Apple Offering Apple Card Owners 4% Daily Cash Back at Select Stores in July

Apple has launched a summer promotion for Apple Card owners, offering additional cash back from merchants that include HotelTonight, Petco, StubHub, Ray-Ban, Crocs, Fandango, Yeti, and J.Crew.

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Through July 31, Apple Pay purchases made with ‌Apple Card‌ from the above listed retailers will provide users with four percent Daily Cash, up from the standard two percent for an ‌Apple Pay‌ purchase. Customers can get four percent cash back on up to $3,000 in purchases.

Now through July 31, turn what would be 2% real cash1 back into 4% when making a purchase in apps or on the web using Apple Card with Apple Pay at StubHub, Petco, HotelTonight, Fandango, Yeti, J.Crew, Ray-Ban, and Crocs. There's no need to enroll. Simply double your Daily Cash.

Apple has an established ‌Apple Card‌ deal with merchants like Nike, Panera Bread, Walgreens, and Ace Hardware, offering three percent cash back for all purchases, but the four percent cash return is a limited time summer deal with participating retailers.

Top Rated Comments

BrownyQ Avatar
24 months ago
Would be nice if they instead offered this for normal, every day things. Like grocery stores, gas stations... who shops at Ray-Ban or Crocs that frequently?
Score: 18 Votes (Like | Disagree)
_Spinn_ Avatar
24 months ago
As usual these special offers don't apply to me.
Score: 8 Votes (Like | Disagree)
DeeGee48 Avatar
24 months ago
Would’ve been nice if APPLE were one of the “four percenters” for a month!
Score: 7 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Killbill2 Avatar
24 months ago
Yawn… I’m not their demographic.
Score: 7 Votes (Like | Disagree)
iJon Avatar
24 months ago

Would be nice if they instead offered this for normal, every day things. Like grocery stores, gas stations... who shops at Ray-Ban or Crocs that frequently?
These companies are likely footing the bill for the extra cash back which is why you don't see them on generic categories.
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
sw1tcher Avatar
24 months ago

As usual these special offers don't apply to me.
Easy solution.

1) Adopt a dog from your local animal shelter
2) Use Petco offer to buy dog supplies
3) Use Yeti offer to buy dog supplies ('https://www.yeti.com/dogs')

;)
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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