Apple brings back Apple Card referral program for limited time

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Apple has officially revived a program that will enable current Apple Card users to help out their family and friends.

The company has brought back its Apple Card referral program. When a current Apple Card user refers someone to Apple Card, the person signs up and they are approved, the new Apple Card user will get $75 in Daily Cash after signing up and making a purchase with Apple Card in their first 30 days of having it.

This news also comes at a time when Apple just announced last week that Ace Hardware would be the newest 3% Daily Cash merchant. Other 3% merchants are Apple itself, Panera Bread, T-Mobile, Uber, Uber Eats, Walgreens, Duane Reader, Exxon Mobil and Nike.

Purchases made in stores with an iPhone or Apple Watch using Apple Card will get 2% in Daily Cash and just 1% if the physical titanium card is used. Online purchases where the business accepts Apple Pay as a payment method will get 2% in Daily Cash too. Other websites like Amazon and Walmart that do not accept Apple Pay and the Apple Card number is manually typed in, those purchases will only get 1% in Daily Cash.

Apple is planning on having this Apple Card referral program end on Tuesday, May 10. You can go to the Apple Card link here to be referred to sign up for Apple Card.

What are your thoughts on this Apple Card promo? Do you plan on referring anyone? Comment below or let us know on Twitter at @appleosophy.

David Becker
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