Get $5 When You Make $50 Purchase With PayPal (Targeted)

PayPal has sent out emails to some of its members with an offer for $5 off a future purchase when making a purchase of $50 or more with PayPal. Check here if you’re targeted.

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The Offer

PayPal members who activate PayPal Exclusive Offer and complete one (1) eligible purchase totaling $50.00 USD or more (excluding taxes and shipping) made solely through your PayPal account, subject to the terms and exclusions below, between May 4, 2017, 12:00:00 PDT and May 18, 2017, 11:59:59 PDT can receive $5.00 USD off a future purchase (“Offer”). Offer begins May 30, 2017 and ends June 13, 2017 (“Promotional Period”). Offer limited to one per U.S. PayPal account.

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 PayPal Exclusive Offer. 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.


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 The Offer cannot be redeemed for cash and cannot be withdrawn from your PayPal account.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.

HT: slickdeals

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