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  • Written by Ollie Bostock


In an unprecedented Australian first, CASHREWARDS will reward its members with a huge 7% Cashback on selected Apple products today Wednesday 21st and tomorrow Thursday 22nd June 2018 when they shop online at Apple.com through CASHREWARDS. If you’ve been thinking about upgrading your tech to a sleek new Apple product, there’s never been a better time to buy!

The exclusive 7% Cashback offer will be applied across Apple’s leading products including Apple iPhone, Apple Watch iMac, iPad, Apple TV and accessories. Ordinarily the exclusive CASHREWARDS Apple Cashback rate is 1.4% making the 7% rate an incredible opportunity for members to shop for the latest Apple gadgets at prices not seen anywhere else.

This amazing offer is available to CASHREWARDS members who purchase Apple products from Apple.com through the CASHREWARDS website. To take advantage of the unprecedented Apple Cashback offer, simply join CASHREWARDS -it’s simple, free and only takes 15 seconds. Then, click through to www.cashrewards.com.au/apple and shop as usual from Apple.com to receive 7% Cashback on your purchase.

Cashback is issued by CASHREWARDS not Apple. For terms and conditions visit CASHREWARDS’ website.

About CASHREWARDS

With over 370,000 members, Australian owned and based CASHREWARDS is the nation’s largest, most trusted Cashback shopping community.

CASHREWARDS is free to join and its members receive a percentage of every dollar back when shopping as normal at over 1,200 stores such as Amazon, eBay, Apple, Booking.com, David Jones, Woolworths and many more. The stores pay CASHREWARDS a commission for sending its members to them and CASHREWARDS shares the commission with those members.

Since inception, CASHREWARDS has generated in excess of $950m in sales for its merchant partners, given back over $40m to their members and have helped over 1,600 children through its partnership with the Starlight Children’s Foundation.

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