No, the Apple Card does not offer rental car insurance. Even though the Apple Card doesn’t have rental car insurance, this perk is one of the few credit card benefits that still come with many credit card offers.
In general, credit card rental car insurance provides coverage against damage and theft of a rental vehicle, up to a certain amount. You get this benefit when the rental is paid for entirely with an eligible credit card. To get coverage, the cardholder must decline the rental agency’s insurance plan.
You can activate your Apple Card through your iPhone. More specifically, your new Apple Card is sent in a special wallet-style packaging which contains an NFC (Near Field Communication) tag. This tag initiates the link between the physical Apple Card with the digital one in the Wallet app on your iPhone.
You will need a compatible iPhone with the latest iOS version to activate your Apple Card.
Here is how to contact the Apple Card customer service:
Online: Contact Apple through the Messages app on your Apple device and you will be routed to the Apple Card customer service for any account-related questions. Alternatively, you can chat with an agent by using the Apple Wallet app and tapping "Message."
You cannot get an Apple Card cash advance because the card does not allow cash advances at all. However, you can use the Apple Card for purchases wherever cards on the Mastercard network are accepted.
The fact that Apple Card cash advances are not an option might actually be a blessing in disguise. Cash advances are very expensive, thanks to a cash advance fee and a separate cash advance APR that apply as soon as you withdraw the...
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