Get A Free Wireless Charging Pad When You Activate Samsung Pay


When we first saw Samsung Pay, the company had a promotion offering a free wireless charging pad or flip cover for those who activated the service. The kicker was, you had to purchase a Galaxy Note 5 or S6 edge+ in order to snag this promotional offer. Well, for those of you who missed the promotional offer the first time around, it looks like Samsung is opening it up again.

This time around though you’re not limited to Samsung’s latest hardware, and if you happen to own any of this year’s Samsung devices (Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 edge, Galaxy S6 edge+ or the Galaxy Note5) and activate a qualifying credit or debit card with Samsung Pay, you’ll receive a free wireless charging pad. As wireless charging capabilities are inherent in these devices — and the wireless charging pad will cost you $49.99 USD — it seems like a no-brainer to do.

As with most promotional offers, this one has a time limit. The promotion kicked off on Wednesday, Oct. 28 and you have until Sunday, Nov. 8, to activate the card. Once you’ve done that, you have until 11:59 p.m. EST on Sunday, Nov. 15, to submit your information.

To do that, you need to head to the Samsung Promotions web site, enter your contact information plus the IMEI and WiFi MAC address of your device, and hit submit. That’s it. Your wireless charging pad will eventually hit your doorstep in the coming weeks after.

As if that weren’t enough, Sprint users have an added promotion they can take advantage of. If a Sprint users picks up any of the devices listed in the above promo and activate a debit or credit card with Samsung Pay, they will get a $50 bill credit.

The promotion started on Oct. 15, and will run through the month of November. So there’s still time if you’re on the fence about picking up a new Galaxy device.

Are you going to take advantage of either of these promotions? Let us know in the comments section below or on any of our social media accounts.

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Last Updated on November 27, 2018.


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