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Samsung Pay gets Rewards program in the United States

Following the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco, which dropped the trust in the Samsung brand to abysmal levels, the South Korean company has decided to debut an interesting rewards program for those who are using its paying service.

The new Samsung Rewards program will be available in the United States beginning this week and applies to all those using Samsung Pay. Basically, you will be able to earn points from a card issuer every time you pay using Samsung's service, so works exactly like a points-based credit card rewards program.

Samsung announced that its program will also allow Pay users to “double dip” on rewards points, which means that with every credit card purchase, they will be able to earn points, miles or cash back from their card issuer, in addition to Samsung Rewards points.

On top of that, Samsung Rewards works with debit cards, too. The program comes with various loyalty tiers with point multipliers, so you will can even earn double, triple, or quadruple points. The more you use Samsung Pay every month, the higher the chance to earn more points than usual.

Samsung also confirmed that there will be limited-time bonus offers where Samsung Rewards will team up to retailers and other businesses to offer customers seasonal opportunities to earn additional points. For example, those who join Samsung Rewards in November or December will receive double points on purchased made during these two months.

Ok, so you earn a bunch of points, but what you can do with them? It's pretty simple, you can redeem them for Samsung products, vouchers for, Samsung Rewards Visa Prepaid Card value, and gifts cards to some of the largest retailers in the United States.

Moreover, Samsung Rewards users may also be eligible for more prize giveaways (Instant Wins), including trips to Napa Valley and Las Vegas.

Samsung plans to extend the Rewards program to more of its products and services, such as and S Health, exclusive events and more offers from the company's partner programs.

source: Samsung


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