Apple Pay Promo Offers Four Months of Free Coffee From Panera Bread

Apple today sent out emails highlighting a new U.S. Apple Pay promotion, which will see Panera Bread offering four months of unlimited free coffee to those who sign up for a MyPanera+ Coffee subscription and use Apple Pay to check out.

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New subscribers who sign up for a MyPanera+ subscription by January 27, 2021 can get the first four months free. After that, the subscription is priced at $8.99 per month. Using ‌Apple Pay‌ for the subscription is a requirement.

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MyPanera+ subscribers who swap their payment method to ‌Apple Pay‌ are eligible to get a free cookie. The MyPanera+ program offers unlimited premium coffee (up to every two hours) in any size. Hot tea and iced coffee are included, as are unlimited refills, but espresso, iced cold brew coffee, iced tea, and cappuccino are excluded.

Panera Bread is also an Apple Card partner that offers three percent Daily Cash back on ‌Apple Card‌ purchases made at Panera Bread locations.

Top Rated Comments

maxfromdenmark Avatar
41 months ago
I got plenty of free cookies even here on macrumors.com
Score: 10 Votes (Like | Disagree)
CJ Dorschel Avatar
41 months ago
[people be like]

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Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
playaproved Avatar
41 months ago
The coffee is trash. Save yourself the hassle of having to cancel.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
MacLawyer Avatar
41 months ago
Panera coffee is watery and served cold from a tank. Yuck.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
nutmac Avatar
41 months ago

More subscriptions? LOL
First of all, you can get 3 months of free Panera+ without Apple Pay, so this promo is not that great.

I have espresso machine at home, so I would normally poo-poo their coffee. But I found their coffee to be pretty decent and $8.99/month is a great deal (normally costs more than $2) if you live near Panera.

Panera is owned by the same company that owns Peet's Coffee, and while Panera isn't at Peet's level, I find it to be better than Starbuck's. Yes, I realize most coffee snobs would rightly poo-poo Peet's and Starbucks. But just putting things into context.

I would prefer pastry subscription as my kids are addicted to their cinnamon crunch bagels.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Westside guy Avatar
41 months ago

Panera is owned by the same company that owns Peet's Coffee, and while Panera isn't at Peet's level, I find it to be better than Starbuck's.
You brought back a sad memory for me.

Back before COVID-19, my daily train commute to work would take me past Specialty's Bakery in Seattle, which served Peet's coffee (I love Major Dickason's) and made amazing pastries and quiches - a great place to pick up breakfast. Unfortunately Specialty's went under - permanently - around May 1 due to the effects of the pandemic (both the enforced shut-down and the overall drop in commuter business).

RIP, Specialty's - I miss you.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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