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Apple is again partnering with Postmates for this week's Apple Pay promotion, which offers a free delivery from the app when using Apple Pay for your first Postmates delivery. This means that the offer is valid only to new customers who have not previously made an order on the Postmates app before.

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If you qualify and are 18 years or older, the promotion will run through September 5, 2018. You can check if Postmates is in your area by downloading the app [Direct Link], and if it is you can then place an order for food, groceries, or many other items. Choose Apple Pay during checkout, and you'll get the first delivery for free. No promo code is required.

This week's Apple Pay promotion is themed around the weekend, and Apple encourages customers to "pick up supplies quicker at your favorite places" and pay with Apple Pay, including Baskin-Robbins, Jamba Juice, and Trader Joe's.

Apple offered the same promotion with Postmates back in May, and previously partnered with the delivery app in one of the first Apple Pay promotions last November. Other recent promotions include partnerships with StubHub, TGI Fridays, Adidas, Instacart, Fandango, and more.

Article Link: Apple Pay's New Promotion Offers Free Postmates Delivery for First Orders From New Customers
 

jmh600cbr

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Do these promos really work? If you haven’t used Postmates ever why would using Apple Pay really push you over the edge?
 
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rizzo41999

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Postmates is available in Boston and honestly, I’ve grown to love it. They fill the void for restaurants that don’t have a dedicated delivery service
 
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RDeckard

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Do these promos really work? If you haven’t used Postmates ever why would using Apple Pay really push you over the edge?

Ummm... So you could try the service (Postmates) for free?

You might find that the service works great for you at no cost/risk.
 
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