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New Apple Card users - $50 signup credit after first use on Apple services

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$50 seems kinda low for a new credit card, but it is better than $0 if you were thinking about getting the card.


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Valid only for new Apple Card holders who open an account July 1, 2020 through July 31, 2020, and make any purchase from Apple Services (https://www.apple.com/legal/inter...es/itunes/) in the United States within 30 days of opening an Apple Card account.
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$50 cash back is earned as Daily Cash and is transferred to your Apple Cash card after a qualifying purchase has posted to your Apple Card account. If you do not have an Apple Cash card, Daily Cash can be applied by you as a credit on your statement balance.
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$50? lol....
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$50? lol....
Yup lol ...
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$50? lol....
Do you all know of a better deal for the Apple Card?
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Do you all know of a better deal for the Apple Card?
yes, non-apple card.
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$50? lol....
thats alot.
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Apple only does a soft pull when approving a credit line. If you're not concerned with taking a hit to average age of accounts, you can get an approval in the app and then freeze your credit reports (free service offered by each credit bureau) before clicking approve. Once frozen, click approve.

They will attempt to do a hard pull but fail, and you'll still be able to use the card without any new inquiries on your account.
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I got a card 2 weeks ago. You think Apple will give me the credit now?
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$50? lol....
It's offensively low, but easy since you only need to spend $1 to trigger the bonus.
Would you prefer a $500 credit *when you spend $5,000 at an Apple store In 90 days*?
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It's offensively low, but easy since you only need to spend $1 to trigger the bonus.
Would you prefer a $500 credit *when you spend $5,000 at an Apple store In 90 days*?
$200 cash back from Chase after spending $500 in 90 days. Which is a lot better than this crappy deal.
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Lol $50? They are assuming the people who apply for card are homeless people
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What a deal 🤣
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I mean, considering they are offering any at all is pretty huge. I knew I did the right thing by waiting. Maybe the deals will get better, not sure.

But you can pretty much bet it will never match the other non Apple Card's. Ever.
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Apple only does a soft pull when approving a credit line. If you're not concerned with taking a hit to average age of accounts, you can get an approval in the app and then freeze your credit reports (free service offered by each credit bureau) before clicking approve. Once frozen, click approve.

They will attempt to do a hard pull but fail, and you'll still be able to use the card without any new inquiries on your account.
?? wouldn't an HP come thru eventually? what the hell lol

Apple Card is not as desirable but non-hp credit card are always a deal.
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Apple only does a soft pull when approving a credit line. If you're not concerned with taking a hit to average age of accounts, you can get an approval in the app and then freeze your credit reports (free service offered by each credit bureau) before clicking approve. Once frozen, click approve.

They will attempt to do a hard pull but fail, and you'll still be able to use the card without any new inquiries on your account.
I looked into this because it seemed like a good deal, but this appears to be inaccurate. This was the case when the card rolled out 10 months ago, but more recently (1-3 months) it seems they will do a hard pull a month or so later even if your reports are frozen. They are allowed to do this as one would now be a customer of theirs versus being an unaffiliated party.
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