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Apple Card users get Luck-y with 3 free months of Apple TV+


Apple Card users get Luck-y with 3 free months of Apple TV+
Apple Card subscribers, it's your lucky day.
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Anyone who uses an Apple Card can get Apple TV+ free for three months. And the deal isn’t limited to new subscribers – current ones also qualify.

It’s a promo for the new Apple TV+ movie Luck, and has the tagline, “It’s your lucky day. For three whole months.”

Apple TV+ is free to Apple Card users for 3 months

Apple offers a lot of products besides computers, and it’s using one of those to promote another. Anyone who carries the company’s credit card can save on the monthly fee for its video streaming service.

“As an Apple Card user, you can enjoy 3 months free of Apple TV+,” says Apple’s description. The service costs $4.99 a month, so the total saving is $14.97.

These types of promos are often restricted to new subscribers to a service, as the deals are being used to entice additional customers. Not this one. Apple says its Apple Card deal is “for new and existing subscribers to Apple TV+.” But it excludes people who get the streaming service through an Apple One subscription.

The offer is available until October 31, 2022. To learn more, or to redeem the offer, visit Apple’s website.

Put your feet up and watch

The Apple TV+ promotion is tied to Luck because the animated film debuted Friday. But there’s a lot more to watch on the streaming service then this one movie, which is good because the Luck reviews aren’t very positive.

Apple TV+ boasts a growing catalog of series and films, including dramas, thrillers, comedies, sci-fi, documentaries and more. That includes recent hits like Black Bird and Severance, which proved quite popular with viewers and critics alike.


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