Apple occasionally runs this promotions, and now they’ve revived it again — if you add funds to your Apple ID account through April 3 in the United States, Canada, Australia, Germany, United Kingdom and other supported countries, Apple will treat you to a cool ten percent bonus.

To claim your bonus, you must get to the Add Funds feature in any of the following ways:

  • App Store: Open the App Store app on your device and tap your Apple ID profile image in the top-right corner, then choose the option Add Funds to Apple ID.
  • iTunes Store: Launch the the iTunes Store app, scroll to the very bottom and tap Apple ID, then choose View Apple ID and finally Add Funds to Apple ID.
  • Settings: Open the Settings app on your device and tap your Apple ID profile image at the top, then tap your name and choose iTunes & App Store. Now tap Apple ID, choose View Apple ID and finally hit the option Add Funds to Apple ID.

You can now choose a predetermined amount to add to your Apple ID using your payment method Apple has on file. Confirm your selection and you’re good to go.

To choose an amount above $100, tap the option Other.

Don’t forget that you also get three percent cash back on your Apple Card on top of the ten percent bonus. Another way to look at this promo: it could be a nice additional discount when subscribing to Apple Music for a year (it comes out to just $7.50 per per month).

You can use your bonus towards apps and media that are available on the App Store, iTunes Store, Apple Books Store, as well as towards Apple Music subscriptions, iCloud storage upgrades, AppleCare+ extended warranties and other services.

Bonus limit is $1.

Stats from Appfigures indicate that business app downloads jumped 285 percent and education app downloads surged 276 percent due to the coronavirus.