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PayMaya is giving P1 Million on its “PayMayaguinaldo” Give and Receive campaign

PayMaya isn’t stopping its yearly tradition of giving away massive prizes through the Christmas season. This year PayMaya is offering Filipinos more rewards as it launches its “PayMayaguinaldo” campaign, where users have a chance to win as much as P1 Million in the Grand raffle draw and an opportunity to help micro-entrepreneurs around the country. Users also have a chance to win up to P285,000 worth of prizes to be given away in the weekly raffle draws from today until January 10, 2021.

How to join?

By simply going cashless, you can easily earn a raffle entry every time you #ScanToPay via PayMaya QR at any of their partner merchants, use your PayMaya-registered mobile number when you buy items online, or purchase prepaid load and other treats at the PayMaya in-app shop with a minimum of P100 purchase.

But wait, there’s more!

Every time you pay with PayMaya, you not only earn a raffle entry to win cash prizes, but you also get a chance to help fellow Filipinos. With each purchase, you are also giving a PayMayaguinaldo to help micro-entrepreneurs in underprivileged communities as PayMaya will also be donating a P1 Million Grand Aguinaldo to Gawad Kalinga to help establish more resilient communities via micro-entrepreneurship around the country.  


“Even though our Christmas celebrations won’t be the same as they have been before, there are a lot of creative ways where families can keep the holiday spirit alive. Through our ‘PayMayaguinaldo‘ campaign, we hope to inspire hope and generosity among Filipinos as we offer them more reasons to give to their friends and families, share their blessings to their officemates, and even give back to underprivileged communities whenever they pay using their PayMaya accounts,” said Mark Dee, Head of Growth and Marketing at PayMaya.

On top of the exciting prizes from the PayMayaguinaldo raffle promo, you can also enjoy instant discounts and vouchers from top brands and merchants when you visit the PayMayaguinaldo Christmas store in the PayMaya app. 

Shoppers can get exclusive deals offered by brands such as Unilever, Goldilocks, Rustan’s, Boozy, Sariwon Korean Barbecue, Soban K-Town Grill, Boteyju, Wingzone, Pepi Cubano, Papermoon, FreshMart, Memo Xpress, Vamos, and Pet Warehouse, among others which they can enjoy when you pay using their PayMaya account at these merchants.

Check the PayMayaguinaldo Christmas store to know which new brands are offering discounts so that you can get the best value for your money when you do your shopping with PayMaya!

Get to enjoy the following perks in various malls around the country when you #ScanToPay with PayMaya QR:


  • THE SM STORE: Take home one of the 100 motorcycles being given away when you #ScanToPay at least P1,500 at The SM Store until January 15, 2021.
  • MEGAWORLD LIFESTYLE MALLS: Get an instant P200 cashback when you spend an accumulated amount of P2,000 PLUS a chance to win P10,000 when you #ScanToPay at least P500 using PayMaya QR at participating merchants in Megaworld Lifestyle Malls (Eastwood City, Lucky Chinatown Mall, Forbes Town, Southwoods Mall, Uptown Mall, McKinley Hill, Newport Mall, and Festival Walk Mall Iloilo) until January 10, 2021. You can enjoy the P200 cashback reward twice during the promo period, for a total of P400 savings!
  • POWER PLANT MALL and SANTOLAN TOWN PLAZA: Enjoy exclusive perks and prizes when you shop at participating merchants using PayMaya QR. Stay tuned for more details!

“PayMaya is really the #BetterQR when it comes to shopping for your friends, officemates, and loved ones this holiday season. You not only get to stay safe while shopping in your favorite malls, you also enjoy the convenience and the exciting rewards whenever you pay cashless using PayMaya,” said Raymund Villanueva, Business Head for QR Ecosystems at PayMaya.

The best way to give this holiday season 

With all these exciting offers, using PayMaya is clearly the best way to give gifts to your loved ones this Christmas season – especially for ninongs and ninangs who prefer to stay at home in the holidays.  

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