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Discover 2015 Bonus Categories Announced?
Discover has released some of the details of their 5% quarterly promotions for 2015. Lets take a look at each quarter and what they have released.
This bonus is pretty self explanatory. We can definitely expect gas stations and ground transportation companies such as bus, taxi and trains should/may be included.
While this will most likely include restaurants and entertainment venues, they also talk about maximum amounts that can be earned. This could either be a GOOD or BAD thing.
Once again they include that language about the “maximum you can earn”. While I can’t speak to that, historically this type of language is referring to home improvement stores.
This has historically included all online shopping, however the details here are vague.
While the details for some of the quarters are vague, Discover has released some of the 2015 bonus information. I find it most interesting when they mention “maximum amounts to be announced later”. Historically you can earn a 5% bonus on up to $1,500 per quarter. The “maximum amounts” language could mean they are making changes to that amount this year. Of course the change could either be positive or negative.
You should be able to see all of these details by logging in and clicking on the 5% cashback bonus link on your homepage. At this point it remains to be seen whether the changes in some of the terms are good or bad, so we will have to see. Either way it is nice to get a sneak peak at next year’s bonus categories!
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