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Re: Discover card Cash advances?

navigatethis12 wrote:

If you must, do it as "cashback" at a shop. Sometimes when you swipe they ask if you would like cashback. According to Discover, this saves you a trip to the bank to get cash. They count it as a purchase so no cash advance fees.

Thanks! I was concerned about the cut limit tho. I know a lot of stores highest cash back allowance is usually around 60 to 80 bucks. I just didn't want to hit any atm fees and I didn't want to be charged standard APR when I'm in a 15 month 0% APR promotion... *sighs*


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