PayPal, Get $15 Credit When You Make a Purchase on United Flight
PayPal has a new offer that can get you a $15 credit when you make your first purchase with United in-flight, using PayPal QR code functionality. Check out the details of the offer below.
Make your first Eligible Purchase using PayPal QR code functionality on participating flights operated by United Airlines or United Express within the United States and get a $15 reward. Reward will be added to the participant’s account after the Eligible Purchase is completed, once the Eligible Participant’s device is connected to the internet. If you do not have or open an account with PayPal that is capable of holding a balance, you can only transfer your reward to your bank account or debit card that is linked to PayPal. There is a limit of one (1) Reward per Valid Account and 16,666 Rewards in total.
Starts at 12:00:01 a.m. Eastern Time (“ET”) on February 7, 2022 and ends at 11:59:00 p.m. ET on March 31, 2022 (“Qualification Period”).
- Purchases made with a Valid Account using PayPal QR code functionality on participating flights operated by United Airlines or United Express within the United States (“Eligible Purchases”).
- Eligible Purchases do not include: (1) any purchase made through PayPal checkout (the PayPal button), not using PayPal QR code functionality, (2) send/receive money transactions (including those marked as a “Goods and Services” payments), not using PayPal QR code functionality, (3) charitable donations, (4) purchases made using PayPal.me, (5) PayPal Cash Mastercard®, PayPal Cashback Mastercard®, PayPal Prepaid Mastercard®, PayPal Extras Mastercard®, and PayPal Business Debit Mastercard®, purchases directly and not through a QR code purchase using a Valid Account; and (6) purchases made in any other currency than USD. If an Eligible Purchase is refunded, results in a failed capture, or otherwise does not complete during the Offer Period, that Eligible Purchase will not qualify for earning the Reward.
If you’re taking a domestic United flight before the end of March, then this is worth a try for a $15 credit. Hopefully you can get it to work for in-flight purchases.