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Which Discover seems to be easiest to get?

Is it Motiva or Open Road?
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Re: Which Discover seems to be easiest to get?

I was approved for the Motiva card last month with a 5K limit and my credit scores are not above 700. The CSR told me that if you dont have perfect credit then the Motiva would be easier to get. I dont know about the Open Roads card.

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Re: Which Discover seems to be easiest to get?

Creditaddict, Discover discontinued the Open Road card a few months.  People who have the card have been grandfathered in with 2% cashback on gas (was 5% with a cap). 
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Re: Which Discover seems to be easiest to get?


Romeoo47 wrote:
Creditaddict, Discover discontinued the Open Road card a few months.  People who have the card have been grandfathered in with 2% cashback on gas (was 5% with a cap). 
No they didn't, it's still available on the website and has 0% for 12 months

 

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Re: Which Discover seems to be easiest to get?

http://www.discovercard.com/open-road/?aicmpgn=0801_ccm_cc_open_txt 

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Re: Which Discover seems to be easiest to get?

The easiest discover (relative to their other cards) is the motiva.

 

They will start offering the "open road" card again starting this february.

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Re: Which Discover seems to be easiest to get?

They never stopped offering it!

 

It is funny how these rumors floot around so much, about stuff that is just not true!

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Re: Which Discover seems to be easiest to get?

I think Motiva. I was approved for Motiva last month after being declined for other Discover cards for last 2-3 years.
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Re: Which Discover seems to be easiest to get?


-RED wrote:

They never stopped offering it!

 

It is funny how these rumors floot around so much, about stuff that is just not true!


 

They did stop offering it, -RED. It was removed from the website for quite some time. Removed = can't app for it = not offering it. It was only recently returned. And yes I do look at that section of the website from time to time - it's how a track what the APR's are that are offered to new accounts.
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Re: Which Discover seems to be easiest to get?

Is Discover BK friendly?

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