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Re: Discover IT conversion


flowfaster wrote:

 

That is true.  However you can still use your more cards until they expire.  So order a bunch of your favs before you do the product change.  The world will end way before your more cards will expire so your good :smileytongue:.


Thanks for that. Sometimes an embossed card comes in handy and I do like the More Platinum design :smileywink:


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I ran across a huge ad the Discover has placed in the new paper. Want to share it with group because I was amazed at how much Discover is really pushing the new IT


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logan_720 wrote:

CS800 wrote:

wreith wrote:

It's just a name I use in online gaming, world of warcraft and star wars the old republic.  I've used another version as well wraithe.


Thought it had something to do with Stargate Atlantis :smileywink:


Thank you for pre-determining what I will be having nightmares about tonight! I hate the wreith! (or however you spell it. Wrath?) D:


A wraithe, I believe, is a vengeful spirit.  There was a movie with Emilio Estevez *SP* that was called The Wraithe.  Kind of a anti hero as he came back after his character was killed and exacted revenge on those responsible.

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Re: Discover IT conversion

Out of respect to the OP let's get back on topic please.

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Re: Discover IT conversion

I'm starting to really want this card, I never gave Discover much though, but it seems like a really good card and I've heard nothing but good things about it..... MIght have to add it to my wish list, along with my BPC, Freedom, and Zync.

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Re: Discover IT conversion

Can the Discover Miles card be converted?

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Re: Discover IT conversion

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asteroidblues86 wrote:

Can the Discover Miles card be converted?


Talk to CSR.

 

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trumpet-205 wrote:

asteroidblues86 wrote:

Can the Discover Miles card be converted?


Talk to CSR.

 


I wasn't asking for myself, I have a More card.

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Re: Discover IT conversion

What perks are available on the "IT" card that more doesn't have? 

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@asteroidblues86

Given how Miles can be converted to More, I'd say yes.
 
Not much. Mainly the ability to talk to human rather then machine for phone call and UPS 2-day delivery on card. IT has no penalty APR, so your interest rate won't go up should you screwed up.
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trumpet-205 wrote:

@asteroidblues86

Given how Miles can be converted to More, I'd say yes.
 
 

Thanks for the info. I will be able to pass that along to a family member who has a Miles card and doesn't use it.

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