Apple today sent out emails highlighting its latest Apple Pay promotion, which offers Apple Pay users a $25 coupon after they spend $100 at Oakley.com.

To get the reward, users must make a purchase of $100 or more from the Oakley website and then use Apple Pay as a payment option when checking out.

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The discount is not immediate and will not apply to the $100 purchase, but will instead be provided as an additional $25 discount coupon within two weeks of purchase.

Apple says the deal will be available from October 18 through October 24. The $25 coupon must be redeemed before December 31, 2018, and it can only be used on full-price items. The full fine print:

Offer valid on purchases of $100 or more on Oakley.com with Apple Pay from October 18 through 24. Customers will receive their $25 coupon via email within two weeks of purchase. Limit one per customer. Coupon must be redeemed before December 31, 2018, and can only be used on full-priced items. Cannot be combined with other promotions or discounts. Void where prohibited. Some restrictions apply. Offer only valid with Oakley.

Apple's latest email also promotes several other companies that offer outdoor and cold weather gear including Ugg, The North Face, and Teva, all of which support Apple Pay.

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Top Rated Comments

OldSchoolMacGuy Avatar
61 months ago
The Oakley website is always the most expensive spot to buy their products (short of clearance items). There are much better deals to be had on other sites than this $25 discount.
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MrJeffreyGee Avatar
61 months ago
I'm surprised Apple hasn't offered these discounts with supermarkets. Food is a necessity and it would make Apple Pay skyrocket.
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Mr Kram Avatar
61 months ago
meh
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