Apple Card offers double cash back on holiday Apple purchases

Apple Card offers double cash back on holiday Apple purchases


Just in time for the all-new Mac Pro.
Photo: Apple

Apple Card customers can enjoy 6% daily cash back on Apple purchases over the holidays.

Apple’s newest promotion arrives just in time for the all-new Mac Pro and Pro Display XDR, which go on sale today. But it applies to any Apple Store purchases — online and in-store — made through December 31.

Apple Card’s usual 3% daily cash back on Apple purchases is one of its primary selling points for Apple fans. It might not seem like a lot, but it makes a big difference when you’re splashing out on the newest devices.

And you’ll enjoy twice as much of it when you buy new Apple devices over the holidays.

Get 6% cash back with Apple Card

The offer applies to transactions made in-store and online from today through December 31. Any hardware you purchase outright is eligible for the increased rate, including iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple Watch.

It’s great news for those who are planning to order a 2019 Mac Pro today. Apple’s newest desktop will start at $5,999, which means you’ll get at least $359.94 back when you buy with Apple Card.

The promotion does not apply to digital content, such as App Store purchases or Apple service subscriptions, or AppleCare+ extended warranties. Customers will continue to earn 3% on those as normal.

Apple Card helps you save this holiday

As a reminder, you can earn cash back elsewhere when you shop with Apple Card this holiday.

T-Mobile, Duane Reade, Walgreens, and now Nike purchases all offer 3%. You will also earn 2% anytime you buy something with Apple Card using Apple Pay, and 1% when you buy anything with Apple Card itself.


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