New Apple Card Users Can Get $75 Daily Cash Back When Spending $75+ at Nike Stores [Updated]

Nike customers who sign up for a new Apple Card can get $75 cash back when spending $75 or more on Nike products with a promotion that Nike is highlighting in emails sent out to customers today. The deal is also outlined on Apple's website.

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Through November 15, new ‌Apple Card‌ members who sign up and spend over $75 at Nike using Apple Pay will receive $75 cash back, with the deal available to customers who make the purchase within 30 days of opening a new ‌Apple Card‌ account. Purchases can be made from Nike.com, in Nike apps, or at Nike stores.

The deal is available for new ‌Apple Card‌ holders only, with the $75 bonus delivered as Daily Cash that can be added to an Apple Cash card or used as a credit on an ‌Apple Card‌ statement balance.

Apple has offered similar bonus deals in the past, providing sign up deals like $50 cash back for the first Apple service purchase or $50 in bonus cash when making a purchase at Walgreens. ‌Apple Card‌ deals rotate often, and this one will last through mid-November.

Update: There is also a new ‌Apple Pay‌ promotion offering 15% off at American Eagle when using the promo code APPLEPAY in the AE + Aerie app, on ae.com, or on aerie.com through October 21.

Top Rated Comments

gaximus Avatar
44 months ago
What about us loyal customers that have had the card since day 1
Score: 8 Votes (Like | Disagree)
tharitm Avatar
44 months ago

What about us loyal customers that have had the card since day 1
Exactly! At least give us the double cash back.
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
dannyyankou Avatar
44 months ago
What I’m wondering is whether they’ll have the 6% cash back at Apple Stores for the holidays. I might hold off on my 12 pro max purchase if so.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
rum0rm0nger Avatar
44 months ago

What about us loyal customers that have had the card since day 1
That's pretty much every credit card promotion - open only to "new" cardholders, which is often defined as not having had an open account within the past 12-24 months, sometimes as long as 48 months, or others with more arcane eligibility rules.

Their goal is to add new customers while doing just enough to retain existing customers. Same with most any service, really (wireless, cable, streaming, etc.)
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
blacktape242 Avatar
44 months ago
spend money at nike? hahaha no thanks....
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Trik Avatar
44 months ago
Would this work on the Nike Apple Watch? Might be a good way to save $75 on a new Series 6 Nike Apple Watch!

[UPDATE]

https://www.nike.com/t/apple-watch-series-6-gps-with-nike-sport-band-40mm-silver-aluminum-case-3PKG9w/M00T3LLA-043
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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