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Apple Pay Deal of the Week: Exclusive Deals in Select Apps

For this week’s Apple Pay Deal of the Week, there are some exclusive deals in select apps that Apple Pay users can take advantage of over the course of the next week. 

Here are the following exclusive deals that can be acquired in Apple Pay over the next week:

  • GOAT: Up to 30 percent off the exclusive Springtime Sneakers collection
  • Jet: 10 percent off patio and garden furniture
    • Maximum discount of $15 off
  • Hotwire: $15 off $100 Hot Rate Hotel bookings
  • Adidas: 15 percent off all Apple Pay purchases
  • Hayneedle: 10 percent off all Apple Pay purchases
  • Headout: 15 percent off all Apple Pay bookings
  • Saks Fifth Avenue: Free beauty gift with a purchase
  • Spring: $25 off your first purchase of $75 or more
  • Turo: $25 off all Apple Pay bookings
  • ChargePoint: Get a $5 credit when you set up Apple Pay in the ChargePoint app
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This is all very similar to last week’s Apple Pay Deal of the Week, with some of those deals being transferred over this week’s set of deals too. All of these deals can only be applied if you use Apple Pay as your choice of payment method. Be sure to use these while you can!

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