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Google Pay Referral: $21 For Both People

Google Pay is offering a $21 referral bonus for both the person signing up and the person referring. Check out Google Pay’s (GPay) relaunch referral promo!

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Google Pay Overview

Google has relaunched Google Pay (GPay) after announcing major new features.

The biggest update is a Venmo-like ability to pay people, groups, and businesses. You can also split payment for things like dinner or rent – and even use Google Pay to order food or buy gas, all from within the app.

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Google Pay Referral $21 Offer

My Referral Link

Ninja Update: Google has lowered the referral bonus to $10 for the referrer and $10 for the new member. If you signed up before the change, you should still get the $21 bonus, even if you meet the requirement later.

Ninja Note: Interested in more Google Pay deals? Search this site for other available Google Pay deals.

To celebrate the relaunch, Google is offering a referral bonus of $21 – both to the person signing up and the person referring. To receive the bonus, the person signing up needs to complete their first qualifying payment for December 31.

A qualifying payment is considered a payment of $10 or more.

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Google Pay $21 Referral Bonus Terms & Conditions

  • Google Pay referral offer expires on December 31, 2021.
  • Both you and your friend must be opted into Google Pay rewards to be eligible.
  • Your friend must be new to Google Pay and must not have accepted previous referrals.
  • Your friend needs to make a qualifying transaction of $10 or more.
  • While supplies last, both you and your friend get $21 each when they sign up with your unique referral code and make their first qualifying payment during the offer period. Qualifying payment includes:
    • Sending money to a friend they haven’t paid before; OR
    • Making a contactless payment in-store (NFC-enabled Android phones only)
  • You can earn a maximum of 3 referral rewards with this offer.

The maximum amount of referrals was originally 10, but they have changed it to 3 due to overwhelming demand.

Other Referral Offers:

The Bottom Line

The previous version of Google Pay was subpar, but things look promising here.

I consider the new features a must-have in order to compete with other apps like Venmo and PayPal, but what’s setting up Google Pay for success are the various promos that they’re offering (free money to use at Walmart and Target for example). I’ll make another post soon further explaining this.

Feel free to leave your referrals in the comment section. DO NOT SPAM. If I see multiple links by the same person, I’ll mark it as such (which will make it harder for you to comment in the future).

Once a referral link is used, please make a comment letting everyone know so readers can move on to the next link.

106 thoughts on “Google Pay Referral: $21 For Both People”

  1. Expires January 15, 2022

    Join me on Google Pay!
    Hi! Download the Google Pay app with my link and we will both get rewards when you pay a friend or tap to pay using Google Pay.

    Terms apply. Valid for my first three referrals. g.co/payinvite/fo07b47

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  2. Please use ha7je92 as referral code to get $21.
    1. Download and install google pay
    2. Sign up using your email and add eligible card
    3. On your profile, enter referral code as ha7je92
    4. Send to $10 to someone via google pay or pay $10 using NFC in any store.
    5. Boom – you get $21 as free money.

    Thanks

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  3. Download the new Google Pay app with my invite link – we’ll both earn $21 when you make your first qualifying payment of $10 or more to another person. While supplies last!

    More than happy to coordinate sending $10.00 to each other if we agree to complete the bonus with ease.

    https://g.co/payinvite/2a21903

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  4. Download the new Google Pay app with my invite link – we’ll both earn $21 when you make your first qualifying payment of $10 or more. While supplies last!
    3 left

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  5. https://g.co/payinvite/q27d54i

    Download app using my link
    Pay someone $10
    Get a notification for $21 reward
    Go to explore, Click on the gold reward box
    $21 will be added to your account
    Transfer to your linked bank account

    Don’t forget to also link the rewards to your credit card, there is a $21 off $50 target rewards. Works for $50 target GC

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  6. I have two spots left! I will send the $10 back immediately so we can get our rewards! Not here to scam. Tis the season for milking google. Download the new Google Pay app with my invite link – we’ll both earn $21 when you make your first qualifying payment of $10 or more. While supplies last! https://g.co/payinvite/721ij5n

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    • If you’re willing to send first and get the money back after, I’m open to it. I haven’t seen you post here before and just want to be careful. Let me know if you’re okay with this.

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  7. I have two spots left! I’ll send you the $10 and you can send it back and get your reward! Download the new Google Pay app with my invite link – we’ll both earn $21 when you make your first qualifying payment of $10 or more. While supplies last! https://g.co/payinvite/2048403

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    • Update: In order to earn the referral bonus, one can refer to his/her own friend/known person and then transfer the money($10+) to each other. This will be still eligible for referral bonus. I just did the same.

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    • Signed up using your link Joe. If I understand everything correctly, I get the $21 referral bonus if I make a payment in-store with an NFC-enabled Android phone or by sending someone $10, but not by taking advantage of deals done online (like the Target $21 Google Pay offer) right?

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