In the latest Apple Pay promotion, customers can get $15 off at 1-800-Flowers when they use ‌Apple Pay‌ to shop in the retailer's "Gift Collection." This can be done in the 1-800-Flowers app or on 1800Flowers.com now through Friday, February 15 at 11:59 p.m. ET.

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Apple's promo is themed around Valentine's Day (taking place one week from today on February 14), and notes that "sending love is easier with ‌Apple Pay‌." The company also points towards its own Apple Store app, Etsy, and Barneys New York as places to get shopping ideas for your significant other this week.

Apple typically marks major holidays with ‌Apple Pay‌ promos, including a series of promotions that kicked off last December aimed at holiday shoppers. Promo partners typically include Postmates, Ray-Ban, Warby Parker, Nike, StubHub, Instacart, and more.

Top Rated Comments

JohnApples Avatar
69 months ago
Huh, surprisingly the T-Mobile Tuesday deal this week was even better. $15 off plus no shipping charge even for Valentine’s Day delivery.
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bbeagle Avatar
69 months ago
People complain about the Apple Tax all the time.

When are people going to complain that Flowers, which cost like 10 cents for a dozen to make, sell for $60?
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max.ine Avatar
69 months ago
“Sending love is easier with Apple Pay” sounds absolutely dystopian.
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69Mustang Avatar
69 months ago
People complain about the Apple Tax all the time.

When are people going to complain that Flowers, which cost like 10 cents for a dozen to make, sell for $60?
10 cents? Dude, I didn't know God had overhead. I wonder how much would it cost for Him to make a tiger-grizzly-shark? If it's too expensive, I would be willing to contribute to a GoFundMe. Just puttin' it out there.

Amen.
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blevins321 Avatar
69 months ago
Dude, I didn't know God had overhead. I wonder how much would it cost for Him to make a tiger-grizzly-shark? If it's too expensive, I would be willing to contribute to a GoFundMe. Just puttin' it out there.

Amen.
And on the eleventh day, God created hydroponic greenhouses.
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