There’s a Ministop a few minutes from where I live so I go there for moments when I don’t feel like cooking or going to the grocery. I’m a fan of their fried chicken so I’ve had that quite a few times, along with other purchases like snacks and pastries. I’m obviously a regular so I’m happy to know that I can now use PayMaya QR and get cashbacks and other treats when I’m there.
PayMaya QR is now currently available in more than 500 branches of Ministop all over the country, allowing for the ultimate convenience not just in buying goods but in having a quick and hassle-free payment experience as well. Additionally, shoppers can also get a P50 cashback once a week from February 19 until April 18, 2020, whenever they scan to pay a minimum of P200 using PayMaya QR at participating Ministop branche
This is on top of the usual 1%, 10%, or 100% cashback they can get whenever they use PayMaya QR at thousands of partner merchants and establishments nationwide.
So I decided to try it out over the weekend by buying my lunch there. Of course, I got a two-piece chicken and some ice cream. Like with all of my experiences paying via QR, all I needed to do is scan the code, input the amount, and I was done. It’s a more convenient way than paying cash since I’m holding my smartphone 80% of the time and I don’t need to look in my bag for my wallet. The best part, I got an P88.70 cashback for my P387 bill!
Ministop is just the latest in a growing list of PayMaya Preferred Merchants around the country, where PayMaya is a preferred mode of payment instead of cash. It is part of the “Don’t Pay Cash. PayMaya!” campaign of one of the country’s most rewarding mobile wallets today.
Aside from being able to conveniently pay for Ministop purchases using their mobile phones, PayMaya users can also add money to their accounts in select branches through the Pay & Go kiosk, which will soon be enhanced to offer even more convenient add money options in the coming months.