- Reloadable prepaid MasterCard that is 100% approved.
- Can be used in all MasterCard affiliate stores online and worldwide.
- Reloadable up to P100,000 at BPI ATMs, BPI Express Online, BPI Express Mobile, and over-the-counter deposits at any BPI branch nationwide.
- Valid at all outlets nationwide.
Valid from March 12, 2015 - May 31, 2015. Failure to redeem Groupon within validity period will render Groupon invalid. If given as a gift, the receiver of the gifted voucher should fill out the registration form. Pick-up of the card by an authorized representative is strictly not allowed. Failure to pick up the card from the nominated BPI branch will result in perforation of the card and Groupon voucher will be forfeited. To view the Purchase Agreement Form, click here. Purchaser will be asked to sign the Purchase Agreement Form at the branch, upon card pick-up. Upon pick-up, the card is already active. DTI-FTEB SPD Permit No. 3273 Series of 2015. See the rules that apply to all deals.
Register here (http://goo.gl/forms/9tGUklf0DB). After receipt of email confirmation from BPI, card will be available for pick up after 5 banking days. Groupons may be redeemed at all BPI branches. Pick-up should be done during banking hours and within 60 days from receipt of email confirmation from BPI. Purchaser must present a valid ID and printed Groupon voucher upon pick-up.
Credit cards can come in handy in numerous situations, from filling up the gas tank to buying up an entire shelter of stray cats and dogs. Do good with today’s Groupon to Bank of the Philippine Islands.
- P350 (P500 value) for a My ePrepaid MasterCard in Metro Manila
- P450 (P600 value) for a My ePrepaid MasterCard outside Metro Manila
ABOUT THE MERCHANT
Being a commercial bank with an expanded banking license, the Bank of Philippine Islands (BPI) along with its subsidiaries offers financial services that range from corporate, consumer, and investment banking to asset management, securities distribution, insurance services, leasing, and foreign exchange. Since its establishment in 1851, BPI has been responsible for starting the banking and finance industry in the Philippines and has assumed functions including being the country’s de facto central bank, and printing and issuing currency. Rated as investment grade by Moody’s Investors Service and Fitch Ratings and a leader in the country’s banking industry, BPI is acknowledged for its high market capitalization, Tier 1 capital adequacy ratio, healthy shareholder return, and prudent management.