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Hello Kitty beep cards launched

Each card, with designs that are exclusive to Daiso Japan, is sold for P188 (with no load) in all Daiso Japan branches in Metro Manila. Each Daiso Japan branch has 20,000 cards for all four designs to be sold to Hello Kitty fans and beep card collectors.

AF Payments, Inc., in partnership with Sanrio and Daiso Japan, announced the availability of the new Hello Kitty Limited Edition beep cards with four all-new kawaii designs in all Daiso Japan branches in Metro Manila and online in its official Shopee store, DaisoJapanPH.   

Each card, with designs that are exclusive to Daiso Japan, is sold for P188 (with no load) in all Daiso Japan branches in Metro Manila. Each Daiso Japan branch has 20,000 cards for all four designs to be sold to Hello Kitty fans and beep card collectors. 

“Our first launch back in March was like Hello Kitty herself – phenomenal, selling out only days after the release. So this time, we’re calling all Hello Kitty fans and beep card collectors to stock up on the new designs before they run out! It’s a great addition to any collection, especially as we commemorate the 45th anniversary of the iconic character,” said Agnes Padilla, marketing head at AF Payments, Inc.

For customers outside Metro Manila who like to get hold of the new beep card, Daiso Japan is holding an exclusive promo for online shoppers in its official Shopee store.

“Hello Kitty-branded items are among our all-time bestsellers so we’re really excited for our customers to cop the new beep card designs in our branches and also online now in our Shopee store. This is to accommodate requests from our loyal customers outside the metro who also like to get their hands on the limited edition cards, as well as for those who simply enjoy the convenience of online shopping,” said Bernice Jayne Chioa-Bunoan, marketing services manager at Daiso Japan.  

The Hello Kitty Limited Edition beep card can be used in all three elevated railways (LRT-1, LRT-2, and MRT-3); select bus lines (BGC Bus, Citylink, DNS, HM Transport, RRCG, RRCG East, TAS Trans, Lancaster New City, Bellefort Estates, San Agustin Transport, and UBE Express, Inc.); Clemenisle e-trikes in Intramuros; modern jeepneys; NLEX; CAVITEX and select retail partners including Robinsons Movieworld, Auntie Anne’s, Binalot, Worship Generation, Wendy’s, FamilyMart, and Ministop. It is reloadable and valid for four years.  

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