play_arrow

keyboard_arrow_right

skip_previous play_arrow skip_next
00:00 00:00
playlist_play chevron_left
chevron_left
  • cover play_arrow

    Atlantic 195 Atlantic 195

News

Credit card packs in $1,148 of value

todayAugust 31, 2021 2

Background
share close

0% intro APR for purchases — The card includes a 0% intro APR for 14 months for purchases.

0% intro APR for balance transfers — The same length 0% intro APR for 14 months applies for balance transfers. Note, the promo APR period extends for 14 months from the first transfer, not from account opening, as is common for balance-transfer credit cards. Cardholders must execute the transfer by a specific date to qualify, but starting the clock from the date of the first transfer does increase the versatility of this card.

Earn up to 5% cash back — Cardholders earn 5% cash back on everyday purchases at different places each quarter like Amazon.com, grocery stores, restaurants, gas stations and when you pay using PayPal, up to the quarterly maximum of $1,500 on purchases and when you activate. All other purchases earn 1% cash back. Maxing out bonus categories each year is worth $300 cash back.

Unlimited Cashback Match sign-up bonus — Discover will automatically match all the cash back you’ve earned at the end of your first year. This sign-up bonus is only available during the first year and for new cardholders, but it can be particularly lucrative since the match is unlimited. Cardholders who max out bonus categories quarterly in the first year can expect a total of $600 cash back ($300 in bonus-bonus category cash back, plus another $300 with Discover’s match!).

$0 annual fee — Credit cards packed with valuable features tend to charge high fees or APRs. Discover it® Cash Back balances this relationship well and doesn’t charge an annual fee, making it a great fit for cardholders with modest credit spending needs, who won’t see their rewards get wiped out by an annual fee.

No foreign transaction fees — Foreign transaction fees can quickly add up when whipping out credit cards for purchases abroad. Fortunately, the card has nixed the typical 3% foreign transaction fee many card issuers charge.

Written by: admin

Rate it

Previous post

News

Working remotely has meant huge salaries, for a lucky few.

Who wins and who loses when companies can hire from anywhere?Some employees and freelancers who can work remotely will have vastly expanded opportunities and the possibility of significant increases in pay, but remote workers in general figure to face more competition.One thing that seems unavoidable, research suggests, is an intensification of inequality.A 1981 paper, “The Economics of Superstars,” described the impact of recording and broadcasting on the incomes of athletes […]

todayAugust 31, 2021


0%