One of the perks of getting and using an Apple Card to make your purchases is the Daily Cash feature. Basically this gives users a percentage of their purchase back that they can then transfer to a bank account or use it again for future purchases. It’s essentially Apple’s version of cashback.

How much users get back is normally 3%, but due to an error, many Apple Card users noticed that they were getting 6% instead of 3%, double what they would normally get. Apple has since confirmed that this is an error, but stated that those who received 6% Daily Cash will be able to keep their earnings.

According to an email that Apple sent to Apple Card users, “You may have noticed that a recent Apple purchase was eligible for 6% Daily Cash instead of the standard 3% Daily Cash. This was an error due to a system issue, however, in addition to the 3% Daily Cash that you already received for this purchase, we will be providing you with a one-time credit for an additional 3% Daily Cash back — totaling 6% Daily Cash for that purchase.”

That being said, some customers might be confused when they see this email. This is because there have been two separate occasions in which Apple actually did offer 6% Daily Cash, so for some, they might have assumed that this was a legitimate offer.

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