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Apple Pay Deal of the Week: Get a $2 Off Reward from Panera Bread

Usually Apple sends out these emails out every Thursday morning, but after not having one for a little while, the company released one to get you all started off on your Monday.

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With this Apple Pay deal, users can make an order in the Panera Break, pay with Apple Pay and then in a future order, the user will be able to get $2 off their next order. You must be a MyPanera member too. The offer does show that it will work with Apple Pay Cash credit too. 

This offer does expire on March 24, 2019. This means that if you make a purchase through their app today or sometime this week and get the $2 reward, you must use it by the expiration date of March 24. If not, the $2 reward will go away. 

Terms and conditions of this promotion can be found below:

*Purchased required. Receive up to $2 off a future order when you place your first order in the Panera Bread app using Apple Pay March 11, 2019, through March 24, 2019, until 11:59 p.m. Must be a MyPanera member to receive reward. One reward per customer. Reward valid for 14 days from date of issuance. No cash back except as required by law. Gift cards and catering excluded. Other restrictions may apply. For complete MyPanera terms, visit the Panera Bread website.

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