Get 6% Cash Back at Ace Hardware With Latest Apple Card Promotion

Apple Card holders can get extra Daily Cash back when making purchases at Ace Hardware during the month of June, according to a new email Apple started sending out today.

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From now until June 30, ‌Apple Card‌ users who make a purchase at Ace Hardware can earn six percent cash back instead of the standard three percent cash back. Getting the extra cash requires Ace customers to use Apple Pay with the ‌Apple Card‌ specifically, and the promotion is limited to up to $500 in purchases.

‌Apple Card‌ owners who spend $500 at Ace Hardware will earn a total of $30 in Daily Cash during the month. Purchases can be made at participating Ace Hardware stores, the Ace Hardware website, and the Ace mobile app.

Apple partners with several retailers to offer three percent Daily Cash back on ‌‌‌Apple Pay‌‌‌ purchases made with ‌‌‌Apple Card‌‌‌, including Ace Hardware. Three percent cash back can also be earned from Panera Bread, T-Mobile, Nike, Uber Eats, Uber, Panera, Walgreens, Exxon Mobil, and Apple's own retail stores.

Standard ‌‌‌Apple Pay‌‌‌ purchases earn two percent cash back, and all other purchases earn one percent.

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Top Rated Comments

dannyyankou Avatar
3 weeks ago
There were actually a couple things I was thinking of getting from Ace Hardware so this is perfect timing.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
BigBellyBelcher Avatar
3 weeks ago
Beware Ace might be the helpful place but the return policy (if the item can even be returned) is nothing compared to Lowe's or Home Depot. You have been warned.
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MTShipp Avatar
3 weeks ago
I gladly pay near-equal to slightly higher prices of Lowe’s at my local ACE just to avoid the hassle of traffic, parking, and forced self-checkout. My local ACE is 2 miles closer, in a smaller shopping center, friendly staff, and they will check me out rather than ignoring me and forcing me to use self-checkout at Lowe’s.

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GrayFlannel Avatar
3 weeks ago
Using Ace Hardware is like shopping for groceries at a gas station. But I still use one for small items. If anyone is planning to make $500 in purchases Ace is not the place.
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ghanwani Avatar
3 weeks ago
Well, they've run out of AI headlines, so now back to financial engineering.
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FineWoven Avatar
3 weeks ago

I just spent over a hundred there last week. :confused:
Apple seems to run this promotion at regular intervals, at least once or twice a year from what I’ve seen, and I purposely wait until then to get anything I may need from Ace Hardware haha. There’s one in my neighborhood so it’s convenient too. It’s nice because I knock out a few things on my home hardware wishlist and get a little Apple Cash bonus at the same time.
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