Tuesday , January 26 2021

PayPal Referral Program:$10 Sign-Up Bonus + $50 Referral Rewards

The PayPal Referral Program is now offering a $10 sign-up bonus and up to $50 in referral rewards.

PayPal Referral Program: $10 Sign-Up Bonus + $50 Referral Rewards

Want up to $50 in rewards?
We have three little wins that could add up to $50
when you use PayPal in a new way.

If you are new to PayPal, you can get a $10 bonus when you sign up, link your bank account or card, and spend or send $5 by December 31, 2020.

Once you are a PayPal member, you can earn up to $50 in referral rewards when you send 1 cent to your friends who don’t have PayPal.

$10 PayPal Sign-Up Bonus

If you are new to PayPal and would like to earn the $10 sign-up bonus, please feel free to request a referral from hiitsjb1@gmail.com or to exchange referrals in the below comments.

To qualify, you must sign up for PayPal via a referral request, link your bank account or card, and spend or send $5 or more by December 31, 2020.

You must also verify the cell number linked to your account with PayPal to be eligible for your $10 reward.

Any rewards earned will post to your account no later than January 31, 2021.

$10 PayPal Refer-A-Friend Bonus

Through PayPal’s Referral Program, you can earn up to $50 for referring your friends.

To refer a friend who doesn’t have PayPal, you must send them 1 cent from your PayPal account.

Your referees must sign up for PayPal and link their bank account or debit/credit card.

When they spend or send $5 or more by December 31, 2020, PayPal will send you both a $10 bonus.

Since you can do this with up to 5 friends, you could earn up to $50 in referral rewards.

Take advantage of these PayPal referral rewards and bonus offers for a limited time.

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