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Almost unlimited 3X if you can find it: Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge drops to $199

We’ve recently posted a number of great clearance deals on Samsung phones at Walmart. Yesterday, we posted about the Samsung Galaxy S6 available at $149 at some stores. A few days before we had posted about the Galaxy Note 5 for $199 and the Galaxy S7 Edge for $399. All of these phones qualify for Samsung Pay, which is a mobile wallet that works with the vast majority of payment terminals (even at places that…

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Chase mobile wallet promotions: get a statement credit for grocery store purchases

As reported earlier this week at Doctor of Credit, there are several offers out from Chase to earn a statement credits after making 5 purchases at grocery stores with a mobile wallet. The offers are available on the Chase Freedom card (appears targeted), the Chase Ritz-Carlton Rewards card, and the Chase Marriott Rewards Card (personal version). They are as follows: Chase Freedom card The offer Get a $15 statement credit when you pay 5 times at…

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Altitude Reserve to offer 3X for Samsung Pay LoopPay purchases

On the heels of my publication of the US Bank Altitude Reserve Complete Guide., Doctor of Credit asked an important question: Will the card offer 3X for Samsung Pay MST purchases? @FrequentMiler Also what about MST (looppay) purchases? Do you have full access to the guide to benefits or similar? — Doctor Of Credit (@Drofcredit) April 20, 2017 For review, the US Bank Altitude Reserve card (to be released in May) will offer 3X points…

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Get $10 Free for Using Samsung Pay with a Citi Mastercard + $50 Rebate

Not to be outdone by Apple Pay & Discover, Citi and Samsung Pay are teaming up to offer a $10 credit when using the app with a Citi Mastercard. The Offer Earn a one-time $10 statement credit after you spend a total of $10 using your Citi credit or debit MasterCard on Samsung Pay between 11/19/15 and 12/19/15. Key Terms You will receive a one-time $10 statement credit after you spend a minimum of $10…

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