New Apple Pay Promo Launches With Special Holiday Offers From 12 Different Stores

Apple today began the latest promotion for Apple Pay, this one themed around holiday shopping. During the event, you can gain access to special offers from 12 different online stores from December 6 through December 19.


Below we've listed every website and app and their special offers. Of course, to get the offers you'll need to checkout using Apple Pay and a compatible debit or credit card, and these offers are available in the United States only.

Websites


  • Abercrombie & Fitch - $10 off when you spend $100 or more
  • Allbirds - Exclusive Galactic Blue shoelaces with Apple Pay purchases
  • Outdoor Voices - $20 credit when you spend $95 or more
  • Pier 1 - 10 percent off all Apple Pay purchases with code APPLE10
  • Smartwool - 15 percent off all Apple Pay purchases with code APPLEPAY15
  • Uniqlo - $15 off and free shipping when you spend $99 or more with code APPLE

Apps


  • BJ's Wholesale Club - $10 off when you spend $150 or more in the BJ's Wholesale Club app
  • Boxed - 15 percent off all apple Pay purchases with code APPLEPAY15
  • HBX - Free shipping when you spend $50 or more
  • Houzz - Free shipping on special products in the Houzz app
  • Saks Fifth Avenue - Free beauty gift with Apple Pay purchases in the Saks app with code SAKSAPL5
  • Warby Parker - Exclusive collapsible Parker Case with Apple Pay purchases
As it usually does, Apple also reminds shoppers that they can use Apple Pay Cash, this time with the example of chipping in for a friend's holiday gift. The last few Apple Pay promos included partnerships with Panera Bread, Ray-Ban, Postmates, and more.



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6 days ago at 05:28 am

Sorry apple you have to do much better than that to get me to use Apple Pay. You have to pay me a percentage each time or it’s not worth the hassle.


Apple Pay is less hassle than cards!
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5 days ago at 07:12 am

Apple Pay is less hassle than cards!

And way more secure. I mean WAY more
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5 days ago at 07:19 am

Apple Pay is less hassle than cards!

Yup. I literally never pay any other way when Apple Pay is available.
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6 days ago at 06:01 am

In addition to your very valid points, fumbling and dropping your card is also a lot less upsetting than dropping a £1000+ phone on the floor. Assuming the person hasn't already spent a further £300+ on a watch.

Until such time that every retailer can accept payment via a phone, my driving licence is accepted as proof of ID via my phone, all my reward cards can work via my phone (and switching between them and payment whilst stood at a till is painless) and I can withdraw cash from a cash-point with my phone and my phone battery will never go fully flat so as not to leave me financially "beached", my wallet will be by my side as well.


Yes, but that is also where I opt out. Unless the officer is forbidden from touching my phone with my drivers license, I am in no way interested in them taking my device back to their car.
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6 days ago at 05:11 am
Boring deals.
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6 days ago at 05:42 am

Apple Pay is less hassle than cards!


I disagree. Not everyone takes ApplePay. Therefore, I still need to have my card with me. Since I can also tap my card it’s typically easier to just pull that out, and if tap to pay is unavailable with that merchant I just use the chip.
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5 days ago at 07:02 am
Nice to see Apple doing this, I use it wherever I can - for the security if nothing else. Apparently the Chip Cards are still being stolen like the prior ones here in the U.S. - so ApplePay's automatic one time use numbers are totally awesome.

I disagree. Not everyone takes ApplePay. Therefore, I still need to have my card with me. Since I can also tap my card it’s typically easier to just pull that out, and if tap to pay is unavailable with that merchant I just use the chip.


So what card are you using that's Tap and Pay and which country are you in? Here in the U.S. the only card I've seen with Tap and Pay enabled is CostCo's Visa (which CostCo, or its bank, only allows the tap and pay to work at CostCo, very cool, but nowhere else...unbelievable).

The Banks here didn't enable the PIN part of Chip and PIN even though it'd be much more secure because they make more money per transaction if the buyer doesn't enter a code (since it gets counted as a debit then and charged much less in transaction fees) - so we have no PIN. I'm guessing Tap and Pay has something similar here (lower transaction fees for banks) in the U.S. since few to no banks are offering it.
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