Samsung Pay, the mobile payment service from the South Korean company was announced alongside Galaxy S6 in March this year. It was officially made available through its 2015 flagship smartphones like Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge, Galaxy S6 Edge+ and Galaxy Note 5. Now, Samsung is offering $200 price cut on its flagships to persuade more people into using the Samsung Pay service.
According to Android Headlines, in order to avail $200 discount on the aforementioned flagship smartphones from Samsung, users will have to file a claim after buying the handset at full retail price along with the receipt copy and then activate Samsun Pay to receive $200 as credit. The offer is also available for customers who purchase the handset through carrier plans.
It means that users will have to wait until March 15, 2016 to receive the $200 credit. The offer is currently available for Samsung Pay users in the U.S. The last date of the promotional offer is Jan. 16.
The $200 credit Samsung Pay offer will also allow lucky winners to win VIP passes to a football game. While claiming the $200 credit, users will also stand a chance to participate and win a $23,000 Game Day contest.
Samsung is running promotional offer that allows users to avail a free subscription of Netflix for one year by purchasing a Galaxy Tab S2 tablet. After buying the tablet, users are required to file claim and purchase receipt by the end of next month, GSM Arena reported.
Customers, who already own any of the four Samsung flagships of this year, are not required to purchase a newer handset. With the recent receipt copy, customers are required to provide other details like IMEI number and WIFI MAC address. Users are also required to set up a payment card for Samsung Pay.