September 23, 2016

List of Discount and Reward cards in the Philippines

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  • There are many ways you can save money in your shopping ventures and one of them is through discount and reward cards. A lot of shopping establishments and stores in the Philippines are offering membership cards that you can use to earn points and enjoy exclusive privileges and discounts. Here’s a list of discount and reward cards to own for your next shopping venture.

    1. SM Advantage Card

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    Present your SM Advantage Card to the cashier before any purchase transaction at any SM Advantage partner establishment. Each point has a standard redemption value of P1.00. SMAC points, like cash, can be used to pay for your purchases at any SM cashier counter. A minimum balance of 20 points is needed to start redeeming rewards. Individuals aged 18 and above can apply for membership in SM Advantage. You can apply for a membership fee of P150.

    You can visit their website for more information: http://smadvantage.com/faqs

     

    1. Laking National Bookstore Card

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    Filipino parents know best about this – National Bookstore card is most useful during the back-to-school shopping season. The Laking National Card must be presented upon payment to earn points. Purchases earn one (1) point for every one peso (P1.00) spent at National Bookstore (NBS).  Points are redeemable in increments of 1,000 points which is equivalent to P10.00 ePurse. You can apply for a card for only one hundred pesos (P100.00) at any National Bookstore counters nationwide. Students may join for a discounted fee of Sixty Pesos (P60.00) with valid school ID.

    You can visit their website for more information: nationalbookstore.com

     

    1. Mercury Drug Suki Card

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    Suki Card is a customer loyalty card that rewards members with points from all their purchases in Mercury Drug stores. Those who are in need of constant medication for certain illness and all health buffs who are 18 years old and above should have this card always stashed in their wallet. Membership is free and the card is fully transferable. Earned points can be used as payment for subsequent purchases.

    You can visit their website for more information: mercurydrug.com

     

    1. Robinsons Reward Card

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    Robinsons Reward Card is a loyalty card that allows members to earn points for their patronage in any Robinsons participating store. All legitimate Philippine residents with a valid government ID or barangay certificate are qualified to join. Applicants below 18 years old or at least 15 years of age can also apply but they should present a school ID with parent’s consent. To apply, you can buy a Robinsons Rewards application kit at the customer service or cashier of participating Robinsons supermarket, Department stores and Toys “R” Us branches for only P150. Fill up the application form and submit at the customer service or cashier. To earn points, just present you Robinsons reward card upon every purchase. This card is valid for 2 years after the application.

    You can visit their website for more information: robinsonsdepartmentstore.com.ph

     

    1. Starbucks Card

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    Fans of Starbucks might already have this card ready for every purchase inside their wallet. But if you still don’t own one, you better apply for exciting coffee rewards! Members of Starbucks Rewards are able to earn and accumulate “Stars” that can be redeemed for Starbucks Rewards benefits, also known as “Rewards,” at participating Starbucks stores. One handcrafted beverage drink will be equal to one star and you get a free drink for every 12 stars earned. You also get a free drink on your birthday!

    You can visit their website for more information: starbucks.com

     

    1. Happy Plus Card

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    This card can be used in all participating stores of Jollibee, Greenwich, Chowking and Red Ribbon. Earn happy points when you use your card and use the points to get free food! Every P 50 food purchase earns you one happy point. One happy point is equal to one (1) peso. No need for cash or wait for change. Just tap the happyplüs card to pay for your food. When you run out of load, simply reload your card for a minimum of P 100. Members can also have a chance to win up to P 100,000 every month! The more you reload, the more raffle entries you get.

     

    1. Petron Value Card

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    The Petron Value Card allows you to earn points for every purchase made at participating Petron establishments. Accumulated points may be redeemed at provisionally 600 Petron service stations nationwide. Not only that! The card also allows you to free towing and roadside assistance, 5% discount on SMC products at San Mig Food Ave., year-round personal accident insurance and privileges at Major establishments.

    You can visit their website for more information: petron.com

               
               
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