New Apple Card Users Can Earn $50 in Bonus Daily Cash When They Spend $50 at Walgreens

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Apple and Walgreens have partnered up on a new offer to entice U.S. users to sign up for Apple Card, with users who open an account during the month of June eligible to receive $50 in bonus Daily Cash if they spend at least $50 on their Apple Card at Walgreens within the first 30 days.


The offer can be found in the Walgreens iOS app at the bottom of the Weekly Ad & Coupons page, and you can tap directly from the offer page into the Wallet app to start an Apple Card application.

For users with an Apple Cash card, Daily Cash earned through Apple Card purchases is transferred to Apple Cash, where it can be used for person-to-person payments and more. Alternatively, it can be applied to an outstanding Apple Card balance.

Walgreens has been a close partner with Apple in promoting Apple Card benefits, becoming one of the select merchants offering a premium 3% Daily Cash back on purchases made using an Apple Card via Apple Pay.

In April, Walgreens expanded the 3% Daily Cash offer to include purchases made with a physical Apple Card at Walgreens drive-thrus. That offer was originally set to expire at the end of June, but has since been extended through July.

Article Link: New Apple Card Users Can Earn $50 in Bonus Daily Cash When They Spend $50 at Walgreens
 

MrMacintoshIII

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This is one of the worst sign up bonus credit card offers I've ever seen.
I guess all the other benefits mean nothing to you. All the other benefits that no other cards provide. But since you’re so obviously biased I’ll let others point it out to you. I’m too annoyed by forum members like you who neglect to research what Apple Card offers people that no other card does. This is my last response to you.
 

farewelwilliams

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I guess all the other benefits mean nothing to you. All the other benefits that no other cards provide. But since you’re so obviously biased I’ll let others point it out to you. I’m too annoyed by forum members like you who neglect to research what Apple Card offers people that no other card does. This is my last response to you.
I have an Apple Card. Maybe you should research that before you make a completely erroneous assumption. You are the very type of forum member that you are annoyed by.
 

MrMacintoshIII

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I have an Apple Card. Maybe you should research that before you make a completely erroneous assumption. You are the very type of forum member that you are annoyed by.
well guess I’m breaking what I said and responding again.

if you have one already then you know this is but one of many benefits they’ve had or have been adding since the beginning. I’m sorry for your greed... not sure what more you could want from them. They already give back more than any other free credit card.
 

farewelwilliams

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well guess I’m breaking what I said and responding again.

if you have one already then you know this is but one of many benefits they’ve had or have been adding since the beginning. I’m sorry for your greed... not sure what more you could want from them. They already give back more than any other free credit card.
I'm not talking about the benefits. I'm talking about the sign up bonus. The credit card I signed up for before the Apple Card got me $1k as a sign up bonus. The card before that got me $500.
 

troy14

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well guess I’m breaking what I said and responding again.

if you have one already then you know this is but one of many benefits they’ve had or have been adding since the beginning. I’m sorry for your greed... not sure what more you could want from them. They already give back more than any other free credit card.
Lol what? Not only is this signup bonus incredibly weak and minuscule compared to so many other cards.. the benefits of an Apple Card absolutely suck as well. 3% back on Apple purchases? lol.

I guess the only thing worth a damn is zero fees including foreign transaction. Though there are other cards with no fees that are much better and have insanely better sign up bonuses.
 

Dimwhit

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Lol what? Not only is this signup bonus incredibly weak and minuscule compared to so many other cards.. the benefits of an Apple Card absolutely suck as well. 3% back on Apple purchases? lol.

I guess the only thing worth a damn is zero fees including foreign transaction. Though there are other cards with no fees that are much better and have insanely better sign up bonuses.
Agreed. As a credit card, the perks aren't great. I got it strictly to attach to my Apple account to get me 3% (since that's 1% more than I'd get with my main CC). I don't use it for anything else (I would at Walgreens for the 3%, if I ever shopped there). I like the integration with iOS, but that's offset by the fact I can't automatically download transactions through Quicken. It's a 'meh' credit card for the most part.
 
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rulymammoth

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Agreed. As a credit card, the perks aren't great. I got it strictly to attach to my Apple account to get me 3% (since that's 1% more than I'd get with my main CC). I don't use it for anything else (I would at Walgreens for the 3%, if I ever shopped there). I like the integration with iOS, but that's offset by the fact I can't automatically download transactions through Quicken. It's a 'meh' credit card for the most part.
wait. It’s 3% for any Apple purchased and 2% for ANY purchases using Apple Pay either online or in person. That now includes a LOT of stores. And then it’s 1% on everything else.

For a no fee credit card, that’s not so bad!
 
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MrMacintoshIII

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It’s also the only credit card that lets you put no money down on any iPhone, pay only a minimal amount a month, for 24 months, without adding a hard credit check, or a loan, or any other ********. No interest if paid in full. There is no other way to get such a great deal. If you want you can pay for a $399 iphone SE over 2 years. It is exceedingly generous.

Tim said this benefit will soon apply to other Apple products besides iPhones as well. This is currently the easiest way to afford Apple products as a consumer while also building your credit score and learning how to integrate into the credit system which is extremely beneficial for people.

Apple Card is also the only card I’m aware of to have made it so easy and obvious that for COVID-19 specifically users are able to defer payments for many months now.

I could keep writing about all the special benefits I’m getting with the Apple Card and how it’s giving me more back than I’ve ever gotten with other cards without any annual fees.

I could go on about the perfect integration in Wallet but it’s never worth the time explaining why something is so good even if it doesn’t come with 5000 bonus travel miles or something equally inane that in the end locks you in with a bank that hasn’t shown how much it values the end-user compared to how much Apple has already proven it does with its COVID policies specifically, not even to speak of the multitude of benefits they continue to add as time goes on.

It’s clear Apple Card isn’t your cup of tea but to call it a bad card is exceedingly narrow-sighted and an outright falsehood, seeing as it has many, many specific perks that currently no other card has.
 
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Dormammu

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It’s also the only credit card that lets you put no money down on any iPhone, pay only a minimal amount a month, for 24 months, without adding a hard credit check, or a loan, or any other ********. No interest if paid in full. There is no other way to get such a great deal. If you want you can pay for a $399 iphone SE over 2 years. It is exceedingly generous.

Tim said this benefit will soon apply to other Apple products besides iPhones as well. This is currently the easiest way to afford Apple products as a consumer while also building your credit score and learning how to integrate into the credit system which is extremely beneficial for people.

Apple Card is also the only card I’m aware of to have made it so easy and obvious that for COVID-19 specifically users are able to defer payments for many months now.

I could keep writing about all the special benefits I’m getting with the Apple Card and how it’s giving me more back than I’ve ever gotten with other cards without any annual fees.

I could go on about the perfect integration in Wallet but it’s never worth the time explaining why something is so good even if it doesn’t come with 5000 bonus travel miles or something equally inane that in the end locks you in with a bank that hasn’t shown how much it values the end-user compared to how much Apple has already proven it does with its COVID policies specifically, not even to speak of the multitude of benefits they continue to add as time goes on.

It’s clear Apple Card isn’t your cup of tea but to call it a bad card is exceedingly narrow-sighted and an outright falsehood, seeing as it has many, many specific perks that currently no other card has.
calling everyone biased.
Biased much?
You don’t need to justify anything, just saying.
lol.
 

Airforcekid

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It’s also the only credit card that lets you put no money down on any iPhone, pay only a minimal amount a month, for 24 months, without adding a hard credit check, or a loan, or any other ********. No interest if paid in full. There is no other way to get such a great deal. If you want you can pay for a $399 iphone SE over 2 years. It is exceedingly generous.

Tim said this benefit will soon apply to other Apple products besides iPhones as well. This is currently the easiest way to afford Apple products as a consumer while also building your credit score and learning how to integrate into the credit system which is extremely beneficial for people.

Apple Card is also the only card I’m aware of to have made it so easy and obvious that for COVID-19 specifically users are able to defer payments for many months now.

I could keep writing about all the special benefits I’m getting with the Apple Card and how it’s giving me more back than I’ve ever gotten with other cards without any annual fees.

I could go on about the perfect integration in Wallet but it’s never worth the time explaining why something is so good even if it doesn’t come with 5000 bonus travel miles or something equally inane that in the end locks you in with a bank that hasn’t shown how much it values the end-user compared to how much Apple has already proven it does with its COVID policies specifically, not even to speak of the multitude of benefits they continue to add as time goes on.

It’s clear Apple Card isn’t your cup of tea but to call it a bad card is exceedingly narrow-sighted and an outright falsehood, seeing as it has many, many specific perks that currently no other card has.
You can buy Macs right now 5% back paid over 24 months with the Amazon card no yearly fee. I use the Apple card for general spend but you need multiple cards to max benefits getting 2% back on flights gas or grocceries is pretty bad as an example and easy areas to get 5% or more.
 

Smearbrick

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well guess I’m breaking what I said and responding again.

if you have one already then you know this is but one of many benefits they’ve had or have been adding since the beginning. I’m sorry for your greed... not sure what more you could want from them. They already give back more than any other free credit card.
Which other free credit cards have you used? Lots of free cards that have way better cash back incentives.

That being said, I love the integration with the wallet app. I love the ability to change my number on whim if I get an inkling that I might have purchased something from somewhere less than secure.
 

Johnny Steps

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It’s also the only credit card that lets you put no money down on any iPhone, pay only a minimal amount a month, for 24 months, without adding a hard credit check, or a loan, or any other ********. No interest if paid in full. There is no other way to get such a great deal. If you want you can pay for a $399 iphone SE over 2 years. It is exceedingly generous.

Tim said this benefit will soon apply to other Apple products besides iPhones as well. This is currently the easiest way to afford Apple products as a consumer while also building your credit score and learning how to integrate into the credit system which is extremely beneficial for people.

Apple Card is also the only card I’m aware of to have made it so easy and obvious that for COVID-19 specifically users are able to defer payments for many months now.

I could keep writing about all the special benefits I’m getting with the Apple Card and how it’s giving me more back than I’ve ever gotten with other cards without any annual fees.

I could go on about the perfect integration in Wallet but it’s never worth the time explaining why something is so good even if it doesn’t come with 5000 bonus travel miles or something equally inane that in the end locks you in with a bank that hasn’t shown how much it values the end-user compared to how much Apple has already proven it does with its COVID policies specifically, not even to speak of the multitude of benefits they continue to add as time goes on.

It’s clear Apple Card isn’t your cup of tea but to call it a bad card is exceedingly narrow-sighted and an outright falsehood, seeing as it has many, many specific perks that currently no other card has.
Who hurt you?
 
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trip1ex

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I'm not talking about the benefits. I'm talking about the sign up bonus. The credit card I signed up for before the Apple Card got me $1k as a sign up bonus. The card before that got me $500.
yeah but those cards have annual fees. The no fee cards have much smaller sign up bonuses.
Apple’s is pretty lame but mostly because it is Walgreens and because 50% off at Walgreens is regular price at a Walmart.
 

coffeeplease

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yeah but those cards have annual fees. The no fee cards have much smaller sign up bonuses.
Apple’s is pretty lame but mostly because it is Walgreens and because 50% off at Walgreens is regular price at a Walmart.
Not true, there are many no annual fee cards out there with bigger sign up bonuses. To name a few:
  • American Express Blue Cash Everyday: $150
  • Bank of America Cash Rewards: $200
  • Chase Freedom: $200
  • Chase Freedom Unlimited: $200
  • US Bank Cash+: $150
 
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sw1tcher

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Spend $50 at Walgreens and get $50 back. That would help make many of the overpriced items at Walgreens the same price as other places. 😆
 
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