As we found in MacRumors Apple offers a small amount of cash to users when transferring money to their Apple ID account. Users transferring funds from a debit or credit cart to an account will receive a 10% bonus credit by March 14th.
Users can add money to their account by digging their phone settings. You have to go into settings first, then go to iTunes & App Store. Click Apple ID here, then click View Apple ID. Finally, click Add funds to your Apple ID that announces the bonus on that screen and show what the balance is. If you add $ 10, $ 1 will be added. Adding $ 100 adds $ 10 and costs $ 200. If you click one of the options, you will be prompted to pay by Touch ID.
This feature is also available to desktop iTunes users. Users must go to their account and click View my account. This page has a section called Apple ID account. Here you have the option to add funds. Clicking an option will automatically add an amount to your account without confirmation, while adding a step for entering your Touch ID or password on your phone. (19459003) True Detective
It seems to be time to catch up
There is another captive, you can only do it once, depending on the fine print You can add an amount to your account
The bonus is literally money, and if you want to buy an album or something from iTunes, it's worth adding it to the balance before you go shopping.