12-15-2013 07:25 AM
12-17-2013 04:43 PM
Oh, my... This card is beautiful. Just got it in the mail today.
Elegant. Simple. Clean.
I actually like that the letter "O" is silver.
TU: 819 EX: 809 EQ: 78705/12/15
12-19-2013 01:53 PM
I got mine today it's okay mat finish like my old one. I like that the color will stick out though.
12-27-2013 10:15 AM
Note, you can have the previous card frozen until it expires. Take a look on your "account profile" and then "manage cards". You will see all cards during the current active expiration period. There is a number in the lower right corner of your Discover it Card called a sequence number and this is how Discover controls cards and whether they are active or not. When they first issue a card it says "new" but does not work. When activated it says "active" and if you ask Discover to turn it off it will say "freeze".
01-01-2014 05:49 AM
Not sure how I missed this thread!
Discover IT - Blue was the reason why I wanted this card... It's been one of my "ooh wee" cards =P!
Just ordered this design as it surpasses Blue by like 100x ^_^ Thanks!
01-01-2014 07:22 AM
01-01-2014 02:32 PM
If you do NOT want all of your Discover Cards "active" you can contact Discover and request that a "freeze" be put on them and as Feather_Hat said, you can destroy them. Note, you can login into Discover go to "Account Profile" and then click on "Card Management" where you can review all cards issued during your current Discover Card expiration period. Also, Discover has card control by the sequence number located in the lower right hand corner of your card.
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