The new Google Pay app made its debut earlier this year, and now, it’s the default option. Now, Google Pay users can join in on a “Spring Challenge” that offers up a reward for some basic actions in the new app.
Starting on Monday, April 12, Google Pay users in the United States can participate in the “Spring Challenge.” The promotion is designed to help educate users on how the new Google Pay app works by giving “stamps” for actions taken within the app.
These actions include tap-to-pay at businesses, sending payments to friends, and more. Some actions can only earn stamps once a day, but others can occur multiple times per day. Google says trivia pop-ups can also show up as a method of earning stamps and sharing invites to Google Pay can also earn stamps.
Users need to get five stamps during the “Spring Challenge” to get $30 deposited into their Google Pay balance.
The Spring Challenge takes a new approach to educating people on the redesigned Google Pay app, a first app of its kind to launch in the US that unifies payments, cashback savings, and financial insights all in one place. This in-app challenge gives people the chance to earn stamps by completing everyday transactions; for example, paying a friend, or using tap-and-pay to make purchases. Once all five stamps are collected, Google Pay users will receive a $30 cashback reward to their Google Pay balance, while the offer lasts.
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