How to reload your Beep Card online

Here's the best way to reload. No NFC phone needed!

Here are quick ways on how to reload your Beep Card online.

Beep Card in table

Launched in 2015 as a new contactless card payments system, it became the primary transportation method for Metro Manila train lines (LRT-1, LRT-2, and MRT-3), as well as secondary payments for other transportation modes (P2P buses, e-Trikes in Intramuros, Manila) and retail establishments (including, but not limited to, Wendy’s, FamilyMart, Robinsons Movieworld).

Beep has also been expanded in use and is now used in schools, such as in St. Jude Catholic School. They are the first to allow its faculty, staff and Grades 6 to 12 students to purchase cash-free from merchants inside the campus and avail student discounts in PUVs accepting beep cards. We’re detailing various ways on how you can reload your beep card online:

Reload Online via Credit/Debit Card, GCash, or Bank Transfer

The new online payment method was reportedly launched last year, but it never gained traction. We found out a simple way to reload your beep card at the comforts of your home. These are very easy:

Step 1: Log on to JustPayments online through this link.

Step 2: Indicate your 16-digit beep card number, and the amount and payment method you desire for the transaction.

Step 3: Choose your payment options. You can pay with tons of payment options, with corresponding additional fees:

 System FeeProcessing FeeBank/Counter Fee
Credit CardPhp 103.75%N/A
Debit CardPhp 103.75%N/A
Prepaid Credit Card
(Yazz, EON, etc)
Php 103.75%N/A
JPT Cash CardPhp 10FREEN/A
Bank TransferPhp 10 (charged to recepient)N/APhp 10 (charged to recepient)
ATM BankingPhp 10 (charged to recepient)2%N/A
Online BankingPhp 10 (charged to recepient)N/APhp 10 (charged to recepient)
Over the Counter:
Bank Deposit
(Cash/Check)
Php 10 (charged to recepient)N/APhp 10 (charged to recepient)
Over the Counter:
Bayad Center
Cebuana Lhuillier
LBC
M Lhuiller
Palawan Express
RD Express
Robinsons
SM Bills
Truemoney
Western Union
Php 10N/APhp 20 (minimum)
Over the Counter:
ECPAY
Php 10N/APhp 10
Digital Wallet
(Alipay, GrabPay, GCash, Paymaya, PayPal, VMoney, WeChat Pay)
Php 102%N/A
Cash Pickup
(2GO, Black Arrow Express, Grab Express, GoMoto, Lalamove, Ninjavan, Xend, Zoom)
Php 10N/APhp 40 (minimum, depending on fare)

Step 3: Tick the box if you agree with the terms and conditions of the website, and click on Pay Now if all the details have been rechecked and deemed correct.

Reload via Coins.ph

eWallet app Coins.PH can also reload your beep cards. Here’s the catch: Your phone must have NFC for this to proceed, but it’s fairly faster than other methods. Simply open the coins.ph app and choose to reload

Reload via Paymaya

We’ve also detailed in the button below the instructions on how to reload using Paymaya, no NFC phone needed. All you need is your 16-digit number at the back, so you’re out of luck if you already customized your card.

Reloading with any of these methods, surprisingly, takes only about a few minutes as we checked with our beep app. Give it a try yourself and leave a comment below about your experience!

Carl Lamiel
Carl writes tech stuff for WalasTech when he's not working for a national retail chain as its Digital Marketing head. Send him some love at @lamielcarl!