Apple Pay Promo Offers Free Drink With Purchase From Jimmy John's

Apple's latest Apple Pay Promo allows Jimmy John's customers who spend $10 or more to redeem a free drink with their purchase using Freaky Fast Rewards and ‌Apple Pay‌.


Jimmy John's customers can get the deal when they spend at least $10 when ordering ahead in the Jimmy John's app, on the jimmyjohns.com website, or in store, with the free drink available through September 27.

The deal is valid only at participating locations, and the Freaky Fast Rewards program from Jimmy John's is required to place a qualifying order that's paid for with ‌Apple Pay‌. One reward is available per Freaky Fast Rewards account.

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5 weeks ago
Wow, how generous.
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5 weeks ago
I liked Jimmy John's while we had one, but they shut down and a Jersey Mike's opened since. So much better.
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5 weeks ago
I've never eaten at a Jimmy John's, and I will never spend a single cent there.
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5 weeks ago
The day has come! I’ve been waiting for a good incentive to open another card.
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5 weeks ago
I could give a rip about what the owner does in his free time, but the sandwiches there are just simply not good. Yeah, you're gonna get a sandwich really fast - but it will not be good. Also, you can get on an intercom and tell them to cut the sandwich in half and they won't do it. I have once stopped the girl when she was about to wrap it up and asked her to cut it in half. She ignored me like I was Patrick Swayze in "Ghost". It was my mission to get them to cut a sandwich in half, but then I realized the sandwiches were awful and stopped going. To this day I ate every sandwich I ever got there whole. How do they sleep at night? How good can a sandwich really be when it takes 20 seconds to make? If I was a nascar driver on a pit stop, okay great. But I'm not, slow this thing down and make that thing with some TLC. Then cut it in half. Name one sandwich place where you get a stick of bread in one piece. Pro tip: You can't.
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I wonder why apple is paying for these lame promotions. What a waste of money.

Apple doesn't pay for these promotions ??
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