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Apple today sent out a new Apple Pay promo email, offering Apple Pay discounts from merchants that include Burger King, Puma, Cole Haan, HBX, Oakley, 1stdibs, Stadium Goods, and Sunglass Hut.

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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:
  • Burger King - Get a $1 Whopper in the Burger King app.
  • Cole Haan - 20% off plus free shipping with code APPLEPAY.
  • HBX - 15% off full priced streetwear with code APPLEPAY.
  • Oakley - $25 off next purchase when spending $100+ on sunglasses.
  • Puma - 20% off shoes, apparel, and more with code APPLEPAY.
  • Sunglass Hut - 15% off select styles with code APPLEPAY.
  • 1stdibs - $100 off luxury goods when spending $500+ with code APPLEPAY.
  • Stadium Goods - 10% off street stylus plus free shipping in the Stadium Goods app.
Apple also highlights Apple Pay partners who offer free shipping and returns, which includes Calvin Klein, Cole Haan, Chico's, Soma, Tommy Hilfiger, and White House Black Market.

The deals will be available through July 1 at 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time when using Apple Pay in partner apps or websites in the United States. A full list of summer Apple Pay discounts can be found on Apple's website with links to each site and more information on the deals.

Article Link: Apple Pay Promo Offers Discounts From Puma, Oakley, Sunglass Hut and More
 

newyorksole

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Waiting for the day that there’s a truly *exceptional* Apple Pay deal. $1 Whoppers is actually really good, but I don’t eat at Burger King Lol.

Here’s hoping Chipotle, McDonald’s or another chain I love gets onboard haha.
 

Rocko99991

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The Oakley discount isn’t bad. Although the $25 would probably just cover the tax in most cases, but nonetheless. I’ve always been content with Oakleys quality.
I agree. While all sunglasses are overpriced IMO, Oakley lens clarity is among the best.
 

edubfromktown

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I agree. While all sunglasses are overpriced IMO, Oakley lens clarity is among the best.

Yeh- my only beef is that the polarizing coating eventually turns to crap but I guess I can't really complain.

I've had two sets of the Half Jacket 1.0 frames for nearly a couple of decades now. One has polarized black iridium and the other Hawaiian blue (yellow) lenses which are awesome for pedaling on MTB trails in fading light when the days get shorter.
 

Rocko99991

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Yeh- my only beef is that the polarizing coating eventually turns to crap but I guess I can't really complain.

I've had two sets of the Half Jacket 1.0 frames for nearly a couple of decades now. One has polarized black iridium and the other Hawaiian blue (yellow) lenses which are awesome for pedaling on MTB trails in fading light when the days get shorter.
Yeah, I have experienced the same. The coatings and lens material is not durable. I have tried other brands and maybe I am just picky but I do see distortions and inconsistent polarizing across the lens. I have just relegated myself to shelling out $200 every couple of years.
 
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