Apple Offering 10% Bonus on Adding Money to Your Apple ID Plus Free Audiobooks and Books

  • In light of the ongoing health crisis, Apple has decided to offer multiple audiobooks and books for free to its customers.
  • Separately, the company is also offering 10% additional credit when you add money to your Apple ID account.
  • While the Apple ID promotion is available in multiple countries, the free range of audiobooks and books are only accessible to U.S. users.

It’s tough to stay at home for prolonged periods, but that’s exactly what we need to do right now. Well, Apple has some good news if you’re staying at home with a couple of discounts currently running for its official services. First up is the inclusion of free audiobooks and books with categories designed for kids and adults alike.

This is also a gentle reminder for new Apple users about the Books app which has gone through a major redesign over multiple updates. The free collection doesn’t include the bestsellers as you would expect, but thankfully, there are a few good titles in there that are worth your attention. This appears to be a U.S. only promotion and is only available for a limited period.

Apple Books

Moving on to actual money that you can gain, customers who add funds to their Apple ID can get 10% on the value they add. So if you’re adding $100, you get $10 back.

Surprisingly, there doesn’t seem to be a cap on the amount you can get back, so this is probably the best time to add Apple credit in the value of your choosing to get a significant amount of money back that you can use on iTunes, Books, App Store, iCloud Storage, Apple Music, and so on. This promo is apparently available in the U.S., Canada, Australia, Germany, and a handful of other countries for a limited period.

Apple is pretty good with promotions and given the unprecedented amount of stress that the citizens are going through, small bonuses can help. T-Mobile is also offering free unlimited data until May to users and two months of YouTube Premium while Verizon is reportedly offering 15GB of free data to its customers.

Via: Cult of Mac, MacRumors