Get 3% Daily Cash with Apple Card by filling up at Exxon/Mobil gas stations
What you need to know
- There's a new Apple Card promotion to take advantage of.
- The latest gives you 3% Daily Cash the next time you fill up.
- So long as it's at an Exxon or Mobil gas station.
Fill your car up at an Exxon or Mobil gas station and pay with your Apple Card and you'll receive 3% Daily Cash back. Even better, that includes purchases in the convenience stores and even car washes.
Drivers can use their Apple Card via Apple Pay or the Exxon Mobil Rewards+ mobile app to make their payment according to the small print.
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We might not be traveling as much as we once were but whenever you do fill your car up with gas it's always good to get something back. And while 3% might not sound like a lot it's more than nothing, right?
This new Exxon and Mobil deal adds to existing deals with the likes of Nike, Uber, Walgreens, and more.
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