T-Mobile Offers 3% Daily Cash on ALL In-Store Purchases Using Apple Card

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Looking to buy a new smartphone or accessory from T-Mobile? Thanks to a new partnership with Apple, you can now get 3 percent Daily Cash back if you use your Apple Card.

T-Mobile CEO John Legere announced the new offer in a tweet ahead of the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro launch tomorrow, Sept. 20.

It appears that the promotion only applies at brick-and-mortar T-Mobile locations. On the other hand, it does seem to apply to “all purchases.” So you can just as easily get Daily Cash on a new iPhone 11 Pro as you could on an Android device or an iPhone accessory.

You’ll also be able to pay your T-Mobile bill and get 3 percent Daily Cash back. But, as the carrier told The Verge, you’ll need to actually go into a physical T-Mobile store and make a one-time payment there in-person. Any payments made online or over the phone will only net 1 percent cash back.

The Uncarrier joins an increasing selection of retailers and companies offering 3 percent Daily Cash via Apple Card. Currently, that list also includes Walgreens (and Duane Reade) stores, as well as purchases made on Uber or Uber Eats.

Users must leverage Apple Pay at T-Mobile to get the increased cash back rate, rather than the physical Apple Card.

The titanium Apple Card usually only nets 1 percent cash back, while Apple Pay usually nets 2 percent.

This isn’t the only promotion that the Uncarrier is holding ahead of new iPhones. T-Mobile also recently announced that it’s offering 50 percent off the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro or iPhone 11 Pro Max if you trade in a qualifying device. You can learn more details about that offer here.

That does mean that you could potentially get a new iPhone 11 Pro Max for just $550 if you trade in an iPhone XS Max on launch day, as well as 3 percent Daily Cash back if you use your Apple Card in-store.

You can apply for an Apple Card through the Wallet app on your iPhone. Apple’s new lineup of iPhone 11 devices officially launches tomorrow.

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