12-13-2013 01:00 PM
I caved and ordered one.. even though I already have 5! active Discover cards for one account! (4 from when I had a Discover More, 1 from the conversion to IT)
12-13-2013 01:48 PM
Interesting! I wonder if they're going to come out with any other colors in the future. I just converted from More to It and received my new card a couple of days ago, with the standard pale plue color. I have to admit the card has an interesting look; it's going to take a little getting used to no card number on the front.
12-13-2013 02:10 PM
Just a reminder, posting images of personal cc's will result in the image being deleted by a MOD or ADMIN. Stock images are the only pics allowed on myFICO.
O.O This is why we have mods. we can't remember everything =)
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12-14-2013 06:39 PM
12-14-2013 07:28 PM
will both be active or after you activate the new one, the old one becomes invalid?
no, both card will be active until their expiration dates.
so if u intend to use only one card, it would be smart to DESTROY the other one.
12-14-2013 07:30 PM
I just received mine in the mail today! Would upload the picture, but since we're not alloud to let me just say the feel is just the same as the blue card. Color on the website is spot on but the card looks greyish at certain angles. Back is also purple and with the orange edges like the blue version!
I really like this new design! I think you guys should as well!
i was hoping that they would've give it a extra touch and make it really different but i guess the only difference is the color.
eh- still its better than nothing XD
i am still waiting for mine =(
12-14-2013 08:13 PM
My card with new design is on its way but I like the classic design as well so I don't really want to 'destory' it physically.
Is there a way to make the card invalid?
my guess is that there is only oneoption to make the card invalid..
as far as i am conerned, the credit card number (or account number as discover it says) doesn't change when u get different designed card..
so what you could do is to report ur current card lost/stolen and get a new card with completely different number..
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