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How To Load Your Beep Card Online in 5 Ways

How To Load Your Beep Card Online in 5 Ways

Filipinos use beep cards in their daily transportation or in retail stores that accept them as a mode of payment. Usually, people in a rush ride MRT and LRT trains regularly have them to avoid lining up now and then. Thanks to technological advancement, you now have the most convenient option to beat the daily rush and gas up your card even in your home’s comfort.

How much is a beep card?

As of today, one beep™ card costs ₱30 inside the 33 MRT and LRT train stations and is sold ₱130 in merchants outside. Standard beep cards can be used by anyone who’s holding the card. See where else you can use your beep card here.

With that, let us save you from the hassle of queuing with this complete guide on loading your Beep card online.

Five Ways to Load Your Beep Card Online

Beep App & Gcash

Aside from checking your available balance on the Beep App, you can also reload your card with just a few quick steps.

  1. Open your Beep App and register your card through the 16-digit number on your card’s back. You can register up to five beep cards under the same name.
  2. Once done, click the main menu, then the ‘Buy beep Load‘ button.
  3. Tap the registered card that you want to load.
  4. Enter the amount or choose from the denominations available. This transaction has a 3% processing fee.
  5. Click ‘continue‘. It will then redirect you to choose your mode of payment (Maya, GCash, ShopeePay, or through a debit/credit card).
  6. If you choose GCash, enter your number and the One-Time Pin (OTP).
  7. Your load won’t reflect instantly since beep is an offline stored value card, so you have to tap your card in any beep e-load station to update the balance.

ShopeePay

For this one, you must load your ShopeePay first because it will be the only payment option to load your beep card.

Load your beep card through shopeepay.
  1. Open the Shopee app and go to ‘Load, Bills & Travel‘. Scroll down and under ‘Travel‘, select ‘BEEP CARD‘, then enter the 16-digit number at the back of your card.
  2. Select any available denominations: ₱20, ₱50, ₱100, ₱200, ₱300, ₱500, and ₱1,000. Every top-up has a ₱5 convenience fee.
  3. Tap the ‘Check out‘ button and select ShopeePay as the payment option. Click Pay.
  4. Input your ShopeePay pin.
  5. Tap your Beep card at any e-Load station to update your balance.

Maya

Aside from the Beep App, you can also reload through the Maya app itself.

Load your beep card through the maya app.
  1. Log in to Maya and tap ‘Load‘.
  2. Scroll sideways and click ‘Transport‘. Choose ‘Beep‘.
  3. Select any available load packages ₱105, ₱255, and ₱505. Every transaction has a ₱5 convenience fee.
  4. Enter the 16-digit card number at the back of your card and click ‘Continue‘.
  5. Wait for your purchase’s confirmation.
  6. Tap your Beep card at any e-Load station to update your balance.

BPI Mobile App

Convenience is at its finest, especially for those who opted for digital banking. BPI account holders now have the option to load their beep cards through the BPI App. Find out how in these easy steps:

Load your beep card through the BPI mobile app.
  1. Log in to the BPI Mobile app and go to Payments/Load. Select ‘Load E-Wallet’.
  2. Fill out the details (the 16-digit number is at the back of your card) and select an e-wallet partner.
  3. After confirming your transaction details, click ‘Confirm‘. This transaction charges ₱10 for the convenience fee.
  4. Enter the one-time pin (OTP), then select ‘Submit‘.
  5. Tap your Beep card at any e-Load station to update your balance.

For more options, visit the beep™ website.

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