Express your Love with a Song!

The Philippine Postal Corporation (Post Office) Mega Manila Area launches the “Pada-LOVE! Magpadala, Kiligin, Ma-inlove”, offering its traditional “Singing Kartero package” worth P2, 500, which includes a bouquet of flowers, a greeting card, and two (2) songs from the singing mailman.


The “Express Pada-LOVE” is not just for Filipino lovers but also to promote its Domestic Express Mail Service (DEMS) which will run until February 15.


Postmaster General Norman Fulgencio said that the project caters same-day/next-day delivery of flowers, chocolates, cakes, stuffed toys, cards, and other gift items along with the services of Singing Kartero to their loved ones during the week-long celebration of Valentine’s Day.


The Manila Central Post Office in Liwasang Bonifacio will serve as the central hub for swapping of parcels/gift items for delivery. The services will be delivered within Metro Manila.

Aside from the Singing Kartero Package, the public can also buy flowers, chocolates and other Novelty items to be delivered by the Post Office.


This special Valentine’s Day service is also available in Iloilo City {Area 6}, Cagayan De Oro City (Area 8) Tuguegarao City (Area 1), Cebu City (Area 5) and Davao City (Area 7).


The public is advised to pre-book their orders for delivery via online at:, or may call their Mobile No. 0927-2450837 or 8527-01-35 and Ms. Liever Briones at 0915-9418196.


Meanwhile, along with the celebration of Valentine’s Day, on February 10, at 11:00 in the morning, the Post Office in cooperation with Megaworld Lifestyle Malls, will launch the Valentine’s Day Stamps and Greeting Cards entitled “Pupusuan Kita – Araw ng mga Puso 2023” to be held at the Ponte Lobby Venice Grand Canal, McKinley Taguig City. The public is invited to witness and participate in all of the activities prepared by the Post Office meant to celebrate the season of hearts by sending messages of love and affection to partners, family and friends.

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