Apple Offering Discounts on Fitness Subscription Apps for Apple Card Users

Apple today began offering special app discounts and perks to Apple Card holders, a feature that appears to be new to the service. There are several Fitness-focused apps that are available at discounted prices or with an extended free trial for ‌Apple Card‌ users.

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Apple is offering an extended 60-day free trial for the Strava app, 40 percent off an annual subscription for Ten Percent Happier, 50 percent off an annual subscription for Sleep Cycle, and 50 percent off an annual Lifesum subscription.

All of these deals are exclusive to ‌Apple Card‌ holders and can be redeemed using links that are provided in the emails that are going out to ‌Apple Card‌ users.

Apple has offered a similar one-time discount for Panera Bread in the past, but the wording of the email suggests that going forward, Apple may be providing new offers on a monthly basis.

The email also highlights ‌Apple Card‌ Monthly Installment payments for Apple Watch and extra trade-in savings that are available at the current time as part of Heart Month.

Top Rated Comments

toph2toast Avatar
26 months ago
Does anyone know how to sign up for these emails? I've had an Apple card for over a year and have never received emails about these promotions.
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globality Avatar
26 months ago
Hey, where is discount for Apple Fitness+?
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nutmac Avatar
26 months ago
While at it, Apple should throw some bones for Apple Fitness+ and other Apple subscription services, at least 6% instead of 3%.

And I want to see discounted annual pricing option for all Apple subscriptions. So far, Apple offers annual discount for:

* Apple Arcade: $49.99/year vs. $4.99/month
* Apple Fitness+: $79.99/year vs. $9.99/month
* Apple Music Individual: $99.00/year vs. $9.99/month
* Apple TV+: $49.99/year vs. $4.99/month

Nothing for Apple Music Family, Apple News+, Apple One, and iCloud.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Xarthan Avatar
26 months ago
No Peloton discount? :)
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Janschi Avatar
26 months ago
I'm so tired of it that Apple only has Apple Pay promos in the US. (I know this is the Apple Card and only available in the US)

Why do they hate their non-US customers so much?
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
toph2toast Avatar
26 months ago

Thank you. I was looking in the iCloud settings. ?‍♂️ And really appreciate your taking the time for a complete step-by-step explanation! That's what makes these forums great...and makes up for the noize from the the complainers. (You know who you are. ;))
Sure thing! It's been driving me nuts seeing these articles and wondering where my email was. Glad to know I wasn't the only one :)
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