Enjoy cashless convenience at the Sinulog Festival in Cebu with PayMaya

As millions of Filipinos gather in Cebu in time to celebrate the annual lively and colorful Sinulog Festival to honor Señor Santo Niño, they can look forward to an exciting, hassle-free, and rewarding cashless experience with the help of PayMaya.

Enjoy cashless convenience at the Sinulog Festival in Cebu with PayMaya | Cebu Finest

Enjoy cashless convenience at the Sinulog Festival in Cebu with PayMaya

The streets of Cebu are adorned in various colors and performances as the Sinulog Festival, one of the biggest and most celebrated festivals in the Philippines, officially launched this week! This festival brings together Filipinos and tourists from around the world to enjoy Sinulog’s festivities and programs.

Whether it’s flying down to experience the traditional festivities or taking on a gastronomic adventure, PayMaya has teamed up with the biggest merchants and establishments all around Cebu to offer festival-goers seamless payments experience and exclusive cashback deals every time they use their PayMaya app or card for their transactions.

Here’s a list of establishments where you can get 1%, 10% or 100% cashback when you #ScanToPay with PayMaya:

Restaurants Souveniers and Specialty Stores Hotels
– Abaca Baking Company
– Bigby’s
– Bubble Tea Station
– Café Racer
– House of Lechon
– Lantaw
– Luncheonette
– Maya
– Mismukuno
– Mooon Café
– MyJoy
– Phat Pho
– Red Lizard
– Sushi Boy
– The Dessert Factory
– Zubuchon
– Aerophone Concept Stores
– Cebu Belmont Hardware
– Gaisano Main
– Gold Creation Jewelry
– Island Souvenirs
– iStore
– Ong Kin King
– Prince Hypermart
– RC Goldline
– The SM Store
– Robinsons Department Store
– Robinsons Supermarket
– Rustans Supermarket
– Chambre Hotel
– Cityscape Hotel
– GV Hotels
– Golden Prince Hotel
– Maayo Hotels
Healthcare Entertainment Transporation
– Aces Cebu
– Arc Hospitals
– Kevlo
– Anjo World Theme Park
– Cebu Safari and Adventure Park
– Mercedes-Benz
– Saferide
– Metrocars
– Trans-Asia
– Lite Ferries

It’s definitely more exciting to go cashless in Cebu with PayMaya as festival-goers can get up to 100% cashback when they use PayMaya QR for their purchases. Through PayMaya’s Double Cashback weekend promo, they also have two chances of scoring up to 100% cashback when they shop using PayMaya QR.

On top of that, they can also score an additional ₱150 when they have an accumulated spend of ₱5,000 via PayMaya QR, and another ₱150 when they spend the same amount using the PayMaya card! This promo runs until January 31, 2020.

If you don’t have your own PayMaya account yet, there’s time to sign up before flying off to Cebu for Sinulog weekend! Get ₱50 reward when you download the PayMaya app and use the code hra5kg when you upgrade your account for free.

Enjoy cashless convenience at the Sinulog Festival in Cebu with PayMaya | Cebu Finest

Go cashless in Cebu! More fun is you get to experience the wonders of Cebu through different restaurants, hotels, and establishments where you can use PayMaya!

ALSO READ: You can now pay for Apple services and App Store purchases via PayMaya in PH

To find out more about all the exclusive deals that you can get with your PayMaya account, visit www.paymaya.com/deals or follow PayMaya on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

About PayMaya

PayMaya, the digital financial services arm of Voyager Innovations, is the only financial technology company in the Philippines offering integrated consumer and merchant payment solutions with the widest on-ground branch network. It is the first to give millions of Filipinos an e-wallet that allows them to pay cashless transactions at any time of the day, anywhere in the world, and from any device. It is the financial technology arm of Voyager Innovations, the leading technology company in the country backed by PLDT, KKR, Tencent, World Bank’s IFC and the IFC Emerging Asia Fund.

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