Is Google Pay $21 Reward or Promotion a Scam?
The Google Pay $21 reward is not a scam. Google is upsizing some rewards in the new Google Pay to $21 through the new year. Until December 31, select rewards in the new Google Pay app are being upgraded. The direct referrals have jumped from just $5 to $21 any time you bring a new user to the app.
The reward gives both the referrer and the recipient $21 when the new user spends at least $10 using Google Pay.
Users who open the Google Pay app should immediately see the banner at the top for the new offer. In the U.S., spending $50 or more at Target with Google Pay will reward you with $21 cashback within the app. It's a one-time-only offer that you must activate within the app by December 31st. Following activation, you then have 45 days to use-it-or-lose-it.
What you need to know
- The new Google Pay app is offering upgraded rewards for referrals and purchases at select retailers.
- Users can refer up to three people to use the app, with $21 rewards per person.
- The redesigned Google Pay app was launched in late November with new features and banking options.
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