No credit card? No problem. Here’s how you pay for your trip with MOLPay CASH at 7-Eleven.

Sometimes it’s late into the wee hours of the night that we get that inspiration or motivation to book our flight tickets or hotel stays.

But what if you don’t have a credit card or online banking at your disposal?

With Traveloka, you can now pay for your flight and hotel bookings at the nearest 7-Eleven store!

Not sure how it works? No worries – here’s a step-by-step guide on how to do it:

Step 1

After choosing your flight/hotel and filling in your details, you’ll reach the payment options.

Under ‘Other Payment Methods’, select ‘7-Eleven’, and click ‘Pay’.

Step 2

You will then be directed to the payment instructions page, which has the transaction ID and verification code in the form of barcodes which need to be scanned before paying. The barcodes will also be emailed to you.

The instructions will include a deadline before which you must make your payment to secure your booking.

For desktop users: Print out the barcodes and bring them with you when you wish to make payment at 7-Eleven.

For app/mobile web users: It’s even easier – you don’t need to print anything, just bring along your phone and present the barcodes for scanning.

Step 3

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Within the payment time limit, head over to any 7-Eleven store near you with the barcodes and tell the cashier you want to pay with ‘MOLPay CASH’.

Once the cashier has scanned the barcodes, you can pay the amount due in cash and collect your receipt.

Within 60 minutes after your transaction, you should receive your e-ticket/hotel voucher via email.

Didn’t we tell you? Paying for your travels is now as easy as 1-2-3! And because most 7-Eleven stores are open 24/7, you can make your bookings and pay any time of the day – at no additional cost.

For more information on how to pay for your flight and hotel bookings made through Traveloka, click here.

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