What payment methods do you accept?
We accept a wide-range of payment options. You may choose the payment method that works best for you from the options below:

Credit/Debit Card (MasterCard, Visa, JCB, American Express)
BDO Installment
HSBC Installment
RCBC Installment
Robinsons Bank Installment
BPI Real 0% Installment
Metrobank Installment
Cash on Delivery (C.O.D.)

* Payment methods accepted by DragonPay:

Credit Cards:

Currently Supported Online Banks:
BDO Internet Banking
BPI Online/Mobile
Chinabank Online
EastWest Bank
Landbank ATM Online
Maybank Online Banking
PSBank Online
RCBC Online Banking
Robinsons Bank Online Bills Payment
Unionbank Internet Banking
UCPB Connect

Currently Supported Over-the-Counter/ATM Banking:
AUB Online Cash Payment
BDO Cash Payment
BDO Network Bank Cash Dep
BPI Bills Payment
Chinabank ATM Cash Payment
EastWest Online/Cash Payment
i2i Rural Banks
Landbank Cash Payment
PNB Internet Banking Bills Payment
PNB CashPayment
RCBC Cash Payment
RobinsonsBank Cash Payment
Security Bank Cash Payment
Unionbank Cash Payment
UCPB ATM Cash Payment

Currently Supported Non-banking Payment Channels:
Bayad Center
Cebuana Lhuillier
ECPay (Pawnshops, Payment Centers)
M. Lhuillier
Palawan Pawnshop
RD Pawnshop
RuralNet Banks and Coops
SM Department Stores/SM Supermarket/Savemore

Dragonpay Prepaid Credits

For a more complete listing on the types of payment methods accepted through DragonPay, you should see the full list during the checkout process and in particular, once you are connected to the DragonPay Payment window.


Some payment options may not be available at times due to system upgrades/ maintenance. Should this be the case, you may choose another payment method that suits you.

A service charge might be incurred for over-the-counter deposits depending on your preferred bank. A processing fee is also required for online fund transfers. Rates depend on your chosen bank. So please check before you proceed with your online fund transfer transaction. Also, please note that an additional processing time may be needed for over-the-counter transactions as some banks can only reflect the payments on the following Monday.