T-Mobile now offers 3% Daily Cash for Apple Card users

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Apple Card has another partner for its Daily Cash offer.
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Apple Card’s reward program, called Daily Cash, has added T-Mobile to its growing list of partners. Starting September 20, all customers will receive 3% Daily Cash when they use Apple Card with Apple Pay at any T-Mobile store.

“We’re all about giving customers the best value in wireless, and we’re doing it again by offering 3% Daily Cash on Apple Card,” said T-Mobile CEO John Legere“More options. More value. And cash back, including on Apple’s newest products. It’s just the Un-carrier way.”

A press release by T-Mobile notes that:

“Combine [the 3% Daily Cash offer] with T-Mobile’s current offer — 50% off the latest iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max with 24 monthly bill credits and an eligible trade-in — and customers score serious savings on the latest and greatest. Plus, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max, a new pro line for iPhone, as well as the dual-camera iPhone 11, all tap into T-Mobile’s newest, most powerful signal, 600MHz, that gives customers better coverage and capacity than ever before in rural areas and buildings.”

The power of Daily Cash

Customers can earn Daily Cash with every qualifying purchase. It can be used for your Apple Card balance or else sent to friends or family, via iMessage.

The 3% Daily Cash back offer started exclusively for purchases made directly with Apple. That includes the Apple Store, Apple Online Store, App Store, iTunes, and for Apple services. Since then, Apple has added new partners who also offer the same 3% cashback terms. Partners include Uber and Uber Eats, plus Walgreens and Duane Reade stores.

All other Apple Pay purchases will earn Apple Card users 2%, while customers get 1% back when they shop with the physical Apple Card.

You can check out Cult of Mac‘s review of the Apple Card here.

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