Apple Card is Providing $55 Per Day to Pay for a WSJ Subscription

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Customers who obtain an Apple Card and subscribe to WSJ Digital using the new card by the end of January will receive $55 Daily Cash, which covers the cost of the subscription for one year plus additional fees, according to an email sent to customers this week by Apple.

Naturally, the offer is a great way for new customers to try out the Apple Card as well as a way for Apple to advertise Daily Cash, one of the card’s biggest perks. You receive cash back from Daily Cash on each Apple Card purchase. Depending on the merchants, this cash back could be up to 3%.

You must use this specific website to apply for an Apple Card in order to be qualified for the promotion. You will then have 60 days to subscribe to WSJ Digital and receive your $55 cash back if your Apple Card is approved. After January 31, 2023, no Apple Card applications will be accepted for the promotion. Unfortunately, current Apple Card holders are not eligible for the offer.

Apple offers a physical card in addition to Apple Card, which is based on Apple Pay, for locations that do not accept NFC payments. Currently, it’s only accessible in US.

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