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WM Cashback

Can someone please explain the Walmart Discover cash back? I've spent at least 2-3k on it on the last year and I'm only at $6.96 ?? I can't figure out what purchases earn or at what percent...
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Re: WM Cashback

I don't have a WM Discover, just a regular Discover IT card. 

But if it goes by the rate of the MORE card it's .25% CB on the first $3000 then 1% on everything beyond the $3000. 

 

I don't know that for sure, but it would make sense by the amount you have so far. 


Walmart Discover ($5000) - Amazon ($5500) - Cap1 Cash Rewards ($2000) - Meijer ($5000) - Discover More ($1800) - Car Care One ($2100) - Amex Delta Skymiles ($2000) - Citi Thank You Preferred ($2000) - Chase Freedom ($500) - Sam's Club, GE ($1237?)
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Re: WM Cashback

Up to $1,500 spent annually on purchases: 0.25% cashback
From $1,501 to $3,000 spent annually on purchases: 0.5% cashback
Above $3,000 spent annually on purchases: 1% cashback

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Re: WM Cashback

Okay well I'm 1k in for 2013 so looks like I'll get to at least .5% in the next several months. Thanks!

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