Get $25 When You make Three $35 Purchases at Select Merchants (Walmart, DoorDash etc.)

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Get $25 When You make Three $35 Purchases at Select Merchants

PayPal has a promotion for online purchases at select merchants. You need to make three purchases in order to get $25. Walmart and DoorDash are included, so that should make it easier to get this bonus. But only 130k customers can take advantage of this offer, so don’t wait too long.


Get $25 when you shop with PayPal this holiday season. Make three online purchases of $35 or more at select merchants by 12/31/2020. In-store purchases do not qualify. First 130k customers only.

Eligible merchants include:

  • Walmart
  • DoorDash
  • GAP
  • Old Navy
  • Athleta
  • Banana Republic
  • Ulta

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Offer Terms

  • Open only to residents of any one (1) of the fifty (50) United States or the District of Columbia who: (1) have or open a U.S. personal (including PayPal, PayPal Cash and PayPal Cash Plus), premier or business PayPal account; and (2) are eighteen (18) years of age or older.
  • Reward will be added to the Eligible Participant’s Valid Account within approximately five (5) to seven (7) business days after verification of Eligible Purchases (defined below), but may be available sooner.
  • Rewards are only available to the first 130,000 Eligible Participants to successfully redeem the Reward and will no longer be awarded once the limit is reached, as determined by PayPal in its sole discretion.
  • There is a limit of one (1) Reward per Valid Account.
  • You need to have a PayPal Cash, PayPal Cash Plus, or business PayPal account to have a balance.
  • If you do not have or open one of those accounts, you can only transfer your Reward to your bank account or debit card linked to PayPal.
  • Must make purchases of $35.00 USD or more made at,, DoorDash,, Banana Republic, Old Navy, Athleta (including purchases at Gap, Athleta, Old Navy, Banana Republic, but excluding Hill City) (collectively, “Participating Merchants”) in USD using a Valid Account during the Offer Period (“Eligible Purchase(s)”).
  • Eligible Purchases do not include: (1) send/receive money transactions (including those marked as a “Goods and Services” payments), (2) charitable donations, (3) purchases made using; (4) PayPal Cash Mastercard®, PayPal Cashback Mastercard®, PayPal Prepaid Mastercard®, PayPal Extras Mastercard®, and PayPal Business Debit Mastercard® purchases made using the card directly and not through your Valid Account, and (5) in-store purchases at Participating Retailers.
  • If an Eligible Purchase is returned, refunded, results in a failed capture, or otherwise does not complete during the Offer Period, that Eligible Purchase will not qualify toward earning the Reward.

Guru’s Wrap-up

You can get $25 for spending a total of $105 (3x$35) and paying with PayPal. Chase Freedom and Freedom Flex will earn 5X on these purchases as well in Q4 2020.

4 thoughts on “Get $25 When You make Three $35 Purchases at Select Merchants (Walmart, DoorDash etc.)

  1. I placed 5 orders with Walmart during the time period of this offer. I placed three orders on the first day to make sure I qualified. Each order was a minimum of $35 to qualify for free shipping and placed through paypal. Where’s my $25? Is this a fake offer by paypal? Did anyone actually receive the $25?

  2. It turns out PayPal has no true intent to honor this offer. I completed three purchases of $40 from to earn the $25. I read all of the fine print. Then suddenly each of my transactions were refunded 1 cen so that those transactions would appear as “refunded” on PayPal instead of purchases. I know it says first 130K customers and it is at Paypal’s discretion, but I find it odd that I have never had 1 cent refunded to any of my transactions before until I tried to redeem this offer. In the end I made sure to order practical items that I know will be used, but I have learned my lesson and I will not try to complete an offer like this one with PayPal again.

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