Apple Card users will now get an additional cash back bonus when buying through Ace Hardware. Boosted from the standard 2% rate, Apple Pay purchases at Ace Hardware stores and online are now eligible for 3% Daily Cash with Apple Card.

The 3% boost is available on purchases made online, at retail stores and through the Ace Hardware app.

As a reminder, Apple Card offers a simple three-tiered cashback rewards system. The Apple credit card gives 2% cash back on any generic purchase with Apple Pay, or 1% on purchases bought using the physical titanium card. A higher 3% rate is available at select merchants, including all Apple hardware and services purchases.

The 3% Daily Cash rate is available with a handful of third-party retailers, currently including Nike, Panera Bread, T-Mobile, Walgreens, Uber, Exxon Mobil gas stations and now Ace Hardware.

“As the only home improvement retailer to offer 3% Daily Cash back on Apple Card, we are thrilled to offer Ace customers even more value when they use Apple Card with Apple Pay to shop online, in-app, and at Ace stores in neighborhoods throughout the U.S.,” said Kim Lefko, senior vice president and chief marketing officer at Ace Hardware. “This benefit coupled with our award-winning service and best-in-class brands will deliver even more value for consumers as they confidently maintain and upgrade their most valuable asset – their home.”

Apple Card also offers other perks such as no associated account fees, Monthly Instalments plans for Apple Store hardware purchases, simple sign-up, Family Sharing features, and an easy-to-use Apple UI built into the Wallet app. The card is created by Apple in partnership with merchant bank Goldman Sachs. Apple Card is currently only available in the United States.

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