Friday, October 18, 2019

UNIQLO at Ayala Capitol Central Bacolod Opens Today, October 18

Our favorite Japanese global apparel retailer, UNIQLO is opening its 60th store in the Philippines and it will be the 2nd branch in Bacolod. It is located on the ground floor of the Ayala Malls Capitol Central near the main entrance of the mall. 

The new store will showcase the complete line up of Uniqlo Lifewear including 2019 Fall/ Winter collection featuring new and on-trend styles for the cold season; and essentials such as U Crew Neck t-shirts, EZY jeans, ankle pants, DRY-EX, our favorite Airism and loungewear collections. 

Starting today (October 18) until Thursday (October 24), Negrenses can enjoy exclusive limited offers on U Crew Neck T-Shirts, Mickey Stands Graphic S/S T-Shirt, EZY Ankle Pants and a whole lot more. 

(Stay tuned for updates with awesome finds later today. Make sure to follow us on Facebook,  

Customers can also get a limited edition UNIQLO U Packable Bag with a minimum purchase of Php 2,500 plus FREE Starbucks drink upgrade. 

For more updates, don't forget to download the UNIQLO Mobile App and get Php 100 voucher as a welcome gift. :) 

P.S. If you are taking Grab to go to UNIQLO Ayala Capitol Central  - use code AYALAMASSKARA to get Php 50 off. Offer is valid from October 18-20. :) 

Wednesday, September 25, 2019

Tunog Transcom Tayo is now on its 2nd year

Transcom Worldwide Philippines offered its employees a world-class Musicfest dubbed as Tunog Transcom Tayo. Now in its second year, the event was conducted in three different venues to allow employees from Transcom's different sites all over the country to take part in the celebration. 

For Bacolod, Tunog Transcom Tayo was held at the SMX Convention Center last September 22. The event was graced by live performances from popular bands such as Ebe Dancel, Mayonnaise and This Band. 

The "Batang 90s" enjoyed old-time favorites such as Hari ng Sablay, Ipagtawad mo, and Laklak while the millennials had a blast with This Band's performance featuring songs such as Kahit Ayaw Mo Na and Di Na Babalik

It was indeed a night of fun and entertainment exclusive to Transcom employees and their family and friends. According to Mark Lyndsell, Transcom's CEO for Global English Region, "As we have been transforming our business in the recent years, creating a positive culture where our folks can express themselves has been and continues to be a key focus. Tunog Transcom Tayo, our annual MusicFest, is just one building block in the foundation that is Transcom Tayo and sits alongside our annual CSR activities, our support for the LGBTQ community, and our HIV and AIDS awareness campaign." 

Aside from the live performances, the event also included the finals of the Viral Voice competition. It is a Karaoke-inspired signing contest which is open to all Transcom employees. Paulo Malijan was hailed as the Viral Voice's champion where he bagged Php 20,000 cash, a trophy, and other prizes. 

Other finalists include Joebert Olarte (1st runner-up) Romelyn Sumaya (2nd runner up) and Wendele Cadagat (3rd runner-up.)

The event was sponsored by Seda Hotel, Caronia, Jergens, and Liese. 


As a former Transcom and BPO employee, we truly appreciate events like this because it gives us the opportunity to unwind and have fun with our friends and families. 

Working in a call center is not easy but having a positive culture in the workplace gets the job done while allowing ourselves to grow personally and professionally. If you are thinking of joining the BPO industry, here are some great perks and benefits that you can consider. 

Aside from the competitive pay and usual benefits, they also provide: 
  • Childcare Services
  • Scholarship Programs
  • In-house Pharmacy
  • Retirement Benefits and Mutual Funds
  • Free Meals
  • Post-paid Mobile Plan
  • Medical Benefits 
Be a part of this amazing company. You may send your application through their FB page: or you may visit their site at Transcom Building 1, Old Lopue's South Sq., Araneta St., Brgy. Tangub, Bacolod City.

Tuesday, September 24, 2019

5 Easy Steps to Invest in Your Health

The question of investing in your health may seem like a no-brainer for many— after all, who doesn't want to be healthy? But the reality is that you might not be doing as much for your own health as you think you have been. The Philippine Statistics Authority reports that Filipinos' out-of-pocket health expenditures are on the rise, hitting Php 372.8 billion in 2017. In order to avoid falling into the trap of spending too much on hospitalization fees, it's important to keep on top of your health. Here are some ways to do that below.

Eat Healthier

The Asian Diabetes Prevention Initiative says that 60% of diabetics living in Asia, and without further lifestyle changes that number may soon be on the rise. Diabetes isn't the only disease related to diet: depending on what you eat, you may be at risk for obesity, cardiovascular disease, cancer, dental disease, and osteoporosis. In order to avoid these, the best thing to do is to be more mindful of what you eat. Maintaining a healthy diet reduces your risk for these diseases and more, and keeps you healthier overall.

Exercise More

The benefits of exercise have been discussed at length, but the surprising fact is that Filipinos don't seem to get much of it at all. The Sun Life Financial Asia Health Index found that 6 out of 10 of mid-income Filipinos don't exercise regularly, citing lack of time as one of the main reasons. Exercise can help increase your bone and muscle mass, reduce your chances of obesity, and increase your endorphins. It's important to get into the habit while you're young, so make the time now and hit the gym as soon as you can.

Sleep Longer

According to the 2016 Healthy Living Index Survey, 46% of Filipinos lack sleep. This makes the Philippines among one of the most sleep-deprived in the region. Getting enough hours of sleep is about more than just comfort: healthy sleeping habits lead to better concentration and productivity, a reduced chance of obesity, and a reduced chance of depression. So make sure you get those hours in!

Get Checked More Often

Another way to keep on top of your own health is to make sure that you're seeing the right professionals. Getting regular check-ups increases the chances of early detection, meaning that you can nip diseases in the bud with early and proper treatment. Your doctor can also provide you with a better nutrition or exercise plan, one that's tailored to your state of health. While the added costs of regular check-ups may seem like a hassle, you'll find that they'll pay off in the long run.

Invest in Health Insurance

Finally, one of the best ways to invest in your health is to simply invest in health insurance. Even with the best preparations, accidents or sudden illnesses can still happen, and when they do it's best to be prepared. If you aren't sure where or how to start, Paramount Direct has a guide on how to pick the best health insurance for young professionals. It's a comprehensive look at the common questions you might have about health insurance, as well as information about pricing and coverage.
For more tips on living healthy, check out the Health tag on My Metro Lifestyle

Monday, September 16, 2019

Discover what’s standing between you and your success in preventing hair loss

There comes a time in your life that you have to stand up and say, “Enough is enough.” And that’s the day when you decide to change your life for the better. Who doesn’t want to become accomplished? Even the “gifted” and brilliant ones have to pay the price so as to realize their goals in life.

When we fail to eat on time, get enough exercise or sleep between seven to nine hours a day, we’re compromising our health and wellness as we reduce the maximum extent that our body must function. Consequently, the effects in our body may extend and manifest as early warning signs of hair loss.

Take it from celebrity beauty and salon expert Fanny “TF” Serrano, who once personally experienced such an ordeal. For him, avoiding harsh synthetic solutions and choosing to use the right products with natural ingredients is a must and still the best way to deal with mane problems like losing or thinning of the hair. 

With this in mind, embracing natural healthy lifestyle is so important to achieve optimal health, best physical condition and healthy full head of hair. Health products made out of natural ingredients are way effective for better healing and maintaining our body’s lifelong function than those of synthetic ones. Rather than investing in those branded shampoos or other hair treatments, there’s a natural way to help arrest hair loss and help remedy its four early symptoms, namely, excessive hair shedding, thinning hair, receding hairline, and bald patches. This is none other than NOVUHAIR, nature’s answer to hair loss.

Watch this video of Abby Asistio

By the way, here’s a special promo exclusive at all participating Watsons stores nationwide.

For every purchase of NOVUHAIR 3-in-1 pack at P5,280, you’ll get one 200ml. bottle of NOVUHAIR Herbal Shampoo worth P1,100 for FREE! That’s 21% savings! 
The suggested retail price of NOVUHAIR 3-in-1 pack is P5,280.

Check out more details via this link or visit their website,

Monday, September 2, 2019

Do you want to be a World Gratitude Ambassador?

Do you consider yourself a grateful person? 

Do you want to inspire more people to adopt the attitude of gratitude?

We have always believed that GRATITUDE is a way of life and the key to happiness. Thus, a global movement on GRATITUDE will kick off on September 21, 2019, during the World Gratitude Day. It aims to inspire and encourage individuals to start adopting the attitude of gratitude.

As part of the initiative, the search is now on for GRATITUDE AMBASSADORS all over the world who's willing to:
  • Adopt the attitude of Gratitude in your personal and professional lives
  • Actively share the message of gratitude in your social media accounts and email newsletters
  • Invite family and friends to join the WORLD GRATITUDE SUMMIT
  • Inspire others to be more grateful through your examples.

As a GRATITUDE AMBASSADOR, selected individuals will be eligible for the following:

  • Recognition and title of World Gratitude Ambassador (for your country/state) - We will be sending an official poster/ badge that you can use.
  • VIP Access to the World Gratitude Summit (online summit)
  • Be part of the exclusive FB group of Gratitude Ambassadors
  • Opportunity to earn through affiliates

This is open to any age, race, and occupation. If you are interested, you may send your application via this

The WORLD GRATITUDE SUMMIT which is an online summit will be happening on October 19, 2019. Some of the confirmed speakers during the WORLD GRATITUDE SUMMIT are:

1. Jack Canfield
2. Dr. John Demartini
3. Joy and Kim of The Grateful Box
4. Margie Warrell - Bestselling author of Find Your Courage
5. Georgian Benta of The Gratitude Podcast
6. Pritesh Sankhe of the Gratitude app
7. Pam Grout - NY Times bestselling author of E-Squared and Thank and Grow Rich
8. Shaen Yeo - Happiness Scientist
9. Lisa Ryans - Bestselling author and award-winning speaker
10. Dr. Peggy De Long - The Gratitude Bracelet
11. Bavani Periasamy
12. Jason Evert
and so on.

So, what are you waiting for? Deadline of application is on September 5, 2019.
Apply via this link:

Wednesday, August 28, 2019

Is the Government Complaint Hotline 8888 really working?

The National Citizen's Complaints Hotline, also known as Hotline 8888 was launched last August 1, 2016. One will be able to access them via email or call using their home and mobile phones. It is free of charge for PLDT and Smart/ Sun subscribers while there is a Php 5 charge for Globe subscribers. Since I am a Globe subscriber and do not want to incur additional charges, I opted to contact them via email at

If you are wondering if our complaints against the government have finally stopped from falling on deaf ears, let me share with you a personal experience with the Citizen's Complaints Hotline. 

This is not the first time I had encountered problems with Philpost or the Philippine Postal Service. In 2015, a friend from the US sent me an audio CD. I paid Php 100 for "taxes" but was surprised that my parcel was actually empty. My friend told me that she is 100% sure that she was able to send them but it has simply gone into thin air just like magic. I tried to raise my concern but they said they could not answer me. 

Early last year, I signed up but with Procter and Gamble's Everyday Me program - a sampling site for the latest P&G products. I was lucky to get some samples but most of the time the samples that they send do not reach me, I contacted customer support and was told that it was shipped via our local post office and we can simply get in touch with them to follow-up. I called my local post office and said they would check. Tried this multiple times but I just got tired and never got them. I simply gave up. 

Then, last July 22. AIP sent me GCs as a reward for participating in their surveys and to my dismay. It was not delivered to me again. It was sent last July 22 and should be delivered in 1-2 weeks. After the second week of waiting, I called our local post office and asked for the status. I provided them my reference number (since this is a registered mail) but they said they have no record of it. I was advised to call again when the delivery man is in the office to check the status only to be told that they do not have a record of it. I was advised to call back again after a few days to check if this mail has been forwarded to them. After multiple calls (more than 20), I was informed that nothing was forwarded to them and I need to check with the sender or the post office where the mail was sent. 

Since my mail was from Cebu and it would be really hard to follow-up with them, I decided to ask help from Hotline 8888. 

Here is the timeline of what happened: 

10.03.16 - I sent an email to Contact Center ng Bayan asking for their help. 
10.04.16 - They acknowledged my email and gave me a reference number. 

11.10.16 - I received an email from the Cebu Central Post Office asking for more details about my complaint. 
I had a series of email exchanges with Cebu PO. I was informed that my concern will be forwarded to a different post office in Cebu where my mail was processed. Honestly, by this time, I have lost interest in my missing parcel. It was not really that valuable that I can just let it go. Though inside of me, I feel that it is our right to have decent postal service in the country. With the rising age of e-commerce, it is about time that we have a reliable and trusted postal service from the government. 

12.29.16 - I was surprised to get an email with a very long attachment. As you can see, it has been 3 months since I sent my initial complaint. I thought they have forgotten about my complaint or my concern was never forwarded to the other post office. 

But I was wrong. During these times that I did not hear from them, I am so happy to say that my/ our government is working. Here are the other things that happened:

11.14.16 - This is the last day of my email exchange with the Cebu Central Post Office and Mr. Potian immediately sent a letter to Mandaue Central Post Office regarding my concern and sent them all the information that I have provided to them. 

11.17.16 - Mandaue PO sent an email that this has been forwarded to Bacolod PO and they provided waybill number and other proof that it was indeed forwarded to my local post office. 

11.29.16 - Civil Service Commission wrote to the Acting Postal Area Director regarding my complaint to follow-up and to ask them to act on this matter and requesting for feedback in 5 days after receipt. 

12.01.16 - A report to the Department Manager for Central and Eastern Visayas regarding my complaint including the results of their investigation was submitted. 

12.28.16 - A certification was issued about the status of my lost mail which I can use once I go to Bacolod PO. I need this because for the longest time they have been telling me that no mail reached them. 

12.29.16 - I receive all these updates about my complaint. 

- case closed - 

It may take a lot of time to get a resolution but I am glad someone is acting on these complaints no matter how small or big it is. After a few days, I was notified by the sender that they got a returned mail and that they would resend my missing mail.  

Coincidence? I do not think so. I think they have to do something about my missing mail because finally, the government has stopped being blind and deaf on all of these inefficiencies and complaints from ordinary citizens. These irregularities are no longer tolerated and it is about time that we are all treated as first-class Filipinos. 

So, if you think you have issues or suggestions, don't hesitate to contact hotline 8888. They are very helpful and they are really working. 

Do you have similar stories? Please feel free to share below. :) 

Where can I apply for online jobs aside from Upwork?

If you have been following my blog, then you might be aware that one of my personal advocacies is to promote freelancing and working from home opportunities especially in areas where there are limited employment opportunities are available. This is also the same reason why we started the Negros Online Workers here in Bacolod.

Anyway, let me share with you one of the newest freelancing platforms which I really love.  

In fact, we consider this as one of the best yet unsaturated markets for online workers. 

How does it work? 

FreeeUp helps thousands of businesses from all over the world hire top talent for their business projects. As a freelancer, you can offer over 85 different skill sets at the hourly or fixed rate that you set yourself.

The most in-demand skills are as follows: 
  • Ecommerce 
  • Amazon and Shopify
  • SEO
  • Facebook Ads
  • Graphic Design
  • Video Editing
  • Sales & Marketing
  • Web Development and Design
  • Content Writing and Copywriting 
  • Accounting
  • Chatbot Creation and Management
  • Customer Service
  • Social Media Management
  • Product Sourcing and Product Listing

Here are the top 3 reasons why you should join FreeeUp as a freelancer: 

1. Above-Industry Rates - You get to find high-paying clients in FreeeUp. The platform takes pride in providing high-quality service where only the top 1% of virtual professionals are accepted. Given this promise, clients are willing to pay a premium to get top-notch service. 

2. No Service Fee - Yes, you read that right. Unlike other platforms, FreeeUp does not charge and extra 10-20% service fee. If you are wondering how do they earn if they do not charge a service fee, they bill the clients an additional amount on top the rate that you specified. In this way, it is the clients who shoulder the extra charges and not the freelancer. 

3. Excellent Support Team - The FreeeUp team is readily available to assist you should you have any concerns or questions. They are available to chat via email, skype, and WhatsApp. You can even reach out directly to the owners, Nathan and Connor if you have any concerns. 

So, the big question is ---- how to start?

1. Create a FreeeUp account via this link: 

2. Choose "Apply as a Freelancer" and fill out the form. 

**You can also write my name, Ma. Clarice Lao, as your referrer.

3. Wait for the results of your application. If you pass the initial screening, you will be scheduled for an interview which will be conducted via Skype chat. 

Click here to view the full hiring process.


1. Mention the jobs and projects that you have completed including all the certifications that you have. Be specific. 

2. Include the link to your portfolio and sample work 

So, what are you waiting for? Be part of the Top 1% of the freelancers worldwide and start growing your VA and freelancing business. Sign-up today via this link:  

Do you have any questions, message us at

Tuesday, August 13, 2019

Why Freelancers Need to Start a Blog?

Here are TOP 4 reasons why freelancers or online workers should start a blog: 

1. INCOME - You can earn from blogging through sponsored posts, ads like Google Adsense, and affiliate marketing. 

2. INDUSTRY - It gives you a better insight into the blogging industry. From there you can be creative on what services you can offer as a Virtual Assistant. Currently, I handle reader engagement for an Australian client who's a blogger. I got accepted because I told them I also have a blog and I am familiar and knowledgeable of what they need because I personally do it for my own blog. 

3. PORTFOLIO - If you want to add content writing to your list of services, then your own blog is the perfect portfolio for you to showcase your skill and writing style. When applying for writing jobs, I simply send them the link to my blog.

4. EXPERIENCE AND PRACTICE - Not yet an expert? Blogging is a multi-faceted activity. It is the perfect place for you to practice not just your writing skills but also your SEO, social media marketing, graphic design and a lot more. It's the best hands-on experience you can ever have to improve your craft. :)

How about you? Can you share what other reasons why freelancers should have a blog? 

Monday, August 12, 2019

The Downside of Freelancing - Are you Guilty?

I love working at home. If you have been following my blog, you may have read my story on why we took the leap from the corporate world to freelancing. However, despite the good things and perks of working at home, one cannot deny that there is also a downside to our story. 

One of the common health problems of freelancers is brought about by our sedentary life. Without the need of a daily commute, one may just jump out of his/her bed and directly to his/her workstation. Exercise may easily be neglected where walking has been very minimal.

Aside from the lack of exercise, having a regular and healthy diet has been challenging. With no fixed schedule, skipping meals then binge on snacks after the shift has been a part of many freelancers' daily routine. 

And guess what? I am 100% guilty. 

After getting sick and realizing that health is indeed wealth. One must never too busy for a healthy lifestyle. We should never forget that our body needs regular exercise and a balanced diet. After all, it takes time and commitment to stay healthy. Here are some tips on how we can have a healthier life as freelancers. 

1. Exercise for at least 10 minutes a day - Ten minutes of push-ups, squats and lunges a day can help. Consistency is very important so do it on a daily basis. 

2. Eat small meals - Instead of skipping meals, try to eat five (5) small meals divided throughout the day. 

3. Have healthier food choices - Eat more fruits and vegetables. Replace processed white bread and pasta for whole wheat bread to increase fiber intake. 

4. Get more dietary fiber daily - As recommended by the Philippine Food and Nutrition Research Institute, adults need 20-25 grams of dietary fiber daily. Since I have very limited access to fiber-rich food, we can also take dietary fiber supplements. 

So, no matter how comfortable we are at home, don't forget to choose a healthier lifestyle. 

BPI opens biggest flagship branch in Northern Metro Manila

BPI marks its 168th anniversary with the opening of its biggest flagship branch in Northern Metro Manila. 

From left, BPI COO Ramon Jocson, BPI President and CEO Cezar Consing, Head of Sales and Service Channels An-an King and Division Head for Northern Metro Manila Branches Rally Jereza. 

The Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) today formally opened its biggest flagship branch in Norther Metro Manila to date—the BPI Shangrila-Shaw branch and Preferred Center in Mandaluyong City, as it marks 168 years of building a better Philippines.

The new flagship branch follows the design of BPI’s other flagship branches in Ayala Insular and Makati Stock Exchange. BPI Shangri-la Shaw showcases the most modern and innovative designs that will complement the Bank’s aim to provide trusted financial advice, and seamless and convenient client experience. “This new flagship branch, like similar ones in Metro Manila, represents how technology and brick and mortar can be combined to enhance the customer experience. Today’s Filipino customer wants and deserves more, and a modern branch like this one is one way that we can respond,” said President and CEO Cezar P. Consing. 

Shangri-la Plaza is a prime spot located in the heart of Mandaluyong and Ortigas, which is why it was chosen as the location of Northern Metro Manila’s first and biggest flagship branch. Mandaluyong and Ortigas are two of the biggest central business districts in the country. The St. Francis Shaw branch was relocated and named BPI Shangri-la Shaw when the site of the old branch was sold to Shangri-la. The branch is the first in Metro Manila to stay open seven days a week, from Mondays to Sundays. Enhanced customer experience BPI Shangri-la Shaw houses the first multi-purpose Preferred Center, a venue for client engagement activities with facilities that enhance experience and deliver convenience and value to clients. 

With this latest branch feature, BPI reinforces its commitment to enhance overall customer experience, both online and offline by providing easy access to relevant financial solutions for every Filipino. “The two-floor multi-purpose events venue located in the branch’s Preferred Center is what makes BPI Shangri-la Shaw unique compared to the other flagship branches,” said Rally Jereza, Division Head for Northern Metro Manila Branches. 

In line with its digitalization efforts, BPI also added an interactive self-service screen in the new branch. A large video wall also displays informational videos for clients. “Digitalization is about enhancing the client experience. This requires that we make the experience of our clients seamless as they move from physical branches to our digital channels, such as the mobile app and website. Our digital transformation journey allows for an omni-channel experience, with clients being able to start a transaction in one channel, and complete it in another,” explained Jereza.

As for the overall branch design, the Bank drew inspiration from the map of the Philippines. The irregularly shaped ottoman seats at the center of the room represent the Philippine archipelago. The swirling lights in the ceiling evoke images of the Philippine climate and the ever-changing winds that sweep over the country. BPI hopes to build a better Philippines by providing easy and convenient access to relevant financial and enhance the overall customer experience in both online and offline channels.

Wednesday, August 7, 2019

Reminders to all Online Workers and Freelancers

Some realizations about life, work, and sickness. :)

  • Do not overwork yourself. Health is wealth. The money that you worked for will just go down the drain once you get hospitalized.
  • Get enough sleep. Lack of sleep weakens your immune system. If you have a weak immune system, everything else follows.
  • Have PHILHEALTH coverage, it helps with the hospital bills. If you can get an HMO, then it's much better.
  • Inform your client, let them know your situation. They will understand. 
  • Be prompt with your tasks, make sure you don't have backlogs. So that in cases that you have a bit of "downtime," it's still manageable.
  • Lastly, build your passive income streams. Find a way to earn even if you're not really "working." There are a lot of options such as financial investments, affiliate marketing, blogging, etc.

Wednesday, July 31, 2019

Surprising Perks for Senior Citizens in Bacolod

Getting old isn't really so bad. One of the best perks when you reach dual citizenship (a.k.a. Senior Citizen) is that you get special discounts and privileges. 

Some of the law-mandated and government-initiated privileges include: 

  • Discounts and VAT Exemptions on medicines, medical tests and procedures, medical supplies and equipment, food and basic commodities, hotels and transportation fees, recreation centers and in places of leisure such as cinemas, parks, museums, etc. 
  • Automatic PHILHEALTH coverage under the Senior Citizen Category
  • Exemption from paying terminal fees at all ports owned and operated by the Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) nationwide. 
  • Priority lanes in government offices and commercial establishments
  • Free dental and medical services in government facilities
But that's not all --- In Bacolod City, senior citizens get extra privileges aside from the ones mandated by law. Some of which are: 

1. Lopues Centre - 10% discount on selected dry goods. We were able to try in at Lopues East only and I have yet to verify if it is the same in other branches. 

2. Ayala Capitol Central Cinema - Free movie every Monday during its first screening. Make sure to just present your Senior Citizen ID issued by the City of Bacolod. Other SC cards issued from another city are not honored. Only 20% discount will apply. 

Source: Ayala Malls Capitol Central FB Page

3. Azta Urban Salon, Ayala Capitol - 20% discount on all services

Source: Azta Urban Salon FB Page
** If you visit on a Monday (perhaps, after watching a movie) for only Php 200, you can get a haircut and a FREE Loreal Hair Spa. The FREE hair spa offer is valid until August 15, 2019.

4. Waxcuvado Salon, Ayala Capitol  - 20% discount on all services

You can read more about their services, here

Do you know any other special privileges available for Senior Citizens? Feel free to comment below or send us a message at so, that we can add it in this post. 

Tuesday, July 30, 2019

Free Mcdo Regular Fries and Solo Big Mac for Samsung Users

If you are an owner of a Samsung Galaxy S10e | S10 | S10+, Note9, A30, A50, and A20 then you're in for a treat! 

Get FREE Regular Fries every Friday and FREE Big Mac every Payday via the Samsung Members app.

How to redeem:
1. Visit any McDonald's branch near you.
2. Tap on 'Redeem' button at the counter upon payment. 
3. Show your Samsung Galaxy phone with Samsung Members voucher code to the merchant to redeem the reward.
4. Staff will verify and record the redemption code.

** The FREE regular fries promo is valid until October 18, 2019 while the Big Mac promo is valid until September 15, 2019. 

Important Reminders: 

1. Customers can redeem their McDonald's treats at participating McDonald's stores (except McDonald's Boracay stores, NAIA Terminal 3, and KidZania).
2. Promo is valid for front counter Dine-in and Take-out orders only. Dessert Centers, Drive-thru, and McDelivery are not included.
3. One (1) McDonald's treat code is equivalent to one (1) free McDonald's treat. The McDonald's treats code may only be used once and cannot be reissued.
4. Customers can only redeem a maximum of three (3) free McDonald's treat per transaction, per store visit, per day.

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