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August 20, 2018updated 24 Jan 2022 7:57am

Mastercard, Philippine’s PNB introduce Mabuhay Miles debit card

Mastercard and Philippine National Bank (PNB) have launched the new PNB-Philippine Airlines (PAL) Mabuhay Miles Debit card.

Cardholders will be able to earn reward points on shopping and dining spend. Customers can redeem these points from Mabuhay Miles frequent flyer programme of Philippine Airlines.

Users of the Mabuhay Miles Debit Mastercard will also get a 5% discount on certain PAL international flights while booking on the Philippine Airlines’ website.

Furthermore, the debit card features Mastercard’s contactless technology which facilitates easy ‘tap-and-pay’ transactions. It also enables cash withdrawal and online tracking of spends.

Customers can avail the card at all domestic and international merchants accepting Mastercard. The embedded advanced chip technology will deliver secure transactions and protection against fraud.

The Mabuhay Miles debit card is available in two variants- PNB-PAL Mabuhay Miles Debit Mastercard and Priority One Debit Mastercard. These products vary in the type of rewards offered.

With the PNB-PAL Mabuhay Miles Debit Mastercard, customers can earn one point for every PAL purchase of PHP150 ($2.81) and every non-PAL transaction of P250 ($4.68).

This variant offers 500 free Mabuhay Miles if the card is used for PAL purchase three months after issuance.

The PNB-PAL Mabuhay Miles Priority One Debit Mastercard comes with one point for every PAL purchase of P100 ($1.87) and non-PAL purchase of P200 ($3.74). It offers 1000 free miles.

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