Get 30% off custom Ray-Ban glasses with the new Apple Pay promo

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What you need to know

  • There's a new Apple Pay promotion.
  • It'll get you 30% off Ray-Ban sunglasses or eyeglasses.
  • You can use the code at Ray-Ban's website until June 3.

A new Apple Pay Promo will get you 30% off Ray-Bans when you use code APPLEPAY through June 3.

As MacRumors reports:

Apple sends out Apple Pay promotional emails on a regular basis, and this week's promotion provides a 30 percent discount on custom sunglasses or eyeglasses from Ray-Ban when using ‌Apple Pay‌ and the promo code APPLEPAY at checkout.

The deal is only available through the website and is valid through June 3. As the report notes, Ray-Ban's website features its Custom Lab, allowing you to choose from 37 different frames, 149 lens types, and nearly 300 colors. Ray-Bans are usually pretty pricy, the custom options all running north of $100. The code only works on custom orders, but you'll be saving yourself a pretty penny if you use the code.

Apple sends out regular Apple Pay promotions to customers. It has previously run promotions with 1-800 Flowers, Dave & Busters, StubHub and also does large holiday promotions.

To take advantage of the discount, head on over to the customer section of and start customizing your glasses. Options include frame color and materials, lenses (with or without a prescription), temples and temple tips, and even personal engraving. Ray-Ban will deliver your custom glasses free within five business days, they even come in a special package, and you can customize the case!

As Apple Pay grows in popularity, estimates earlier this year predict that by 2025, Apple Pay may account for 1-in-10 global card transactions, (transactions, not just contactless ones) a staggering forecast.

Stephen Warwick
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