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Samsung Pay adds in-app coupon search for its anniversary

You can browse retailers' digital coupons in-app.
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Samsung Pay is celebrating its first year in America by launching a feature couponers would love. The Korean company has teamed up with the owner of Coupons.com to make redeeming discounts much easier. Now, when you link your loyalty card or account with the app, you'll be able to browse all the digital coupons that retailer has to offer within Samsung Pay itself. You can also clip all the coupons you want to use, and they'll automatically be applied when you check out with the app.

Besides the nifty new feature for people shopping on a budget, the payment app is now much easier to use with a new device, as well. It stores your membership, gift and reward cards in the cloud, so you won't have to scan them or to type in your details again when you finally get that Note 7 replacement or that other Pay-compatible Galaxy phone you've been eyeing for quite sometime. Finally, Samsung is giving away 365 Gear S2 smartwatches to lucky Twitter users who tweet out an emoji-filled birthday message for the app. The Gear S2 is Pay-compatible, by the way, giving the winners a way to pay for purchases with a wave of their arm.

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