Sprint Now Offering $100 Gift Cards for New Samsung Pay Users

Sprint Now Offering $100 Gift Cards for New Samsung Pay Users

May 18, 2016         Written By Lynn Oldshue

Samsung Pay is putting out another promotional offer encouraging users to test their mobile wallet. In partnership with Sprint, Samsung will provide up to $100 in virtual gift cards for the first 10 purchases a user makes on Samsung Pay.

The offer extends to the Sprint-only versions of the Samsung Galaxy S6, S7, S7 Edge or Note 5, as well as the Boost Mobile version of the S6 and S7 and the Virgin Mobile version of the S7. Previous offers, such as the $30 gift card promotion in April, were available on Samsung Pay compatible devices across all phone networks.

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The current promotion is a little trickier than the last ones. Users must purchase their qualifying device between May 13 and July 7, 2016. Then, they must make their 10 qualifying purchases between May 13 and July 31, 2016. Private label credit cards and Bank of America Visa debit cards are not eligible for the offer, which means that purchases made with those payment methods will not count as part of the 10 required for the gift card. The transactions must be completed at least 30 minutes apart, or they will be marked as one transaction.

After the first three qualifying transactions, a user will receive a pop-up notification to receive their first gift card. This will happen again after the fifth and tenth transaction, with different gift card options at each level. The details for each of these purchase levels are spelled out in detail in the offer’s terms and conditions.

The information contained within this article was accurate as of May 18, 2016. For up-to-date
information on any of the terms, cards or offers mentioned above, visit the issuer's website.


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Lynn Oldshue has written personal finance stories for LowCards.com for twelve years. She majored in public relations at Mississippi State University.
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