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Apple Pay Deal of the Week: Get Two Free Bike Share Rides with Ofo.

The Apple Pay Deal of the Week is all about traveling and getting around town, specifically with the Ofo app. 

With this deal this week, users will be able to get two free bike shares in the Ofo app as long as they pay with Apple Pay. However, when checking out, users will have to type in the “Apple18” promo code. On top of that, users can use only the iPhone to take advantage of this deal

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The offer can be used between now and June 20, 2018. Here are the official terms and conditions for this promotion:

* Offer valid June 13 through June 20. Enter promo code “Apple18” in the ofo app for two $2-off coupons, valid for seven days after code is applied; a coupon will be applied to each of the next two rides while valid. Apple Pay must be selected as default payment method before code is applied. Riders on a free trial should apply code after trial ends. Valid for iPhone users in the U.S. only. ofo bike sharing is available in select U.S. cities. Offer from ofo only.

Remember that last week’s Apple Pay Deal of the Week is also still available and will be available until mid-August 2018. Click here for details on that.

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