Apple Card Users Will Now Receive 3% Daily Cash on Purchases at Ace Hardware

Apple Card users will now receive 3% Daily Cash on purchases made at Ace Hardware stores in the U.S., in the Ace Hardware app, and on AceHardware.com.

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To be eligible for 3% Daily Cash, the purchase must be completed via Apple Pay using the digital version of the Apple Card in the Wallet app on the iPhone or Apple Watch. Purchases made with a physical Apple Card will still receive 1% Daily Cash.

Ace Hardware is the first home improvement retailer to offer 3% Daily Cash for purchases made with an Apple Card via Apple Pay, up from the standard 2% rate. Other businesses that offer 3% Daily Cash in the U.S. include Apple, Duane Reade, Exxon, Mobil, Nike, Panera Bread, T-Mobile, Uber, Uber Eats, and Walgreens.

Apple Card is Apple's credit card, launched in 2019 in partnership with Goldman Sachs. The credit card remains exclusive to U.S. residents and can be managed completely through the Wallet app on an iPhone or Apple Watch, with features including color-coded spending summaries, daily cashback, and no fees of any kind beyond interest.

Top Rated Comments

Phil77354 Avatar
24 months ago
Well, I happen to have an Ace store just down the street, it's very convenient, and this is great as far as I'm concerned!
Score: 7 Votes (Like | Disagree)
dontwalkhand Avatar
24 months ago

Good for people who shop there. But I'll continue supporting my local neighborhood hardware store. There's something valuable in being on a first name basis with employees, and asking questions to someone that's been working there for many years.
Funny because that’s exactly how it is at my local ace. You realize Aces are individually owned right?
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
dontwalkhand Avatar
24 months ago

Some sort of reminder of where you can get 3% would be nice, maybe a list of vendors within the Apple Card view. Half the time I forget Panera offers 3% until I see charges when my wife goes.
It’s easy to forget about Panera because most people don’t like eating cardboard.

Ducks for cover, lmao!
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Kkspire Avatar
24 months ago
I have several close by that are nice local folks that I love to support. Great news!
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
dannyyankou Avatar
24 months ago
Good for people who shop there. But I'll continue supporting my local neighborhood hardware store. There's something valuable in being on a first name basis with employees, and asking questions to someone that's been working there for many years.
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Phil77354 Avatar
24 months ago

Apple Card needs the ability to download transactions, or I can’t use it for tax deductible purchases like Ace Hardware. . .
You can download statements and transactions to your phone using the app, or log in to your Apple Card account using your computer and do the same thing. On the iPhone you can save them as .CSV, .OFX, .QFX, or .QBO file.

https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT211236
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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