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*For Discover it® and Discover® More® cardmembers only: Activate to earn 5% Cashback Bonus at Amazon.com and Target from 10/1/17 (or the date on which you activate 5%, whichever is later) through 12/31/17, on up to $1,500 in purchases. Amazon.com purchases include those made through the Amazon.com checkout, including digital downloads, Amazon.com gift cards, Amazon Fresh orders, Amazon Local Deals, Amazon Prime subscriptions and items sold by third party merchants through Amazon.com's marketplace. Target purchases include any purchase made online or in-store at Target and SuperTarget. Individual merchants and stand-alone stores within physical Target locations may not be eligible in this category. Purchases made using third-party payment accounts, tap-and-pay, mobile or wireless card readers, virtual wallets or similar technology may not be eligible. Rewards are added to your Cashback Bonus account within two billing periods. See Cashback Bonus Program Terms and Conditions for more information about your rewards.

Listed merchants are in no way sponsoring or affiliated with this program. Amazon, the Amazon.com logo and the smile logo are trademarks of Amazon or its Affiliates. Target, SuperTarget, and the Bullseye Design are registered trademarks of Target Brands, Inc.
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Thanks for the heads up. I'm disappointed because I have the Amazon Visa card that already gives me 5% back and the Target REDcard that also gives me 5% back. Oh well.
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Nice to see Discover upping their categories. I'm hoping Chase follows suit and enhances their categories as well.
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"Listed merchants are in no way sponsoring or affiliated with this program."

Suuuuuure

Pretty lame to limit the bonus to only 2 specific stores, instead of a broad category like usual
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Thanks for the heads up. I'm disappointed because I have the Amazon Visa card that already gives me 5% back and the Target REDcard that also gives me 5% back. Oh well.
Now you can have the added security of price protection with your purchases. Not sure if the other cards offered that or not.
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Nice to see Discover upping their categories. I'm hoping Chase follows suit and enhances their categories as well.
Discover did same thing last year for the holiday season, nothing new.
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Nice to see Discover upping their categories. I'm hoping Chase follows suit and enhances their categories as well.
Upping their categories... What??? It is normally a pretty standard selection year after year and Chase normally is the same as discover.

We normally see a home improvement, gas, restaurant, and shopping quarter.
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This is good. One can buy $1500 in visa/mc/amex gift cards at target!
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Nice to see Discover upping their categories. I'm hoping Chase follows suit and enhances their categories as well.
So you're not aware that Discover has offered rotating quarterly categories for years now?

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Pretty lame to limit the bonus to only 2 specific stores, instead of a broad category like usual
Yup. Both the Amazon Store cards and the Target REDcards already offer 5% back. So weak Discover, so weak...
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Thanks for the info!
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Is Discover Price Protection program easy to use? Can you submit via email like you could with Citibank Price Rewind? All you need to do is take a screenshot of the receipt, the ad and some info on the purchaser. I recently used it and was impressed with the ease of use and speed of the reply from Citibank.
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Why do I have to buy stuff from Amazon & Target where I have to pay tax that's more then 5% bonus I get from Disc? Confused
technically, you're supposed to pay tax even if the merchant doesn't charge you (in a lot of states at least)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Use_tax
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Talk about a head start...
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Lame. Broader categories are better.
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