SM offers free cash in for PayMaya users, here’s how to do it

Looking to skip the cash in fees when loading your PayMaya account? Well, look no further than SM.

The SM Store along with the SM Hypermarket, SM Supermarket, and Savemore now offer free cash in services for PayMaya users.

How to cash in paymaya at sm

These establishments are the latest additions to PayMaya’s growing list of over 90,000 free cash in touchpoints which includes Servicio, Waltermart, Savemore, BPI (via linked account), Unionbank (via linked account), Smart Padala, TrueMoney, Ministop, Robinsons Supermarket, Southstar Drug, Bayad Center, TouchPay, and many others. Customers can also receive a Php 20 cashback covering their transfer fee when they cash in to PayMaya via Instapay until the end of the year.

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PayMaya’s free cash in touchpoints make up 8 out of 10 of its over 110,000 total cash in touchpoints nationwide. To check out the complete list of PayMaya’s free cash in touchpoints, visit the Cash In button on the PayMaya app and look for the icons with the ‘no fees’ sticker.

How to cash in or load money via the SM Store

Cashing in FOR FREE at these establishments is easy.  For example, for The SM Store – all you have to do is follow these simple steps:   

  1. Open your PayMaya app, select the “Cash In” icon on the home screen.  
  2. Select The SM Store 
  3. Enter the desired amount, then select “Continue.”  You will be given a 7-digit Cash In Code.
  4. Go to the SM Bills Payment counter and present the generated 7-digit code along with your payment to the cashier.  
  5. Wait for an SMS confirmation before leaving the store.

That’s it. You’re done.

Take note that the Cash In Code is valid for 30 minutes. The minimum load amount is Php 100, while the maximum is Php 50,000.

The PayMaya app is free to download at Register for an account and enjoy a cashless paying experience now.     

Bryan is a tech enthusiast and self-admitted geek who enjoys writing about tech and watching clips on YouTube. He has over 20 years of experience in corporate communications, marketing services, and customer relations from different industries such as telecommunications and banking.

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