Paymaya’s Travel Blowout Promo

Paying with Paymaya is not just easy, it can also take you to different parts of the globe as the country’s pioneer and leader in digital payments will reward customers with a chance to experience global travel destination through its PayMaya Travel Blowout promo which will run from February 1 to May 31, 2018.

PayMaya Japan Travel Blowout
PayMaya Japan Travel Blowout

Every month from February to May, a lucky PayMaya account holder will win a five-day trip for two to each of the featured countries: Taiwan in February, South Korea in March, Japan in April, and the Maldives in May.

These prizes include roundtrip airfare and accommodation for two plus PHP50,000 PayMaya credits to start shopping, dining, and exploring with the convenience of going cashless. Each of these trips is also complete with tours and a well-curated itinerary so that winners can just pack their bags and enjoy the best that each country has to offer.

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There are a lot of ways to join the promo. An account holder can do any of the following to earn one raffle entry:

(1) Register a PayMaya account.
(2) Purchase and activate a PayMaya physical card.
(3) Have a PayMaya account upgraded.
(4) Pay bills in full (minimum of PHP300).
(5) Pay using PayMaya (minimum of PHP1,000 single receipt).

PayMaya Travel Blowout South Korea
PayMaya Travel Blowout South Korea

All raffle items are cumulative until the end of the promo period.

Paolo Azzola, the Chief Operating Officer and Managing Director of PayMaya Philippines said: “Gone are the days when overseas travel is only for the carded few. With PayMaya, millennials can seize travel opportunities online, expand their worldview, and dive into exciting adventures even without a credit card. Every Filipino deserves to reach their must-visit travel destination and PayMaya is here to help them take the first step.”

Meanwhile, the Head of PayMaya Issuing Business, Raymund Villanueva, revealed: “The Travel Blowout promo is our way of thanking our PayMaya customers, the #NowNation, and helping them pursue their love of travel. PayMaya is by far the fastest way to book a flight, even during a seat sale, for those who don’t have a credit card. It’s their ticket to enjoying the best deals and making the most of their lives, right here, right now.”

PayMaya Travel Blowout Taiwan
PayMaya Travel Blowout Taiwan

PayMaya is a free and secured prepaid e-wallet that allows all account holders to send and receive money, to pay their bills, and to shop anywhere online that accepts Visa or MasterCard payments. Account holders just need to download the PayMaya app or to activate their account via PayMaya in Messenger (@PayMayaOfficial), register, and load up in more than 15,000 touch points nationwide that includes SM Business Centers, 7-Eleven branches, Robinsons Business Centers inside Department Stores, Shopwise, Touchpay Kiosks, 2Go, UnionBank ATMs, Wellcome, Cebuana Lhuillier, ExpressPay, Palawan Pawnshop, Metrobank Online, and Smart Padala centers.

PayMaya allows customers to book flights during seat sales, take advantage of travel promos online, purchase travel essentials in Lazada and ZALORA, book affordable accommodations in Airbnb, travel cashless via transportation apply like Grab and Uber, and tap-to-pay at toll gates in NLEX and CAVITEX.

PayMaya Travel Blowout
PayMaya Travel Blowout

Account holders may also opt to have a physical card which can be linked to a mobile wallet so they can pay their purchases in groceries, malls, and any stores that accept card payments.

PayMaya Travel Blowout Maldives
PayMaya Travel Blowout Maldives

Moreover, customers can instantly convert their PayMaya funds to foreign currency by withdrawing money in any ATM abroad. PayMaya physical cards can be ordered online at

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