Apple Pay is offering users new promotional back-to-school discounts at leading retail stores in the United States. Through August 11, 2021 shoppers at Bed Bath & Beyond, Billabong, J.Crew, Land’s End, and Quicksilver can avail up to 45 percent off on purchases with a promo code. As more and more people are getting COVID-19 vaccination shots, social activities are expected to resume soon. So, Apple is giving students an opportunity to do smart shopping and go back to schools in style.
Launched in 2014 in the U.S, the service allowed users to make easy contactless payments via their iPhones. Recently, support for Apple Pay was released in FNB in South Africa, HeyBanco in Mexico, and ING in Belgium.
Avail exciting discounts with new Apple Pay promotional offer at Bed Bath & Beyond, J. Crew and other stores
The company’s back-to-school promotion is live; for 2021 offer, students will get free AirPods with the purcahse of new iPhone, iPad, and Mac at education prices, along with app bundles and other Services. As per the details in the new promotional email, users can get the following discounts by August 11 2021, with the promo code.
- Bed Bath & Beyond: 15% in My Funds rewards when you shop in the app to use toward a future purchase.
- Billabong – 30% off a single item with promo code APPLEPAY.
- Quiksilver – 30% off any single item with promo code APPLEPAY.
- J. Crew – An extra $25 off when spending $150 or more with promo code APPLEPAY.
- Lands’ End – 45% off full-priced styles with promo code APPLEPAY.
Apple promotes its Service with offers like one-year free Apple TV+ subscription with the purchase of new products. Recently, Apple Card holders saw a new exclusive deal in the iPhone’s Wallet app which offered three months free Apple News+ access with unlimited free coffee at Panera. The deal is live for Apple Card holders on iOS 14 and iOS 15. Click here to learn more about Apple Pay.
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