Apple Pay Promo Offers Holiday Discounts From Puma, Foot Locker, Madewell, Sunglass Hut and More

Apple today sent out a new Apple Pay promotional email, offering ‌holiday ‌Apple Pay‌‌ discounts from a range of merchants including

apple pay holiday offers
The promotions provide discounts or credits for future purchases when using ‌‌Apple Pay‌‌ to check out in an app or on the web, with a list below:

  • Puma - 20% off with promo code APPLEPAY.
  • Ray-Ban - 25% off custom styles with promo code APPLEPAY.
  • Under Armour - 25% off in the Under Armour app.
  • Warby Parker - A set of three free custom-designed pins.
  • Columbia - 15% off purchases at columbia.com.
  • Cuyana - Free leather card case when spending $200 or more.
  • J. Crew - Extra $25 off when spending $150+ with promo code APPLEPAY.
  • Foot Locker - 15% off when spending $99+ with promo code ‌Apple Pay‌.
  • Kids Foot Locker - 15% off when spending $99+ with promo code ‌Apple Pay‌.
  • 1-800-Flowers - $15 off when spending $39.99+ with promo code APPLEPAY.
  • Champs Sports - $15 off when spending $99+ on select styles with promo code APPLEPAY.
  • Cole Haan - 20% off with promo code APPLEPAY.
  • Madewell - $25 off when spending $150+ with promo code APPLEPAY.
  • Stadium Goods - Free ground shipping in Stadium Goods app.
  • Sunglass Hut - 25% off select items with promo code APPLEPAY.
  • Baublebar - $15 off full priced items with promo code APPLEPAY.
  • Bed Bath and Beyond - Extra 5% in My Funds rewards to be used toward a future purchase.

The deals will be available through December 21 when using ‌Apple Pay‌ in partner apps or websites in the United States. A full list of holiday ‌Apple Pay‌ discounts can be found on Apple's website with links to each site and more information on the deals.

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Top Rated Comments

michael31986 Avatar
47 months ago
I want the 6% Apple
Score: 8 Votes (Like | Disagree)
OriginalMacRat Avatar
47 months ago
Places I have never had any interest in shopping at.
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
dyvog Avatar
47 months ago
yes, yes, but what about the 6% Apple store Cash Back I expect them to announce this week?
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
dyvog Avatar
47 months ago

If I remember correctly from last year, wasn't that for the Apple Card and not Apple Pay in general?
You remember correctly. As Apple Card Cash Back generates Apple Pay value, I tend to think of them as one in the same, I guess they're technically not.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Scoob Redux Avatar
47 months ago
I didn't know any of these stores were still in business.
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szw-mapple fan Avatar
47 months ago

yes, yes, but what about the 6% Apple store Cash Back I expect them to announce this week?
If I remember correctly from last year, wasn't that for the Apple Card and not Apple Pay in general?
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