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BPI to GCash – Transferring Money from your BPI Bank Account to GCash

By Two Monkeys Travel - Contributor October 31st, 2020 Posted in Guide for Filipinos, Philippines Travel Blog, Travel Blog 9 Comments

One fast way to transfer money without going out is to do it online through online banking. If you have a BPI Bank Account, then you can transfer money to GCash quickly. Read our guide on how to transfer from BPI to GCash.

How to Use and Send Money using GCash in the Philippines5

There are many ways you can transfer money from BPI to GCash. You can do it on the GCash App, through the web, or through their app. You can also send money from your BPI account to another person’s GCash account, be it a family member or an online seller. Read the instructions below!

BPI to GCash via GCash App

You can only transfer to your personal GCash Account. And when you have balance, then you can send money to other people (GCash to GCash).

STEP 1: Open your GCash App. In case you don’t have an account yet, read this guide on how to register to GCash.

STEP 2: Enroll your account. Go to “My Linked Accounts” and choose “BPI.”

STEP 3: Log-in to your Online BPI Bank Account.

STEP 4: After that, you can see your registration is successful.

STEP 5: Go to “Cash In,” and choose the linked account you want to get money from. In our case, we will use “BPI.”

STEP 6: Enter the amount you want to transfer from your BPI Account to GCash.

STEP 7: Confirm the amount. You’ll be usually asked for an OTP, so enter it.

STEP 8: Your transaction will be successful, and money will be added to your balance.

BPI to GCash via BPI Application

STEP 1: Open your BPI Mobile App and Log-in.

STEP 2: Go to “Transfers” and choose “Transfer Money.”

STEP 3: From there, you can choose your accounts as well as the amount. Transfer to another bank then select GCash.

STEP 4: Enter the details asked and click next. Your account number will be the GCash Mobile Number.

STEP 5: Confirm the details and accept the terms and conditions. Your mobile key will be confirmed.

STEP 6: Your transaction will be successful, and money will be added to the mobile number’s GCash account in real-time.

BPI to GCash via BPI Online Website

STEP 1: Login to your account on this website.

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STEP 2: Go to “Transfer Money,” and choose “Transfer to Another Bank.”

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STEP 3: From there, you can choose your accounts as well as the amount. For the bank, choose “GCASH” and enter the mobile number and the owner’s name.

STEP 4: Confirm the amount and the details of your transfer. An OTP will usually be asked.

STEP 5: Your transaction will be successful, and money will be added to the mobile number’s GCash account in real-time.

It’s super easy! I hope you now know how to transfer from BPI to GCash. It’s beneficial, especially if you have online transactions as there is proper tracing. You can also do it without leaving the house! Embrace technological advancements and follow the steps!​

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Hey, I’m Lyza! I once was a person who just imagined going to places “one day” but decided to pursue my dreams. My first travel abroad was in Japan, solo, last 2018, and I fell in love with the experience. I aim to visit 10 countries before turning 30 and 2 new places in the Philippines every year. Besides traveling, I love organizing trips, taking pictures, reading, and making new friends. Follow my adventures through my Instagram.

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9 thoughts on “BPI to GCash – Transferring Money from your BPI Bank Account to GCash

  1. I send money from my bpi Account to my gcash account. I receive the confirmation to my g.mail account but I did not receive the money to my gcash apps. I hope My money he back

  2. How stupid of both the bPI and GCash app can be. Neither one of these processes worked because it is always Transaction Failed for me. Useless apps these are!

  3. Hello. Starting June 3, 2022, BPI removed the OTP when transferring cash to another BPI account. Ask ko lang po, how can I turn on the mobile key on my new device, when I do not have access to my old device? I was not able to transfer it before. Ang hirap magpadala sa family sa Pinas. I am in the US with no BPI atms around. Do you know a work around on my situation? Thanks

    1. Sa BPI App po may Mobile Key po dyan. I transferred naman po sa new phone at parang walang need na old phone, pero the number is important though.

  4. Ginawa ko n pong lahat ang instruction kaso lng po pag confirm ko po hindi successful ang lumalabas ih,ang dinasabi po ay ufaile transaction unable to process in this time eh kahapon p po ako nagtatry eh hanggang ngayong araw ganun p din diko matransfer money ko from my bpi account to my gcash account

    1. I registered my BPI account in Gcash, so that i won’t open my BPI account when I transfer.

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