I go frequently to Goldilocks branches, not only for the breads and cakes but also for their value meals. I like their pasta, Pinoy dishes such as kare-kare and bistek, and their halo-halo and coolers. So the first time their Gtizen My Wallet rewards card was released which I saw through my email, I made sure that I got one. The application was a bit tedious then because you have to fill up an actual bank (RCBC) application form and have an accumulated amount in your receipts before you can get one. But this time, you can get a Goldilocks Gtizen rewards card by going to a Goldilocks branch and pay P50. I got 20 points as soon as I registered my card via SMS. You will get a printed instruction kit which will tell you how to register, check your balance and redeem your points.
For every P50 you pay in Goldilocks (except when you use GC) you’ll get 1 point = 1 Peso which you can use again in Goldilocks. The card doesn’t have an expiry so you can really accumulate your points. The points should be redeemed within 1 year. I won’t underestimate the value of these points because you’ll find that there are moments when you can use them in the most unexpected but most necessary moments. And what will be difficult with just bringing a card with you and showing it to the cashier whenever you buy from their store.
You can check your balance via SMS, call Gtizen hotline 989-2253 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for inquiries.
Another new thing you should check out about Goldilocks is their Goldilocks Fun Party. They have nice meal packages ranging from P150 to P190 and all meals are served with dessert and drinks. These are perfect for kids who are celebrating since they also have mascot appearances (add on for P900) and Decorate Your Cake Activity.