11-05-2012 07:33 AM
I was recentlyh approved for a discover more card. After reading through some of the newer threads here, it made me wonder what are the different levels of a Discover card? I know with Chase its like Slate>Freedom>Sapphire>Sapphire Preferred... Can someone shed some light for me?
11-05-2012 08:46 AM - edited 11-05-2012 08:52 AM
I don't think the Discover cards have levels. The different cards just have different types of rewards and features.
Discover More(Cashback) - 5% Cash Back in rotating categories, 1% Cash Back after you spend $3000 in one year, 0.25% under $3000 in spending
Discover More Student (Cashback)- Like the regular More except more lenient on approvals, designed for students, higher APR
Discover IT (Cashback)- Like the Discover More plus newer design, no late fee on first late payment, no overlimit fee, and they won't increase your APR if you pay late.
Discover Open Road(Cashback) - 5% Cashback on the first $250 spent on Gas and Dining each billing period.
Discover Open Road Student (Cashback)- Like the regular Open Road except more lenient on approvals, designed for student, higher APR
Discover Motiva (Cashback)- Earn 5% of your interest payments back every statement you make an on-time payment.
Discover Miles(Miles) - Double Miles on first $3000 on travel and resturants per year, 1 point per dollar on all other purchases. Introductory miles of 1,000 miles each month you make a purchase in the first 12 months (12,000 total miles).
Discover Escape (Miles) - Travel card with annual fee of $60. Unlimited double miles on every purchase. Introductory miles of 1,000 miles each month you make a purchase in the first 25 months (25,000 total miles).
11-05-2012 08:51 AM
Great info HiHiHiHiHiHi
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