Valorant Points Philippines Top-Up Guide : Denomination, Payment, and Vendors

Don’t know how to top-up in Valorant? Then you’re in the right place. Because in this article we will talk about how to top-up Valorant, what payment options you have, and where you can buy your Valorant points.


For first-time players of Valorant, Valorant Points (VP) are the premium currency of the game, which can be used to spend in the in-game store. Valorant points can be used to change your summoner name, transfer your account to another server, and purchase Champions, Champion skins, Chromas, Bundles, Hextech Crafting materials, Emotes, Ward skins, Summoner icons, Experience boosts, etc.

How to top up Valorant Points in Philippines?

Valorant points are also available in Riot Points Cards. If you purchased your Valorant points through the Riot Points Cards, here’s how you can redeem it:
  • Step 1: Launch the Valorant client and log in to the game with your Riot Account.
  • Step 2: Click on the Purchase VP button.
  • Step 3: Select Prepaid Cards and enter your RP card code.
  • Step 4: Click Submit. Your Valorant Points have been added to your account!
Note that the conversion rate from Riot Points to Valorant Points differs depending on which region you came from and its currency. Players are advised to refer to the in-game conversion rate. Also, make sure that the Riot Points or RP card you purchased matches the region of your Riot Game Account.


There are various Valorant points that you can avail depending on how much budget you have. To know which Valorant points you can purchase, here’s a list of denominations with its price, as per Codashop:
  • 125 Valorant Points — Php 50
  • 380 Valorant Points — Php 150
  • 790 Valorant Points — Php 300
  • 1,650 Valorant Points — Php 600
  • 2,850 Valorant Points — Php 1,000
  • 5,800 Valorant Points — Php 2,000
  • 12, 500 Valorant Points — Php 4,000
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Where can i buy Valorant Points in Philippines?

Here’s a list of payment methods that you can choose from to pay for your Valorant points. Can’t find the payment method available for you? Then you can use the partner web store of Valorant, which is Codashop.

For PC:
  • Debit/Credit Cards — Visa, Mastercard, UnionPay
  • CodaPay — GCash, Retail (7-Eleven, Robinsons Dept Store, SM Dept/Supermarket/Savemore Counter, M. Lhuillier, ECPay, RuralNet Banks & Coops, Cebuana Lhuillier Bills Payment), Mobile Payment, GrabPay
  • Bank Transfer — BDO Internet Banking, Banco de Oro ATM, BPI Cash Payment,LandBank Cash Payment, LandBank ATM Online, Security Bank Cash Payment, PNB Internet Banking Bills Payment, PNB Cash Payment, UCPB Connect/Mobile, UCPB ATM/Cash Payment, RCBC ATM/Cash Payment, Unionbank Cash Payment, RobinsonsBank Cash Payment, RobinsonsBank Online Bills Payment, PSBank Online, AUB Online/Cash Payment, MayBank Online Banking, Metrobank Cash Payment (powered by CodaPay)
  • Others — PayPal, Prepaid Cards & Codes
For Codashop:
  • E-Wallet — GCASH, PayMaya
  • Carrier Billing — Globe, Smart, TM, SUN, TNT
  • Retail — 7-Eleven & many more
  • Bank Transfer — Major banks in the Philippines
  • Debit/Credit Cards — Visa, Mastercards
Note that while in-game content can be refunded through the support site, VALORANT points can only be refunded by submitting a player support ticket.

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