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Go cashless with GoSAKTO90

Cashless shopping just got extra fun with free P50 from GCash, which is endorsed by Alex Gonzaga, when you load GoSAKTO90. 

Go cashless with GoSAKTO90
Alex Gonzaga with GCash officers 
Subscribe to GoSAKTO90 and get P50 QR voucher that you can use in more than 50,000 GCash partner merchants for all your needs, whether it’s grocery, medicines or personal shopping.

Is the weather making you want to take refuge in a quiet café and enjoy a cup of hot choco or barako brew? Then take a corner seat at Figaro, where you can use your QR voucher, and relish some me-time.

Care for some pampering? Flawless has a menu of services to make you feel brand new. Use your P50 voucher for a discount on facial treatments and come out looking picture-ready. Great Image can capture that perfect glow, and the good thing is, you can use your GCash voucher here, too. 

To get your free P50 QR voucher, just purchase GoSAKTO90 from GCash or any loading channels, and you will receive a prompt from 8080. Reply “GOSAKTO90 GCASH” to choose the GCash freebie and claim your voucher on the voucher pocket of the GCash App. Use your P50 QR voucher within 14 days, and keep loading GoSAKTO90 to stock up on freebies. You can also get 5 percent rebate every time you buy load using your GCash app. You can do this every week.

For non-GCash subscriber, download the GCash app, register, and find the voucher on the voucher pocket. GoSAKTO90 + Free P50 Voucher can also be accessed by dialing *143# and selecting GoSAKT090 or by texting GOSAKTO90 to 8080. 

This is open to all Globe Prepaid and TM subscribers. The P50 freebie is also available when you subscribe to GoSAKTO120 and up or GoSURF/EasySURF299 and up. For more updates and promos, go https://www.gcash.com/promos/.

Topics: cashless shopping , GCash , Alex Gonzaga , GoSAKTO90
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