Get $30 For Using Samsung Pay On Galaxy S7 & S7 Edge

Get $30 For Using Samsung Pay On Galaxy S7 & S7 Edge
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Soon after Verizon confirmed the availability of Samsung Pay on Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge on March 11, the South Korean company announced free rebates to people using the mobile wallet. Users can get $30 for completing a transaction via the mobile payment service on any one of the flagship models.


The tech firm used similar tactics in the past to boost usage of its mobile payment service. Go and grab the offer before it ends, since the money offer is valid only until the end of this month for customers in the United States. Users can avail the $30 digital gift cards from five retailers, including Regal Cinema, Whole Foods, Best Buy, Nike and eBay.

Bear in mind that the promotion is eligible only on the Galaxy flagship models, but is compatible with Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge and Galaxy Note 5. You may log into the company’s own website to find out more about this promotional offer, reports Ubergizmo.

Take advantage of the offer by buying anything using Samsung Pay mobile payment service. There is no obligation to the offer, such as filling up forms or drawing promo codes, etc. Once a transaction is completed with the mobile wallet, you will get a notification on your mobile saying that you have earned thirty US dollars, according to Android Authority.

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Samsung Pay is now virtually accepted in different parts of the globe where you can tap or swipe your card. The mobile wallet helps to simplify transactions by using your fingerprint as password code to have access to open the app for making a transaction. Hold your mobile with the payment app open on the screen against the card reader to make payments.

It is absolutely safe to pay with the payment app since it does not share or store any payment information. However, it should be noted that Samsung Pay is only compatible with a few selected Samsung devices and cards.

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