New Apple Card Customers Can Get 5% Cashback on Apple Products This Month

Apple has announced that customers who open an Apple Card account between December 1 and December 25 are eligible for an increased 5% Daily Cash on Apple products purchased with the card between those dates at Apple Stores and on

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The following purchases with the Apple Card are ineligible for 5% Daily Cash: purchases made with Apple Card Monthly Installments or the iPhone Upgrade Program, wireless carrier financing plans, Apple services, and monthly AppleCare+ payments. Full terms and conditions are listed at the bottom of the Apple Card website.

Apple Card typically offers 3% Daily Cash on purchases completed via Apple Pay at Apple, Nike, Panera Bread, Walgreens, T-Mobile, Exxon Mobil, and Ace Hardware. Other purchases made with Apple Card via Apple Pay are eligible for 2% Daily Cash, and purchases made with the physical Apple Card are eligible for 1% Daily Cash.

Apple's credit card launched in 2019 and is available for approved U.S. customers only.

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Macintosh Quadra 840av Avatar
20 months ago
Here come the complaints from current customers for not being included.

Every credit card does this. It's how they get people to sign up. Amex Platinum gives you 100,000 points for signup. Many give you a pile of cash back after hitting a certain spend. This is common of most every credit card out there.
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JapanApple Avatar
20 months ago
ti`s the season to spend money.........and then spend money you don't have........fa la la la.....oh my bank account
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grouch Avatar
20 months ago
Wish Apple offered higher cash back at more locations - the 2% cash back on apple pay is great but you can get 5% off Apple products on Amazon with the prime card any time.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
harriska2 Avatar
20 months ago

Here come the complaints from current customers for not being included.

Every credit card does this. It's how they get people to sign up. Amex Platinum gives you 100,000 points for signup. Many give you a pile of cash back after hitting a certain spend. This is common of most every credit card out there.
I get 5% back on Amazon purchases using my amazon card ?‍♀️
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
oneteam Avatar
20 months ago

I don't understand the Apple Card. I purchased a refurb iPad using the card. Found a better deal at Amazon so I called Apple and received a cancellation authorization. As soon as the refurb arrived I sent it back to Apple. Now I have a $14.95 Apple Daily Cash charge I can't get rid of. Called ApplePay and did not receive an understandable answer. The whole thing should zero out, correct? Am I missing something?
When you return an item, the cash received as cash back stays on your Cash Account. On your Apple Card transactions you should see a credit for the item you returned and a change for the amount of the cash back you originally received for the item you purchased (and now you've returned).
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Little Endian Avatar
19 months ago

This seems like a good deal. I got some sort of bonus when I signed up for my Apple Card a while back. I use my Apple Card for many purchases just because it's convenient. I love how I can always see the balance clearly in the Wallet app and payments are easy and instant. I have a Discover card that I use sometimes because during certain periods it has better cash back.

The trap here is your $50 or whatever as a bonus will cost you hundreds of dollars in interest over the year. They're not giving that money out without expecting something in return. Unless you're disciplined enough to pay off the balance every month and not purchase something you can't afford stay away from these offers.
Words of wisdom.… yet word to the wise. As long as you live within your means and read terms carefully you can game the system. Never paid a dime in interest on any credit card debt in my entire life. I have made at least $30k to as much as $50k in rewards, bonuses, and signup offers over the last 20+ years.

Yup over the last 20+ years…. But hey it sure adds up!!! It‘a like getting a free car or two, several vacations, major home renovation etc on someone else’s dime.

There is nothing wrong with consumerism unless you are an undisciplined consumer. That is the beauty of Capitalism!! It is politically incorrect to tell somewhat the right answer is! Instead we find ways to make money from everyone’s individual dreams and diversity!!

Ouch.. went a little off topic… But the overall message is as long as you at an afford it and make it work then praise to you!! and if not… then well I guess it sucks to be you. That’s the beauty of it all! You let people build their own prisons through their own decisions!!
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