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Received an email from Discover for below offer.

Don't miss your $20 statement credit

Use Discover® for your mobile phone bill.
Here's all you have to do:
Set Discover card as the default payment option for recurring charges with your mobile phone provider
Make 2 consecutive recurring charges by 9/30/2019

Set it soon! But if you have to run, we can send you a reminder.

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i got this but i use Freedompop 1 year plan. no monthly bills. any tips to take advantage of this still?
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Where do you see this?
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Where do you see this?
It comes in an email from Discover
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Use Discover® for your mobile phone bill.

Here's all you have to do:

Set Discover card as the default payment option for recurring charges with your mobile phone provider
Make 2 consecutive recurring charges by 9/30/2019¹
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Just got the email for this offer as well. Nice.
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Would this work for cricket?
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Doesn't say anywhere that there is a minimum. Couldn't I technically charge $1 today and $1 in a month and qualify?
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Doesn't say anywhere that there is a minimum. Couldn't I technically charge $1 today and $1 in a month and qualify?



need set up recurring charges, not one time charge. did last time with $10 x2
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Doesn't say anywhere that there is a minimum. Couldn't I technically charge $1 today and $1 in a month and qualify?
Yeah thats my question as well. I get 5% cb from my credit card for mobile bills. Can I prepay with that CC for most of the balance and then set the Discover as my autopay credit card to lock in the statement credit? Lets assume remaining balance is 10. Doesn't specify in the email I got.
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need set up recurring charges, not one time charge. did last time with $10 x2
what's recurring? i assume it's 2 payments in 2 discover billing cycles, as they'll have no way of knowing telco billing cycle.
so in theory 2 $1 payments in 2 statements should qualify.
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what's recurring? i assume it's 2 payments in 2 discover billing cycles, as they'll have no way of knowing telco billing cycle.
so in theory 2 $1 payments in 2 statements should qualify.
Sounds like it the email doesn't state a minimum. My balance is usually around $230 a month, I feel like I should prepay $200 on my regular CC I use and then set my Discover as my default payment option to pay the remaining $30 to be on the safe side.
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Thanks op. This email was buried in spam folder. The only problem is losing insurance for few months for not using MasterCard.
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