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Re: Discover Double Day second chance

Another 7% on online shopping day!

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Re: Discover Double Day second chance

Signed up here....

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Re: Discover Double Day second chance

Awesome, thanks for posting that! I just signed up.

 

I'm new to Discover - they stack cash back, right?  So if I purchase items from Target.com through ShopDiscover (5%), I'll also get the online shopping cash back (another 5%), plus the bonus day (2%).....right?

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Re: Discover Double Day second chance


isoldmyatlas wrote:

Awesome, thanks for posting that! I just signed up.

 

I'm new to Discover - they stack cash back, right?  So if I purchase items from Target.com through ShopDiscover (5%), I'll also get the online shopping cash back (another 5%), plus the bonus day (2%).....right?


Yes you should get 12% back.  But be aware that sometimes when you order things online they don't charge you until the item ships.  So you might not be charged for a couple of days.  I'm not saying Target.com does that but it's something to keep in mind for the extra 2%.

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Re: Discover Double Day second chance

Nice.  I couldn't use the other 2% day because it was too close to my statement date.


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Re: Discover Double Day second chance

Great, thanks for the info. Signed up.

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Re: Discover Double Day second chance

Awesome, I'm officially signed up now.  Pretty excited, as I do a lot of shopping online nowadays.

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Re: Discover Double Day second chance

I was able to sign up for this %2 day as well as the last. I don't think the online purchase I made on the 6th posted in time to qualify for %7, hopefully this time it will.
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Re: Discover Double Day second chance

I just got my replacement card and I don't see where to sign up.  Called CSR and they told me, they couldn't find the offer.  Why can't CSR help me, is this offer for selected ppl? I didn't get to use this offer last time cause of fraud I better get it this time!

 

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Re: Discover Double Day second chance

If I shop at Macys.com...would it count as both online AND a department store?

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