BPI rolls out Netflix rewards

The launch of Season 3 of the Netflix Original Series Stranger Things has sent Netflix users abuzz – within four days of its release, over 40 million accounts have already watched at least one episode of the series.

BPI rolls out Netflix rewards

Filipino binge-watchers are in for a treat as Netflix and Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) recently announced a pioneering credit card rewards program partnership in Southeast Asia.

“We wanted to give back to our cardholders by giving them more value for their spending. Adding to the many benefits that come with their BPI Credit Card, this allows them to enjoy a high-value reward such as a Netflix subscription,” said Jenny Lacerna, BPI Unsecured Lending and Cards - Product and Sales Group Head.

Krishnan Rajagopalan, Director of Payments for Asia Pacific for Netflix, said BPI is the first bank partner in Southeast Asia to offer Netflix as a reward to their cardholders.

“We are delighted to announce this partnership with BPI to bring more convenience and joy to our

Filipino fans. By paying through their BPI Credit Card, more Filipinos can enjoy our amazing library of TV series, documentaries, and feature films. They can do so at anytime, anywhere, and on any internet-connected screen, whether they stream it or download to view later, and all without commercials or commitments,” said Rajagopalan.

If you are a BPI cardholder, Netflix monthly subscriptions can now be enjoyed as a reward for frequent card usage. All you have to do is to register to the promo by texting BPIUNLOCK <space> 16-digit Customer number to 2256.

Once successfully registered, you can start shopping with your BPI Card for a minimum single-receipt purchase of only P2,000 to get a key to unlock your Netflix Rebate.

Every 5 keys will unlock a Netflix Rebate equivalent to a one-month basic monthly subscription plan, and BPI Cardholders can unlock up to six months of Netflix access.

BPI rolls out Netflix rewards

This exciting promo will run until October 31, 2019.

Topics: Netflix Original Series , Stranger Things , Bank of the Philippine Islands , Jenny Lacerna , Krishnan Rajagopalan
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