How to Make a $10,000 Cash Advance on a Podcast App

Posted October 24, 2018 11:09:24 When you buy a podcast, you usually get the option to cash advance it to a different episode of your favorite show, like the popular podcasting app Pod Save.

But if you want to cash in on a show that you love to watch, you might have to spend $10k on the same episode.

That’s the case with a new app called Cash Advance.

The app lets you make a one-time cash advance of $10 or more on a podcast you’ve subscribed to, and it’s only available to Apple TV devices and the latest Apple TV hardware.

The only catch is that the app only works on Apple TV models that support the Apple TV Audio API.

That means it’s not compatible with the $60 Apple TV Pro and $50 Apple TV mini, which Apple discontinued earlier this year.

The Cash Advance app works on the Apple tvOS, Apple TV 10, and the Apple Watch.

The $10 one-off cash advance requires a $50 iTunes gift card and is limited to the first 2,000 downloads of the app.

You can also make the one-shot cash advance by buying an additional $5 for the app, which includes a digital copy of the show.

The iOS version of Cash Advance is available for $2.99, but you can also purchase the standalone app for $5.99.

The full-on $10 cash advance will only work on the app if you have the latest version of the AppletvOS and Apple TV 11.1.

If you already have an Apple TV, you can use that to make the cash advance.

But you need to buy a $5 gift card in order to make this cash advance work.

If that’s not an option, you’re going to have to shell out $15 more for a gift card.

If Apple ever releases a $20 iTunes giftcard, we may be able to use it to buy the $10 Cash Advance for a much cheaper price.

It will only be available on the latest versions of Apple TV and Apple Watch, so it’s unlikely to be available in the U.S. until 2018.

It’s still possible that Apple will eventually add a cash advance option to Appletv, but the current AppleTV is still a better option.

You’ll still need to make a $1 gift card purchase to make your one-minute cash advance worthwhile, but it’s still better than spending $15 on a giftcard.

We’ll have to wait and see if Apple is able to make that happen.