Palawan Express Rates 2023 in Luzon, Visayas & Mindanao

Palawan Express Pera Padala is one of the most popular and leading money remittance services in the Philippines that enables individuals to send and receive money to and from various locations across the country.

The service is widely used due to its convenience, affordability, and accessibility. They are committed to giving their customer the best and cheapest rate possible that’s why most Palawan branches in my city are always full of people queuing for sending or receiving money and even paying their bills. But you can opt to send money online as well.


Palawan Express Rates 2023

If you are planning to send money to Palawan, one of the important things to know is the fee for the amount you want to send.

Palawan express rates range from P2.00 to P345.00. This will depend on the amount of money you’ll send and your location as well. Here is some important information about the rates and fees associated with the service.

Pera Padala Rates on Visayas – Mindanao, South Luzon, Masbate,Romblon and Palawan

(if discount and rebate applied)

Palawan Pera Padala Rates on Central and North Luzon

(Caluya in Antique | Cuyo and Culion in Palawan | Tingloy in Batangas | Lubang and Paluan in Mindoro and San Jose, Romblon)

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(if discount and rebate applied)

Palawan Rates 2022 NCR

(if discount and rebate applied)

These fees are also subject to change without prior notice, so it is always best to check the current fees at the Palawan Express website or by visiting one of their branches.

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How to send money on Palawan Pera Padala?

  1. Visit any Palawan Pawnshop branch or Palawan Express Pera Padala outlet nearest to you.
  2. Fill out the Send Money Form that will require you to provide a complete Sender’s Name, Sender’s Mobile Number, complete Receiver’s Name, Receiver’s Mobile Number, Purpose of Transaction, and Relationship to Receiver.
  3. Place the accomplished Send Money Form and valid ID on the tray provided at the branch counter before handing it to the branch associate.
  4. They will call out names to process the transaction. Wait for your name to be called before paying the principal remittance and the corresponding amount of the fee.
  5. Sign and receive your copy of the computer-generated Send Money Form.
  6. You will receive a text message notifying you that the remittance is ready to be claimed.

How to Claim Palawan Padala?

  1. Go to any Palawan Pawnshop or Palawan Express Pera Padala branch.
  2. Fill out the Receive Money Form with your complete name (as the receiver), the sender’s complete name, PEPP transaction code, remittance amount, your relationship to the sender, and the purpose of the transaction.
  3. Place the Receive Money Form and your valid ID on the provided tray, then hand it out to the teller.
  4. They will call your name if it’s your turn to process the transaction. Sign and receive your copy of the computer-generated Receive Money Form.

Your remittance can be claimed within a year after it was sent but note that all remittances unclaimed after thirty (30) calendar days are subject to a handling fee of P30 or 1% of the principal amount, per month, whichever is higher.

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Palawan Express is open every day (including Saturdays and Sundays) from 8:00 AM to 5:30 PM.

Palawan Express ID Accepted

Here are the Valid IDs needed when sending and receiving money from Palawan Express.

  1. Philippine Identification Card (PhilSys)
  2. Philippine Driver’s License
  3. Philippine or Foreign Passport
  4. Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) ID
  5. Integrated Bar of the Philippines (IBP)
  6. Postal ID
  7. Seafarer’s Identification and Record Book Seaman ID
  8. Alien Certificate of Registration (ACR) / Immigrant Certificate of Registration (ICR)
  9. Government Office And GOCC ID (Example: Firearms License Issued by AFP)
  10. Person With Disability (PWD) ID
  11. Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) E-Card
  12. Social Security System (SSS) Card
  13. Unified Multi-Purpose Identification (UMID) Card
  14. Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) ID
  15. Pag-Ibig Loyalty Card
  16. Home Development Mutual Fund (HDMF)
  17. NBI Clearance
  18. Police Clearance
  19. Voter’s ID and Voter’s Certificate with Picture
  20. Senior Citizen ID
  21. School ID with Validation
  22. Philhealth Insurance Card
  23. Company ID
  24. Barangay ID
  25. Barangay Clearance or Certificate
  26. Tax Identification Number (TIN) ID
  27. DSWD Certification or 4Ps ID

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In conclusion, Palawan Express is a convenient and affordable way to send and receive money in the Philippines. The rates and fees for using the service may vary depending on the amount and destination, as well as the specific services required. Before using Palawan Express, make sure to check the current rates and fees to ensure that you are getting the best deal for your money.