Introducing Jollibee’s Happy Plus Card

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It was late last year when I noticed that Jollibee is up for something. They’ve been installing card system on each of their stores in Metro Manila. Early this year, Jollibee launched their own loyalty and debit card called Happy Plus.

Initially available in Metro Manila, Happy Plus Card lets users to load the card and use it as payment on every transactions in Jollibee and its sister companies Chowking, Greenwich, Red Ribbon and Mang Inasal. Every Php50 transaction earns one Happy Point which in turn can be used to claim free meals. One Happy Point equals Php1.

Powered by an NFC (near-field communication) chip and backed by BPI, Happy Plus Card is the first-of-its-kind system in the fastfood industry.

The Happy Plus Card kit can be purchased at any Jollibee, Chowking, Greenwich, Red Ribbon and Mang Inasal stores in Metro Manila for Php100.

Upon purchase, register your Happy Plus Card online for a chance to win of up to P 100,000 every month! The more you reload, the more raffle entries you get.

And because Happy Plus Card also works like a debit card, you no longer have to wait for your change whenever you transact at the participating stores. No need for cash. Just tap the Happy Plus Card to pay for your food. When you run out of load, simply reload your card.

Last modified: March 18, 2012

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