Thanks to Miles to Memories, I learned about a PayPal promotion where you can get a $10 reward after you register for the promotion and spend $100 with Paypal. It runs through August 29th and does not appear to be targeted.
Once you register and make a purchase of $100 or more, you’ll get a $10 coupon off your next order in the middle of September. You’ll then have until September 26th to spend your $10 reward.
Fine print on the deal
- Enrollment & Validity Period: PayPal members who sign up for the August Bounceback Offer between August 8, 12:00:00 am PDT, 2016 and August 29, 11:59:59 pm PDT, 2016 and complete eligible purchases totaling $100.00 USD or more (excluding taxes and shipping) made solely through your PayPal account, subject to the terms and exclusions below, can receive $10.00 off a future purchase (“Offer”) between September 13, 2016, 12:00:00 am PDT and September 26, 2016, 11:59:59 pm PDT.
- Consumer Eligibility: Offer open to legal residents of the fifty (50) United States and the District of Columbia who (a) are 18 years of age or older; (b) are holders of a U.S. PayPal account in good standing (c) are recipients of an email invitation from PayPal to participate in the Offer; and (d) complete registration for the Offer on the landing page provided as part of the Offer notification during the time period specified above in the Enrollment & Validity Period (“Eligible Participants”). Eligible Participants will receive an email from PayPal advising that the Offer is available for use with their PayPal account. Void where prohibited.
- Application of Reward: The Offer will be applied to your next eligible purchase when you select PayPal to pay and log in to the PayPal account you used to sign up for the August Bounceback. The Offer will be reflected on your PayPal receipt or in the transaction details in your PayPal account. The Offer cannot be used to pay fees.
- Exclusions: Excluded transactions from the Offer include but are not limited to the following: donations, gift certificate payments, purchases of gift cards, send money transactions, eBay seller fees, eBay purchases paid via an eBay invoice. The Offer is valid in the 50 United States and limited to purchases in U.S. Dollars. The Offer cannot be transferred or combined with any other PayPal (a) offer (including but not limited to Pay After Delivery); (b) promotion code; (c) coupon; (d) Offer; or (e) discount. The Offer cannot be redeemed for cash and cannot be withdrawn from your PayPal account. The Offer cannot be applied to preapproved payments. PayPal reserves the right to cancel, suspend or modify the Offer in part or in its entirety at any time without notice, for any reason in its sole discretion.
Should you sign up?
If you have a Paypal account, I would say that it’s a no-brainer to sign up. With these types of deals, unless there’s some sort of cost to sign up, it is usually a good idea to sign up just in case. It’s not clear to me whether this offer will work retroactively. I posted earlier about some of the gift card deals with 8x eBay bucks and I already spent over $100 via Paypal, so I don’t know if that will count for me or not. It’s also possible that purchase will be disqualified because it was gift cards, but maybe not. Even though eBay and PayPal are technically the same company, I could certainly see it going either way as to whether Paypal will be able to track exactly what I bought on eBay
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