Apple Pay offers Valentine’s Day deals on flowers and jewelry

Apple Pay offers Valentine’s Day deals on flowers and jewelry


Apple Pay can save you money this Valentine’s Day
A 20% discount at BaubleBar with Apple Pay might brighten your Valentine’s Day. And there are more deals.
Photo: BaubleBar

Apple makes it easier to give your sweetie shiny baubles, pictures and flowers for Valentine’s Day. (What, no candy?) All that’s necessary is to use Apple Pay at 1-800-Flowers, BaubleBar or Shutterfly for various discounts.

An email from Apple that went out Thursday says, “Send your valentine — and yourself — a special treat with exclusive offers on flowers, jewelry, and more when you shop with Apple Pay. Now through February 14.”

The deals are:

  • 1-800-Flowers: $15 off when you spend $39.99 or more with promo code APPLEPAY.
  • Shutterfly: Free 5×7 custom Easel Back Canvas for photo display with promo code LOVEAPPLEPAY in app.
  • BaubleBar: 20% off earrings, necklaces, and more with promo code APPLEPAY

Note that the Shutterfly offer is available only in the photo service’s app. And all these deals expire on Valentine’s Day 2021.

You already have Apple Pay

Apple Pay is built into every type of Apple computer, from desktops to wearables. It does take a little bit of setup, though. Users must add their credit or debit cards to make payments. These can be online or in third-party applications.

iPhone and Apple Watch users can also use the system in stores or restaurants with compatible point-of-sale machines. It can even be used with many transit systems.

And Apple Card holders who use Apple Pay when shopping online in in-app get 3% Daily Cash back.

Apple routinely partners with retailers for special offers on products via Apple Pay.



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