ABS-CBN, leading media and entertainment company, is rewarding Filipinos who patronize its products and services through its newest customer loyalty program called “Kapamilya, Thank You.”
Those who sign up for a “Kapamilya, Thank You” membership may earn points and get rewards such as a meet and greet with a Kapamilya star, tickets to ABS-CBN Studio Tours and shows like “ASAP” and “It’s Showtime,” freebies from ABS-CBN Store, free access to ABS-CBN TVplus’ KBO and SKY Pay-Per-View, and free SMS, data, or calls via ABS-CBNmobile.
To become a member, interested Kapamilyas can register for free via thankyou.abs-cbn.com and enroll the ABS-CBN and Sky Cable products and services they are currently subscribed to.
After registration, Kapamilyas can start earning Thank You Points through simple activities like watching Kapamilya shows on TV or iWant TV, entering the hashtag of the day, paying their Sky Cable bill, registering to ABS-CBN TVplus’ KBO, and loading their ABS-CBNmobile SIM cards.
Accumulated Thank You points can be used to redeem gifts and other rewards that members can choose from on the website (thankyou.abs-cbn.com) like free tickets to Kapamilya shows. Alternatively, they may also choose to share the love and gratitude by donating their Thank You points to ABS-CBN Lingkod Kapamilya.
Meanwhile, Kapamilyas who have existing accounts with any ABS-CBN website like iWant TV, can use their registered email and password to sign up for “Kapamilya, Thank You.” Membership in “Kapamilya, Thank You” is valid as long as a user has been actively using his/her membership in the past 6 months.
ABS-CBN, the country’s leading media and entertainment organization that is now rapidly transitioning into an agile digital company, is the first among the TV networks to roll out a rewards program for its loyal customers.
For more information, visit thankyou.abs-cbn.com.
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