Apple Pay Promo Offers $25 Coupon After $100 Purchase From Oakley

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    Apple today sent out emails highlighting its latest Apple Pay promotion, which offers Apple Pay users a $25 coupon after they spend $100 at Oakley.com.

    To get the reward, users must make a purchase of $100 or more from the Oakley website and then use Apple Pay as a payment option when checking out.

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    The discount is not immediate and will not apply to the $100 purchase, but will instead be provided as an additional $25 discount coupon within two weeks of purchase.

    Apple says the deal will be available from October 18 through October 24. The $25 coupon must be redeemed before December 31, 2018, and it can only be used on full-price items. The full fine print:
    Apple's latest email also promotes several other companies that offer outdoor and cold weather gear including Ugg, The North Face, and Teva, all of which support Apple Pay.

    Article Link: Apple Pay Promo Offers $25 Coupon After $100 Purchase From Oakley
     
  2. OldSchoolMacGuy macrumors 601

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    The Oakley website is always the most expensive spot to buy their products (short of clearance items). There are much better deals to be had on other sites than this $25 discount.
     
  3. redneckitengineer macrumors regular

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    Ya, this isn’t a good deal. Your safer in an Oakley store. Their website is straight MSRP full price, and this coupon is no good for sale items anyways. Meh
     
  4. MrJeffreyGee macrumors regular

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    I'm surprised Apple hasn't offered these discounts with supermarkets. Food is a necessity and it would make Apple Pay skyrocket.
     
  5. JUiCEJamie macrumors 6502a

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    When is any other country gonna get an Apple Pay offer?

    Saying that - question - does anyone know if it’s happened?

    Jennifer Bailey needs to globalise!
     
  6. tennisproha macrumors 65816

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    How does one get these emails. I have it on in settings but still nothing.
     
  7. fairuz, Oct 18, 2018
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    Would prefer for payment methods to stay simple and not have tons of promos like credit cards do. It's annoying to track this stuff and even more annoying to hear my friends debate about it. Plus it's kinda anticompetitive when a form of payment makes deals with retailers.
     
  8. vicviper789 macrumors member

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    does apple sell anything that costs less than $25 with the exception of dongles?
     
  9. 69Mustang macrumors 603

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    Yes they do, but it's irrelevant here. Apple isn't selling anything. Oakley is.
     
  10. Superhai macrumors 6502

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    Here in Norway there had been some.
     
  11. jwpoof macrumors member

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    I’d say it’s actually competitive, not anti-competitive. Apple is competing for your business. There is nothing about this deal that prevents another payment option from also striking a deal.
     
  12. fairuz, Oct 21, 2018
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    The issue is competition among retailers. The payment method corps, of which there are very few, pick a few retailers to promote, and only big ones that are worth their time.
     

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