Posted by William Charles on June 4, 2019
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Published on June 4th, 2019 | by William Charles

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[Expired] Samsung Pay: Up To 10% Back At Nike, Up To 15% at Walmart & 8% At Dick’s Sporting Goods

Deal has expired, view more Samsung Pay deals by clicking here.

[Update 6/4/19: According to Slickdeals, Walmart is now increased to up to 25% cashback. Never mind, seems account specific.]

The Offer

The Fine Print

  • Offers good until June 17th, 2019
  • Exclusions apply, categories are listed in the deal detail page in app

Our Verdict

The Nike deal is actually exclusive to our readers, so it’s nice to see Samsung Pay reaching out to do that deal (we don’t receive anything from this, everything is passed onto our readers). Also the Nike offer will be somewhat hidden in the Samsung Pay app as they are only promoting it through our site.



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Kevin
Kevin

Does this type of promotion works for in store Samsung Pay?

Mark

It appears this is an online promotion only. If someone else reads something different, please post.

doc
doc

I wasn’t aware the Walmart app even offered Samsung Pay, so it must be in store only.

Gigabyte
Gigabyte

Wow that’s big moves right there. Awesome DOC!

Eric
Eric

Does it work with the watch version of the Samsung Pay app? How do I sign up for it?

Information Booth
Information Booth

Well… now that they’re not being extorted by Avenatti… they can afford to pass a little more on to us!!😁 John 3:16

lei
lei

if I only have samsung pay eligible watch, not cellphone, then can I still get this deal work? Or I have to add the offer in the cell phone app before spending? TIA!

Pag
Pag

>> The Nike deal is actually exclusive to our readers, so it’s nice to see Samsung Pay reaching out to do that deal
Congrats! You are a big(ger) fish now!

Steve

The Walmart cash back is “up to 15%” but the 15% is only for certain categories: auto (excluding tires), sports & outdoors, baby clothing & gear, beauty, health, pets, clothing, jewelry, furniture, kitchen electrics, patio & garden, floorcare. It’s 9% for home improvement, industrial & scientific. Only 3% for office, arts, crafts, sewing, cell phones, electronics, movies & TV shows, music on CD or vinyl, musical instruments, photo center, toys, video games.

excludes: food, household, household essentials, personal care, books, grocery pickup. (So, everything I was going to buy at Walmart is excluded, so this is useless for me)

doc
doc

Agreed. I think posting very limited offers at major retailers is counterproductive. It’s tantamount to click-bait, because if 99% of the stuff in the store isn’t 15% off, than what’s the point – other than getting a cheeky ad out there.

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