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Aww yeah, you can now pay for your hotel and flight bookings using PayPal! Here’s how.

Paying for your purchases online is such a breeze nowadays – you’ve got various e-payment options to choose from, such as online banking and debit/credit cards.  

However, if you’d rather pay for all your online transactions through a single platform, then we’ve got good news: you can now pay for your hotel and flight bookings on Traveloka via PayPal!  

With this new payment method, you can:

  • Pay for your booking seamlessly, no matter where you are in the world – all you need is an internet connection.
  • Make payment with any of the bank accounts and debit/credit cards that are connected to your PayPal account.
  • Be sure that your payment is made securely.
  • Rest assured that you won’t be charged any additional transaction fees.

Already got a PayPal account? Here’s how you can use it on Traveloka:

  1. After selecting your flight/hotel and filling in your details, you’ll reach the payment options page. Select ‘PayPal’ as your preferred payment method.  

Select PayPal as your payment option

  1. Once you’ve been redirected to the PayPal website, log in to your PayPal account.

Log in to your PayPal account

  1. Select which bank account or debit/credit card you wish to use for the payment, then click ‘Pay Now’.

Review your payment details, then click 'Pay Now'

  1. Once your payment is successful, you will be taken back to the Traveloka website, where you will be able to view your booking details. You should receive your E-ticket/hotel voucher via email within 60 minutes from payment confirmation. 

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With Traveloka, no matter where you are or the time of day, paying for your next trip is a snap: just use the desktop website, mobile website, or app.

For more information on how to pay for your hotels and flights on Traveloka using PayPal, click here.

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