What you need to know
- Apple has launched its latest Apple Pay promotion.
- The new promotion offers $20 off a purchase of $100 or more in the adidas app.
The latest Apple Pay promotion wants to help you save some money at adidas for Father's Day.
Apple has sent an email to Apple Pay customers earlier today announcing its latest promotion to offer savings at adidas when you make a purchase through the adidas app. The promotion is offering $20 off select items when making a purchase of $100 or more. The promotion starts today and runs through Thursday, June 17.
There are some things to note in the terms of the offer. For one, it is only available to domestic orders placed in the United States. There are a number of collections not included in the offer as well including YEEZY, Disney, and Human Made.
The email also highlights a number of other brands that might be the source of a good gift idea for Father's Day including Best Buy, Dick's Sporting Goods, Lands' End, and Dunkin Donuts.
If you're picking up something from adidas for your Dad it might also be a good time for him to sport an Apple Watch. For the best deals there, check out our list of the Best men's Apple Watch 2021.
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