Apple Card Now Offers 3% Cash Back on Nike Purchases via Apple Pay

Apple Card users will now receive 3% Daily Cash when making purchases via Apple Pay at Nike stores, on Nike.com, in the Nike app, and across SNKRS, Nike Training Club, and Nike Running Club, according to TechCrunch.


3% Daily Cash only applies to Nike purchases made with the Apple Card via Apple Pay. The physical Apple Card only offers 1% Daily Cash.

3% Daily Cash was initially limited to purchases made directly with Apple, but partners now include Uber and Uber Eats, Walgreens, Duane Reade, T-Mobile, and Nike. Apple says additional partners will be added over time.

All other purchases made with the ‌Apple Card‌ via ‌Apple Pay‌ will continue to receive 2% Daily Cash.

To apply for an ‌Apple Card‌, simply open the Wallet app on an iPhone running iOS 12.4 or later, tap the plus button in the top-right corner, and follow the on-screen steps. The process takes just a few minutes, and if approved, your digital ‌Apple Card‌ will be ready for purchases immediately.

Daily Cash is unlimited and paid out daily to your Apple Cash account. For more details, make sure to check out our Apple Card guide.

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2 weeks ago
Neat, but I'll never buy a Nike product again.
Rating: 20 Votes
2 weeks ago


So that $100 pair of shoes (outrageous price!) will net you a one-time $3.00 in Apple Cash? Is that how it works? Guess that helps offset the $20 in interest for an unpaid balance. ?


This mentality is faulty. I pay off my balance every month and pay 0.00% interest. I use my Apple card for purchases I was already going make and enjoy the free cash back. Don't buy something you can't pay for, especially crappy shoes.
Rating: 18 Votes
2 weeks ago
So $1000 for a phone is okay and $100 for a pair of trainers is a no-no. The heck is wrong with you people.
Rating: 13 Votes
2 weeks ago


So that $100 pair of shoes (outrageous price!) will net you a one-time $3.00 in Apple Cash? Is that how it works? Guess that helps offset the $20 in interest for an unpaid balance. ?


Well if you are dumb enough to buy $100 shoes and not pay your credit card off entirely, life isn't going to be that kind to you anyway. It's a terrible world out there.
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Love my Apple Card. Can’t wait to see what other companies they partner with.

Had the card since June though and it still doesn’t show up on any of my credit reports smh.


These are the little tidbits of news shareholders love.
Rating: 11 Votes
2 weeks ago
Apple Card becoming stronger all the time. Solid card.
Rating: 6 Votes
2 weeks ago


So that $100 pair of shoes (outrageous price!) will net you a one-time $3.00 in Apple Cash? Is that how it works? Guess that helps offset the $20 in interest for an unpaid balance. ?


If you think $100 is outrageous in terms of price, I'd hate to show you some of my collection (non-Nikes).
Rating: 5 Votes
2 weeks ago
Now you can Max out your card on pairs of Nike Air Max ordered on your Macs, like the MacBook Air.
Rating: 4 Votes
2 weeks ago


Until they offer 2% back on every purchase, this makes no sense when compared to the CitiDouble card. Using Apple Card for any purchase that only gives 1% is throwing away 1% for no reason whatsoever.


How does it make “no sense”? You literally get unlimited 2% Daily Cash on every purchase made using Apple Pay. There are no foreign transaction fees. And now you get 3% Daily Cash on companies aside from just Apple.

I fail to see how it “makes no sense...”
Rating: 3 Votes
2 weeks ago


So that $100 pair of shoes (outrageous price!) will net you a one-time $3.00 in Apple Cash? Is that how it works? Guess that helps offset the $20 in interest for an unpaid balance. ?

What crappy Nike shoes are you paying only a $100 for. Anything decent is at least $175
Rating: 3 Votes
2 weeks ago


Now you can Max out your card on pairs of Nike Air Max ordered on your Macs, like the MacBook Air.


i nike what you did there)
Rating: 3 Votes

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