Discover has some rather attractive 5% Cashback offers currently in effect: Activate to earn 5% Cashback Bonus at Amazon.com, Department Stores and Sam’s Club now through December 2016, on up to $1,500 in purchases. And a decent set coming up in 2017: Activate to earn 5% Cashback Bonus at Gas Stations, Ground Transportation and Wholesale Clubs from January through March 2017, on up to $1,500 in purchases. Unfortunately they only apply on up to $1,500 in qualifying purchases for each
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Discover Bank is running a nice $100 cashback bonus offer and 0.95% interest on their Online Savings Accounts. Use coupon code HMB616:
If you are an Amazon.com shopper, Discover card is offering 5% casback on Amazon purchases from July through December! Not a bad deal 🙂 NOTE: Make sure to activate your card so you qualify for the bonus cash back.
Discover has a very nice 5% cashback category this quarter: online retailers and department stores! It is nice to see they are trying to fight back against Chase Freedom and other newer cards. Coupon codes are great for the holdiays, but a blanket 5% cashback may be even better 🙂 Just login to your discover card account to signup! POPULAR ONLINE RETAILERS Amazon.com Apple.com BarnesandNoble.com Netflix.com Overstock.com PayPal.com Target.com Teleflora.com Walmart.com Zappos.com POPULAR DEPARTMENT STORES Bloomingdale’s Carson’s Dillard’s JC Penney
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I try to stay abreast of the best credit cards for getting the most cashback and the least fees/problems. For many years Discover card was my primary card, but recently the Chase Freedom cards have begun to offer WAY more perks and benefits than Discover. Here are a couple prime examples of why Chase Freedom can save you more than Discover: Get 5% back on MORE purchases with Chase Freedom… The Chase Freedom card gives you 5% back on up
I’m always surprised how often the “online statements” of Chase or Discover are “offline for maintenance” or suffering from “online error”. Sometimes it is nice to have a trusty paper statement as a backup :-).