Apple Card’s Daily Cash Rewards Now Easier to Track

Craig Joseph
By Craig Joseph 
Edited by Erin Hurd

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The Apple Card has been a fan favorite since its release in 2019. Among its draws is the ability to access rewards earned from the card — called Daily Cash — nearly instantly, rather than having to wait until the end of the billing cycle as with many cards.

The $0-annual-fee card earns 2% back on purchases made with Apple Pay and 1% back on purchases made with the physical card. But you earn 3% Daily Cash when you use Apple Pay at select merchants.

Now, those Daily Cash rewards are getting easier to track.

Apple has created a Daily Cash Hub to help cardholders better find and track purchases that earn bonus rewards. The new hub allows users to:

  • See lifetime earnings: Cardholders can now view their lifetime Daily Cash received.

  • Find special offers: Easily identify Daily Cash merchants and offers, and track progress toward earning them (but without having to manually enroll).

  • Spot qualifying purchases: See when a transaction qualifies for bonus cash, as designated with a star.

According to Apple, the new features are rolling out with iOS 16 updates. Cardholders can access them by opening their Apple Card in the Apple Wallet and selecting Daily Cash from the new “More” menu.

While Daily Cash transactions are getting easier to track, Apple's list of bonus merchants hasn't grown much since 2020.

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