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Jollibee is now accepting Visa card payments in PH, Maya powers it!

Jollibee is now accepting cashless payments in the Philippines using your Visa cards powered by Maya Business.
Jollibee is now accepting Visa card payments in PH, Maya powers it!
Jollibee and Visa executives flexing the Maya card

Jollibee is now accepting Visa card payments!

The  Filipino-based fast food conglomerate has partnered with Visa, a world-renowned digital banking firm to make cashless payments available in over 1,000 Jollibee branches in the Philippines.

The aim of our partnership with Visa is to provide our loyal customers with a more enjoyable and convenient dining experience. There are many benefits to going cashless and for this love month that includes treating our valued customers with their favorite Jollibee snack, says Dorothy Dee-Ching, VP and Head of Marketing of Jollibee Philippines.

To celebrate its milestone, Visa, Jollibee together with Maya introduced the Tap-Sarap with Visa promo.
Jollibee, Maya, Visa executives
Jollibee, Maya, Visa executives

Customers who will be paying a minimum of PHP 500 on their orders using Visa repair, debit, or credit card at any participating Jollibee branch will get a free Cheesy Yumburger, Jolly Spaghetti, Tuna Pie, or Peach Mango Pie. This promo is valid for dine-in, take-out, and drive-through transactions.

We are inviting everyone to celebrate the month of love with their family and friends with this exclusive deal from Visa and Jollibee. With the acceptance of Visa cards at Jollibee in the Philippines, we hope to encourage more Filipinos to experience the benefits of going cashless, such as enjoying a hassle-free experience when paying for goods and services. We are excited to roll out cashless payments with Visa to more Jollibee stores in the future, shares Jeff Navarro, Visa Country Manager for the Philippines and Guam.

The partnership reflects the shift of Filipinos to using cashless transactions. This is based on Visa's latest Consumer Payment Attitudes Study where 1,000 PH respondents from August to September 2021 have shown that 84 percent have already tried going cashless in the said year, with 60 percent carrying less money in their pockets.

The study also suggested that various cashless transactions, and cards both online and offline merchants are overly preferred as one of the main options.

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