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NAB Customers Tap and Pay with Apple Pay and Get $10 Cashback


Received a (targeted) email from NAB encouraging the use of ApplePay after setting it up, for $10 cashback with any purchase over $0.00.


^The cashback offer of $10 is available to the customer addressed in this email with NAB Visa card ending 8172. To be eligible for this $10 cashback offer, customers must complete a purchase over $0.00 by 06/08/2021. Cashback will be applied to your eligible debit/credit card account by 20/08/2021. This offer is subject to your account being open and not in default for the duration of the offer period and until the cashback amount is applied to your account.

Customers are only eligible to receive one $10 cashback offer for Apple Pay.

*For a list of compatible Apple Pay devices, see support.apple.com/en-au/km207105.

NAB will never request personal information such as your PIN/password or ask you to login to online services directly from an email. For further security advice visit nab.com.au/security.

Any advice contained in this communication has been prepared without taking into account your particular objectives, financial situation or needs. Before making a decision regarding the acquisition or disposal of a financial product, you should assess whether the advice is appropriate to your circumstances.

Apple, the Apple logo, Apple Pay, Apple Watch, Face ID, iPad, iPhone, Safari, and Touch ID are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.

©2021 National Australia Bank Limited ABN 12 004 044 937 AFSL and Australian Credit Licence 230686.

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  • +2 votes

    Nothing from NAB for me :(


    anything for purchases of $0.00?


      Yeah found that interesting too, just copied the T&Cs as they were in the email I received.


        Sorry just unleashing my inner JV


      You can often purchase $0.00 items from Coles and Woolworths when they barcode and discount items with expiry dates and if they are still on the shelf after the Best Before/expiry date, you can have the item free, as they are not legally allowed to sell. Although this will probably not go through the register.

      • +1 vote

        This didn’t work for me.
        Saw a Lindt chocolate on sale a a local Coles.
        Checkout chick told me it was expired (I argued best by date not expired).
        I then said if it’s expired then instead can you just give it to me for free.
        In her wisdom she told me she couldn’t as I could get sick form eating it in which I reminded her it’s not expired it’s a best by date, and then rattles of some facts about food industry and the best by date feature and also the bs behind it.
        No go.
        So asked for manager who had the gall to tell me I was just being a trouble maker.
        WTF. Trouble maker?! You want to see trouble maker….!
        I went them an official complaint email.
        Their response (téléphone response): it's their company policy and their right to not sell or give away foods that had expired. MY reminder of him that it's not expiry date but beat by date fell on deaf ears..


          Its probably the way you handle the chat with the checkout chick, to them giving you a free item. Maybe the item was too good that the chick wanted the Lindt chocolate for free herself.

          You could also approach the situation saying that Woolworths gave you a BB item free. But again it is the discretion/motivation of the Coles/Woolies employee.


            @Crownanchor: Sorry. You're assumption was wrong.
            Tried your angle Btw.

            Overall she was very serious old lady who was worried for my health Ffs.

            No wonder we have so many issues with covid compliance.


    Thansk NAB, long term, personal, business and trader - yet a Droid user and we get nothing!
    Typical… looking after (mod: removed inflammatory remark) using Apples.