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What stores have debit cards?

What stores have their own debit cards? Like the Target RedCard Debit Card? The only 2 I know of is Target and Nordstrom. Do any of you know other stores that have their own debit cards? I was just wondering. Thanks!
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Re: What stores have debit cards?

I think Walmart and Macy's have pre-paid debit cards, but Target and Nordstrom are the only ones I can think of with a true debit card.

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Re: What stores have debit cards?

Do you have a Target Debit card ColtonShoemaker?

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Re: What stores have debit cards?

The only 2 I know of are Target and Nordstrom. I have both.


While I love my Target debit card, I regret the Nordstrom one. Nordstrom did a hard pull for it, while Target didn't. Target's 5% discount is instant, but Nordstrom makes you accrue 2,000 points before redeeming. If you aren't using the double/triple point days, the Nordstrom discount is 2% (2points=$1, 2,000 points = $20 store credit).

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Re: What stores have debit cards?

I know there used to be a QuikTrip Debit Card which had a Discover Card logo however they stopped that card, I think possibly because debit cards are no longer profiable like Credit Card counter part

here is an article on theres ending

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