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PayPal Runs Promotion to Reward Big Ticket Purchases


PayPal LogoPayPal is running a promotion that rewards users for making a big-ticket purchase. Users who register for the promotion and spend $100 on a single transaction using PayPal by December 15, 2017, will receive a $10 reward in their account on January 1st, which must be applied to a future purchase by January 15, 2018.

The promotion landing page includes a message: “Want to save big on the perfect present? Our Holiday Giftspiration Guide has just what you need. Shop Now” and links to a page showing deals from major retailers including Dick’s Sporting Goods.

PayPal is also getting into the holiday spirit with its second “Local Selects” event, “Holiday Edition” to be in New York on Sunday.

Be aware that the new promotion that kicked off on December 1st is limited to US users and excludes charitable donations. The $10 voucher will be viewable in the “Offers” section (for business accounts, the voucher will only be visible during checkout and on the purchase transaction receipts). There is a limit of one reward voucher per account.

Be sure to check the terms for details and restrictions.


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  1. Per the fine print in the Terms and Conditions “Eligible Participant” section, this is a by invitation only offer.

    “…(3) receive an authorized email containing the invitation to participate in the offer (eligibility for/those who receive such an email will be determined solely by PayPal).”

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