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Apple Card users can now get 3 percent in Daily Cash at Exxon and Mobile stores

Apple Card is still one of Apple’s newest services, as well as one of the newest credit cards on the market. If you’re a big-time Apple user, it is the card that can make life easier and sync with all of their other Apple devices.

It was announced today that Apple Card users can now get three percent back in Daily Cash when using their Apple Card at Exxon and Mobil convenience stores. There are over 11,500 Exxon and Mobile stores in the U.S.

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This means that when a customer goes to an Exxon or Mobil convenience store to make a purchase and does so with their Apple Card on their iPhone or Apple Watch, they can get three percent in Daily Cash, which will go to their Apple Cash card.

Please note that this does not include using the physical Apple Card, as that will still only get you one percent in Daily Cash.

This new feature is included when paying for gas in the Exxon Mobil Rewards+ app on the iPhone, where users of it can have a truly contactless experience and not have to pay from the pump (putting your card in the card reader) or go inside to pay that way.

Other businesses where Apple Card users can get three percent in Daily Cash are the Apple Store (online and retail stores, Walgreens, Duane Reade, T-Mobile, Uber, Uber Eats and Nike.

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