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Grab 10% off on tickets through StubHub in the newest Apple Pay promotion

[2020-01-24 02:39:17]

Get ready for game day. With Apple Pay. What you need to know Apple has launched its newest Apple Pay promotion. Customers can save 10% on StubHub tickets. You must pay using Apple Pay in the StubHub app by January 29th. Apple periodically runs a promotion for Apple Pay that offers exclusive savings to customers through a specific merchant. Just last week, the company launched a promotion where customers could save 50% on games at Dave & Busters. Well, it only took another week for the latest Apple Pay promotion to get here, and its a great one for anyone who likes to attend anything from a concert to a sporting event. Between today and January 29th, anyone who uses Apple Pay to pay for a ticket using the StubHub app will get 10% off their purchase. StubHub is a popular ticketing service that offers tickets to a ton of events worldwide, covering anything from sporting events, concerts, theater tickets, and comedy shows. Those who have tickets that will not be used can also...

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