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Apple promotes App Store with 10% bonus on adding funds

12 March 2019 3

Apple has launched a new promotion for its Apple store that will give users a 10% bonus on adding money to their iTunes and App Store accounts. The promotion is available till Thursday, March 14, with anyone with a valid payment card listed on their account. They can do a one-time top-up and get a 10 percent bonus.

Apple has stated that the promotion applies to any amount from $1 to a maximum of $200, and will also depend on the device you're using. Users can go to the App Store on an iOS device, and tap on their name, and then on Add Funds to Apple ID. Users will be able to see details of the promotion and list of five different amounts they can add to their account. Users can add $10, $25, $50, $100 and $200 top-ups, and the bonus amount ranges from a $1 bonus to a $20 one.

"Add funds right on your iPhone. From anywhere," Apple says. "Get a 10 percent bonus when you try it today."

Apple promotion says that "offer eligibility may vary based on account information or purchase history." Apple hasn’t explained what these conditions are though.

In the Mac App Store, users can click on their name at the bottom left, then on View Information. Users will be prompted for their Apple ID password and then given details of various choices such as purchase history. The option is Add Funds to Apple ID and they will be shown a series of amounts ranging from $1 to $200.

This bonus is available to US users, and Apple is reportedly offering similar promotions in selected other countries such as Germany as well.



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