Mother’s Day is coming up this weekend, and while we’re all on stay-at-home quarantine mode, it’s still more than possible to make your mom feel special on the day of the year that’s just for her!
Five Mother’s Day gifts you can easily get online even while you’re staying at home
With many businesses now opening online stores with delivery and cashless payment options, finding a good gift for your mom should be a breeze. Here are some hassle-free gift ideas:
1) For the movie junkie mom
If your mom loves movies, why not give her access to all her favorite films and series with a Netflix subscription? You can even set up a movie night for the entire family complete with your go-to snacks.
Subscribing to Netflix with your PayMaya virtual or physical card is easy. Buying snacks online at supermarkets like Landers and Super8 is also convenient, now that you can pay by simply keying in the mobile number linked to your PayMaya account. You can even score up to 100% Balik Bayad for your purchases!
2) For the mom who’s the sentimental type
If you’re feeling a little crafty, you can also create a scrapbook for your mom. Compile photos of your favorite moments together as well as little memorabilia like theme park tickets, and use materials that are readily available at home. Include heartfelt letters from the entire family and get ready for some happy tears from your sentimental mom.
If you don’t have art materials available, you can easily order them via National Bookstore at Lazada and pay with your PayMaya account.
3) For the foodie mom
What better way to spend Mother’s Day than with the people she loves most? Plan a nice and warm Sunday meal with the whole family at home, and take the pressure off her hands by having her favorite food delivered. What’s even better is you can order food online at a PayMaya partner restaurant like McDonald’s, Goldilocks, Army Navy, Shakey’s, Red Ribbon, Chowking, Burger King, Domino’s Pizza, Sariwon Korean Barbecue, Soban K-Town Grill, and Sibyullee Unlimited Korean BBQ, and pay using your phone number for up to 100% Balik Bayad!
4) For the mom who’s practical
One great way to show your love for your mom who keeps the house together is by helping out with the household expenses. Take care of groceries by ordering online, and settle her bills for her, all with the help of your PayMaya. You can even get ₱100 Balik Bayad when you pay a PLDT bill worth at least ₱1,000 this month, as well as ₱50 Balik Bayad for Smart and Sun postpaid bills.
5) For the extroverted mom
Does your mom miss all her friends and relatives? How about setting up one big video call with the whole family to greet her and her fellow moms a happy Mother’s Day? You can make sure you stay connected by buying data packages for you and the rest of her friends at discounted rates through the PayMaya app!
This Mother’s Day, let PayMaya’s help you show just how much you love your mom at the safety and comfort of your own home.
If you don’t have your own PayMaya account yet, it’s easy to sign up in time for Mother’s Day! Just download the PayMaya app for Android or iOS, register your own account and use the referral code hra5kg to get ₱50 sign up bonus, and start shopping with the fastest, safest, most rewarding, and hassle-free way to pay for anything both online and in-stores!
Better yet, teach your mom how to set up her own PayMaya account by checking out paymaya.com/quick-guide.
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