A top team official was compiling the account details of the players at the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) office today.
The players will be paid in Naira at the official rate of 305 Naira a dollar, meaning they will each pocket 1,525,000 Naira each.
The Eagles bonus was part of the most recent government bailout that paid the Super Falcons for winning a record eighth women’s AFCON in Cameroon recently.
However, no mention was made of the win bonus for the 2-1 win in another World Cup qualifier in Zambia in October.
The win bonus is also $5,000-a-man.
Nigeria lead their World Cup qualifying group with six points from two matches.
Cameroon are second with two points from as many matches.
Zambia and Algeria have recorded a point apiece.