New Apple Card Customers Score Free One-Year WSJ Digital Subscription

New Apple Card Customers Score Free One-Year WSJ Digital Subscription

New customers who open an Apple Card account between December 13 and January 31 via the promotional page and subscribe to The Wall Street Journal Digital for one year via will receive $55 Daily Cash to offset the cost of the subscription and sales tax, according to Apple.

Exclusive Offer for New Apple Card Holders

Get a new Apple Card by 1/31 and earn $55 Daily Cash back to cover the first year free of WSJ Digital when you subscribe using the link below within 60 Days.

The subscription to The Wall Street Journal Digital must be opened within 60 days of the Apple Card account being opened in order to qualify for the $55 Daily Cash. Customers will see the amount reflected on their Apple Cash balance after the transaction has been posted to their account. The subscription plan will automatically renew for $38.99 per month after the first year until canceled.

Apple’s credit card launched in 2019 and is available for approved U.S. customers only. Applicants are required to be a U.S. citizen or a lawful resident of the United States, and must be at least 18 years of age.

Apple Card usually offers 3% Daily Cash on purchases completed via Apple Pay at Apple, Nike, Panera Bread, Walgreens, T-Mobile, Exxon Mobil, and Ace Hardware. All other purchases made with Apple Card via Apple Pay are eligible for 2% Daily Cash, and purchases made with the physical Apple Card get 1% Daily Cash.