Whether you’re a commuter or not, you’ve definitely heard of Beep Card, the popular contactless smart card system created in 2015 to make commuting easier in Metro Manila.

But other than paying for train and bus rides, did you know that you can also use your Beep Card as a mode of payment at other public transportation and establishments?

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Owned and operated by AF Payments Inc., Beep Card can also be used to pay for fares on modern PUVs or Jeepneys, ferries, and even some retail stores.

Today, we’ll show you a full list of where you can use and enjoy your Beep Card.

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Where can I use my Beep Card?

You can use your Beep Card at train stations in the metro, P2P buses, select city and provincial buses, modern PUVs or jeepneys, ferries, select retail establishments, and others. You can check the full list below.

Train stations

  • MRT-3
  • LRT-1
  • LRT-2

P2P buses

  • LNC Link
  • BGC Bus
  • Precious Grace Transport
  • TAS Trans / San Agustin
  • UBE Express
  • RRCG (Gran Cruiser)

City Buses

EDSA Busway Route – PITX to Monumento and Vice Versa

  • Kellen Trans
  • Pamana
  • Pascual Liner
  • RRCG
  • Thelman Trans
  • Earth Star
  • Mersan Snowhite
  • Fermina Express
  • Jasper Jean Liner
  • Japer Jean Services
  • Prince Mckhaine
  • Bataan Trans
  • Worthy Trans
  • MSJ Lines
  • Mannrose Liner
  • Admiral Trans
  • Phil Tourister
  • Nichola Albert Trans
  • Gran Cruiser
  • Jell Express
  • TAS Trans
  • San Agustin
  • ES Trans
  • Roval Trans
  • MAFEL lines
  • NAFTI
  • BOVJEN
  • Saint Rose
  • DNS
  • Jobens Express
  • Joysell Express
  • Our Vineyard
  • VIL 5000
  • Joannah Jesh
  • HM Trans
  • Precious Grace
  • CHER Trans

Provincial Buses

  • CEBU City to MACTAN and vice versa
  • Davao Metro Shuttle: Davao City to Arakan and Vice Versa
  • Davao Metro Shuttle: PITX in Paranaque to Davao City and Vice Versa
  • Davao Metro Shuttle: C.P. Garcia to Roxas and Vice Versa
  • Davao Metro Shuttle: Ormoc City to Sogod and Vice Versa
  • Davao Metro Shuttle: Davao City to Butuan City and Vice Versa
  • Davao Metro Shuttle: Davao City to Kidapawan and Vice Versa
  • Davao Metro Shuttle: ANNIL: Davao City to Calinan
  • Davao Metro Shuttle: Catalunan to Roxas and Vice Versa
  • Davao Metro Shuttle: Tacloban City to Calbayog City and Vice Versa

Modern PUV or Jeepneys

  • Cubao Rosario Sta. Lucia Transport Service Cooperative (CURODA)
  • PAMAJOD Environmental Sustainable Transport Service Cooperative
  • Gubat Transport Cooperative (GUTRANSCO)
  • Pagunova Transport Service and MultiPurpose Cooperative
  • Alliance of Provincial Operators and Drivers Transport Cooperative (APODTC)
  • Oro Transport Service Cooperative (OROTSCO)
  • Calumpit Hagonoy Jeepney Drivers And Operators Transport Cooperative
  • DCM Transport Corporation
  • Sapang Palay Minuyan Loop Transport Service Cooperative
  • Francisco Homes MultiPurpose Transport Service Cooperative (FHMPTSC)
  • Grotto Novaliches Transport Service Cooperative (GNTSC)
  • Pasig Mandaluyong Quiapo Operators and Drivers Alliance Transport Service Cooperative (PAMAQODA)
  • Lungsod Silangan Transport Service and Multi-Purpose Cooperative
  • OPOL PUV Transport Commuters (OPUVTC)

Ferries

  • A Calvo Trans- Cebu to Balamban
  • Alowie- Sibonga
  • Britt- Barili- Dumanjug
  • Britt- Carcar- Simala- Sibonga
  • Canoneo- Toledo
  • CP Cormoninas – Tuburan
  • EDC- Carcar Sibonga
  • Gabe Transport – Balamban
  • Gabe Transport- Pinamungajan
  • Gabe Trans- Tuburan via Toledo
  • JBus- Sibonga
  • Jegans – Pinamungajan
  • Jhade- Aloguinsan Pinamungajan
  • JS Calvo Trans Cebu to Balamban
  • JS Calvo Trans – Pinamungajan
  • JZ Corominas – Tuburan
  • Librando Trans – Badian
  • Metrolink- Bato via Barili
  • MRJ- Carcar Sibonga
  • Pioneer – Bato via Oslob
  • RLLC – A. Belocura – Dumanjug
  • RLLC – A. Dacer- Dumanjug
  • RLLC – R. Chua- Dumanjug
  • SEPO – Aloguinsan
  • SEPO – Carcar Sibonga Simala
  • SEPO – Pinamungajan
  • SEPO-Argao
  • Showbus- Carcar Sibonga
  • Skipper – Sibonga
  • Sunrays – Cebu to Samboan
  • Tikboy – Carcar
  • V & J.A Corominas- Tuburan
  • Vallacar Trans- Alcoy
  • Vallacar Trans – Argao
  • Vallacar Trans – Bato via Barili
  • Vallacar Trans – Bato via Oslob
  • Vallacar Trans – Carcar
  • Vallacar Trans – Dumaguete
  • Vallacar Trans – Moalboal
  • Vallacar Trans – Pinamungajan
  • Vallacar Trans-Bal-Ast-Tub
  • VG Corominas – Tuburan
  • Yeoman – Argao
  • Yeoman – Carcar Sibonga

Retail

  • PGH Bayanihan MP Coop – PGH Compound, Taft Ave., Manila
  • Lyceum of the Philippines University – Intramuros, Manila
  • Select Ministop/Uncle John’s branches

Others

  • Integrated Microelectronics, Inc. (IMI)
  • Lancaster City, Cavite
  • Light Industry and Science Park I (LISP I)
  • Star Market Group of Wet Markets (Novaliches, Pasig)

Where can I purchase a Beep Card?

You can purchase a Beep Card at these locations:

  • MRT-3, LRT-1, LRT-2 stations
  • Facebook Marketplace
  • Select Partner Modern PUVs / Jeepneys
  • Select Uncle John’s/Ministop Branches
  • Topline Marina Ferries
  • P2P Bus Terminals
    • BGC Bus Market! Market!
    • BGC Bus EDSA McKinley
    • Bonifacio Stopover
    • TAS Trans Pilar
    • TAS Trans P2P Nuvali
    • Makati Trasierra
    • One Ayala
    • Glorietta 3 Makati

How much does a Beep Card cost?

As of writing, getting a Beep Card has a price of Php100. The cost of the actual card is only Php30, while the Php70 will act as your initial load amount.

How to reload by Beep Card?

You can reload your Beep Card at train and P2P bus stations and tons of offline and online methods that you can check here. You can also do it yourself if you own a smartphone with an NFC feature.

How to check my Beep Card load balance?

You should immediately see your load balance every time you use it on train stations, buses, etc. Alternatively, you can check your remaining balance on reloading stations and by using the Beep App available on iOS, Android, and Huawei devices.

These are all the places and establishments where you can use your Beep Card as the payment method, as well as things you should know about getting one, reloading, and checking your balance.



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  1. Why my beep card did not accept when I ride in LRT they told me it’s expired..but ask them that will reload my card..can I use p rin b ung card ko..