Apple Pay's New Promo Offers Up to Three Free Deliveries From Grubhub, Seamless, and Eat24

The latest Apple Pay promo has launched today, offering users the chance to get up to three free restaurant deliveries in select apps.

To take advantage of the March Madness-themed promotion, customers can enter the code "HOOPS" at checkout in Grubhub, Seamless, and Eat24 (in apps or on websites), and pay for their orders via Apple Pay to get a free delivery.


The offer is limited to three redemptions per diner and three per device during the promo period, and does not cover the cost of the meal in the order. The new promo will end on April 2, 2018 at 11:59 p.m. CT.

Apple is also encouraging customers to checkout faster using Apple Pay within food apps like Pizza Hut, Subway, and BevMo!, as well as clothing and ticketing apps including Nike, SeatGeek, and GOAT.

The last Apple Pay promo was for TouchTunes and gave anyone on Spring Break the chance to add three free song credits to their account in the jukebox-like iOS app. Prior to that, promos have launched for Fandango and Instacart multiple times, Postmates, and more.

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8 months ago
I should be able to walk in pretty much any store with a touchpad card reader and use Apple Pay. The only place I use it is Wegmans. We're 3 or 4 years in and this is as good as it gets?

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8 months ago

It’s always interesting when a credit card terminal accepts it, but the employee is still standing there telling you to swipe your card.


I had that happen to me, and it was at an Express when AP rolled out about 2 months prior, which was an Apple Pay launch partner. They had the signage right there on the reader and everything and their cashier was arguing with me about being able to pay with a phone. It ended up working, but I did take the very rare step of reaching out to a corporate department to ask them to enhance their employee training. It was really annoying to have to read the store's own signage to their own employee and explain what it meant.
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8 months ago
I recently travelled to Australia for the first time. I was there for 8 days and I paid for literally everything with Apple Pay. Not once did I have to pull out cash or a credit card.

The difference is that tap terminals are mandatory there.
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8 months ago
It’s always interesting when a credit card terminal accepts it, but the employee is still standing there telling you to swipe your card.
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