Unfortunately, you cannot get 6% cash back on the Apple Card. This card awards cardholders with 1 - 3% cash back, depending on the type of purchase. More specifically:
Every time customers use Apple Card with Apple Pay, they will receive 2% Daily Cash.
Customers will also get 3% Daily Cash on all purchases made directly with Apple, including at Apple Stores, on the App Store and for Apple services. You also get 3% cash back on purchases you make at select merchants like Exxon, T-Mobile, Nike, Uber and more.
Apple has also designed a titanium Apple Card for shopping at locations where Apple Pay is not accepted yet. For purchases made with the titanium Apple Card, customers will get 1% Daily Cash.
The Apple Card is most rewarding when used through Apple Pay. On non-Apple Pay purchases, you will receive just 1% cash back.
Shop through Apple Pay: You can use Apple Pay to pay anywhere it is accepted—in grocery stores, boutiques, restaurants and more. You can also use Apple Pay to make purchases on iTunes, Apple Music, the App Store, iCloud, Apple News+ and more.
Send money through Messages: You can use Apple Cash to send money to your iMessage friends. Just open a private conversation thread with the person you want to send money to. Tap the "Apple Pay app" icon just above the keyboard, where the rest of your iMessage apps are located. Enter the amount of money you want to send and tap "Pay."
Transfer money to your bank account: If you'd rather have your Apple Cash in your checking account, you can transfer the money directly from your iPhone. Just open the Wallet app and choose “Transfer to Bank.” Enter the amount you want to withdraw, then tap “Next.”
Pay off your balance: It's possible to use your Daily Cash earnings to pay towards your Apple Card balance. Open the Wallet app and select your Apple Card. Then, tap the “Pay” button, enter the amount you want to pay, and select “Pay Now.”
It’s also worth noting that your Apple Card’s cash back rewards will never expire. Even if you close the account, the money is still available in Apple Cash within the Wallet app.
Yes, the Apple Card is a cash back credit card, which gives 1 - 3% cash back on purchases and has an annual fee of $0. Once you earn cash back on your Apple Card, you can redeem it for Apple Cash or as a credit to your account.
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