South Korean electronics giant Samsung Group has renewed its partnership with crypto shopping application Lolli, providing opportunities for shoppers to earn reward points in Bitcoin (BTC) when shopping for Samsung products.

After its initial run in February 2019, Samsung and Lolli are rolling out their rewards deal for the upcoming holidays.

As Christmas season approaches, shoppers have the option to get up to 1.5% of their money back in Bitcoin when shopping for Samsung electronics through the Lolli app.

“Look who’s back! We are thrilled to announce the relaunch of our partnership with Samsung! Lolli users can now earn up to 1.5% Bitcoin back on amazing Samsung products once again. Whether you are looking for a new TV, a mobile phone, or even a laundry machine for your house – Samsung has it all!”

In addition, Lolli users receive a referral code that they can share with friends and family and earn $10 worth of BTC when those connections make a purchase through the app using the code.

Lolli has teamed up with more than 1,000 top merchants in an effort to boost widespread crypto adoption. Counted among Lolli’s biggest partner brands are Walmart, Lululemon Athletica, Nike, Postmates, and Old Navy. During last year’s holiday season, Lolli gave away 50,000 satoshis, equivalent to 0.00050000 BTC or $3.67 at that time, to users who “stacks sats at Nike” to celebrate its partnership with the fitness apparel company.

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