BJ’s Starts Accepting PayPal Checkout, Check for $10 Off Any Purchase (YMMV)

BJ’s Wholesale Club announced earlier this month that members who shop on will now be able to pay for their purchases with PayPal, PayPal Credit and PayPal One Touch. Through the partnership, members won’t have to input their card payment information when making a purchase on Members can also enjoy an automatic log-in process through the utilization of PayPal One Touch, as well as getting to skip the email or password process when paying on the website if they’re using the same device and browser. In addition, purchases of $99 or more can be paid through PayPal Credit, offering no interest if paid in full within six months.

bj's paypal 10 discount

PayPal is also offering a $10 discount to promote the new partnership. The offer is showing up at PayPal Offers, but not for everyone. Take a look and maybe you see it. The offer starts on August 1st and goes on through August 15th and can be used only on the BJ's website.

Offer Terms

  • Offer valid for $10 off any purchase at Offer expires August 15th at 11:59pm EST.
  • “Offer Period”: Starts at 12:00 am Eastern Time (“ET”) on 8/1/2018 and ends at 11:59 pm ET on 8/15/2018.
  • “Reward”: $10 USD voucher that will be viewable in the “Offers” section of the Eligible Participant’s PayPal account for personal or premier accounts.
  • For business accounts, the Reward will only be visible during checkout and on the purchase transaction receipt(s).

Guru’s Wrap-Up

An easy $10 that you can use at BJ’s. The offer is targeted so check your PayPal accounts and see if you have it. Let me know if you do, or if you see any different offers.

You need a membership to shop at BJ’s. If you don’t have one, you can pay just $15 for an annual membership if you sign up through a referral. You actually pay $40 but you get a $25 gift card. Full price is $55, so that’s a huge discount. If you do not have a location near you, then you can also purchase a $10 membership for online access only.

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.