|Sorry, this deal is no longer available. Do you want to be alerted about new deals as they’re published? Click here to subscribe to Frequent Miler's Instant Posts by email.|
Shopping portal Retailmenot is currently offering 20% back on purchases at Samsung.com up to $50 back. That would stack with the current Chase Offer for Samsung purchases that’s good for 20% back also. Stacking both could get you as much as $100 back on $250. If you’ll be spending more than that and/or value Membership Rewards at greater than 2 cents each, you should consider the Rakuten portal for 10% / 10x back. One potential deal with this is to get the cheapest phone available for Samsung Pay in the hopes of gaining access to offers for 20% back at Best Buy, Walmart, etc (up to $100 per transaction). There’s no guarantee you’ll get those offers, but it might be worth taking a shot at it.
- Get 20% back at Samsung.com up to $50 back via shopping portal Retailmenot
- Direct link to this promotion
20% cash back with rewards earnings not to exceed $50.
Combine with other offers for an even better deal!
Cash back is earned on the qualifying purchase total after any discounts and before any fees, taxes, or shipping and handling are applied.
Purchases of gift cards are excluded.
The deal here is really if you’re spending around $250 or less and it’s murky depending on your valuation of Membership Rewards points since Rakuten is offering 10% / 10x at Samsung with no cap versus the deal through Retailmenot, which caps rewards at $50.
Still, with the right item Retailmenot can make more sense. For instance, let’s say you were looking for this Windows Mixed-Reality headset:
As you can see, it’s on sale for $249.99 at Samsung right now. It looks like it is $229.99 through B&H at the moment. However, if you stack 20% back via Retailmenot with 20% back via Chase Offer, your net cost would be $150 (plus tax on $250 of course). That’s a decent chunk of savings over the next available price. I have not tracked Mixed-Reality headset prices, but that seems pretty good to me (though I know nothing about this headset or mixed-reality gaming beyond the fact that I got a different mixed-reality set with a laptop a couple of years ago and thought it was pretty cool).
Perhaps even more interesting for those readers interested in Samsung Pay, Samsung.com is offering the Samsung Pay-equipped unlocked Galaxy A50 from $224.99 (our affiliate link, though you’ll want to shop through Retailmenot instead if you’d like to stack offers).
After stacking Retailmenot and Chase Offers, that’s a net cost of $134.99, but there’s a catch: You will need to trade in any working smartphone. Yeah, that last part got me, too, initially. The price shown is assuming a trade-in. Still, that might not be a bad deal. The trade-in terms state that any working iOS or Android phone that powers on and has no cracks in the screen or camera gets you the $50 off that they are assuming for the above pricing. I have a really old Samsung Galaxy S2 on my shelf collecting dust that sounds like it would net me $50 off for the $224.99 price shown above (which drops to $134.99 after cash back).
The advantage here of course is that if you get the A50, you can then set it up with Samsung Pay. I do not know for sure whether or not that will unlock the recent Samsung Pay offers (like 20% back on many items at Best Buy, Walmart, Home Depot, Kohl’s, and more retailers up to $100 per transaction), but at a net $135, it might be worth taking a swing at it. It seems like those offers may be targeted, so I really have no idea whether buying a new phone will activate them. Note that you could surely find a used A50 or Galaxy S6 on eBay for even less, but if you’d prefer to use a new phone to set up Samsung Pay and you’ll get targeted for and use the 20% back multiple times, this deal could pay for itself. It’s not a cheap gamble, but for resellers the price may be cheap enough to warrant taking a shot at it anyway.
Samsung sells lots of other stuff, so there are some other potential deals depending on what products you’re shopping for.
Note that while I’ve written a bit about Retailmenot and other portals that aren’t listed on Cashbackmonitor, I have not been using it for shopping and thus can’t comment as to the reliability of payouts, though I imagine it to be as good as any other portal if you follow best practices for portal shopping.