken and biscuits to Kuya J’s crispy pata and halo-halo, along with your favorites at Lander’s Central, Da Gianni, and Dough & Co. Whatever cuisine your family members are craving for, you can easily order them at Central Delivery.

Soban K-Town Grill

Who hasn’t missed Korean Samgyupsal buffets during the quarantine? Fortunately, Soban K-Town Grill is able to deliver their famed barbecue meats straight to your home. If you miss their samgyupsal experience, go for their BBQ sets – either the Mega Meat or Favorite Feast BBQ Sets will satisfy your Korean barbecue craving. You can also order the barbecue meats a la carte if everyone wants more!

Boozy

Celebrate the company of family with Dad’s favorite liquor, no matter what it is, you can find it and have it delivered to your home through Boozy. Or if you’d prefer, you can also suggest something new for him to appreciate.

For your daily cravings, use you PayMaya mobile number to pay for your online orders at McDonald’s, Goldilocks, and Domino’s Pizza. If you’re looking for a quick fastfood fix, check out Jollibee, Burger King, Mang Inasal, and Red Ribbon on Facebook and order your meals via Facebook Messenger. Don’t forget to pay with PayMaya.

Paying with your PayMaya mobile number is easy. All you have to do is follow these simple steps:

  1. Order your meals at the website of your chosen restaurant.
  2. Proceed to checkout and choose the online payment/credit card option.
  3. You will be redirected to the PayMaya Checkout page. Here, click the Pay with PayMaya button.
  4. Log in using your PayMaya mobile number and password.
  5. An SMS with the One-Time Pin (OTP) will be sent to your mobile number. Key in the OTP on the webpage to verify your transaction.
  6. Wait for the SMS from PayMaya to confirm your payment.

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.