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Types of Discover Cards

American Express — 58M Cardholders
American Express — 58M Cardholders

Discover and American Express, however, don’t get as much love. Let’s take a look at how Discover and American Express acceptance compares both at home and abroad. For domestic purchases. The payment network linked to your card — Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express — determines where you can use it. Not all merchants accept cards from all networks.

Balance Transfer
Balance Transfer

If you have a high balance on a store credit card with a 21% APR, for instance, you may be able to transfer that debt to a credit card with a lower rate during the introductory period, saving you money on interest—and possibly helping you pay down your debt faster.

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Capital One — 45M Cardholders
Capital One — 45M Cardholders

Capital One is a Fortune 500 bank that has been expanding its financial offerings over the years to become one of the largest banks in the U.S. It continues to grow its consumer programs with the Capital One® Quicksilver VISA card, a popular offering for those wanting flexible cash-back benefits.

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Chase — 93M Cardholders
Chase — 93M Cardholders

Like the Chase Freedom ® card, Discover it® makes you subscribe to the 5% bonus place each quarter. You can set up email reminders, but it’s still a hassle to actively opt-in instead of being about to set that on auto pilot. So, again, this isn’t a card where you can passively earn cash back.

Citibank — 48M Cardholders
Citibank — 48M Cardholders

Visa is a monolith in the credit card world, widely accepted by over 8 million merchants. From traditional benefits to premium rewards, Visa personal credit cards offer a wide range of benefits for cardholders around the world.

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Discover — 57M Cardholders
Discover — 57M Cardholders

The Discover it card offers no annual fee, your free FICO Score every month and great rewards which never expire.

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Low Interest
Low Interest

Evaluate low APR offers. Low APR credit cards are best if you plan to carry a balance rather than pay off your bill in full each month. A low interest card helps you save money on finance charges over time. Always read the terms and conditions carefully.

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MasterCard — 191M Cardholders
MasterCard — 191M Cardholders

The Discover it card offers no annual fee, your free FICO Score every month and great rewards which never expire. ... Discover it Cash Back Credit Card

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Rewards
Rewards

Your rewards never expire. We will credit your account with your Cashback Bonus balance if your account is closed or if you have not used it within 18 months. Amazon, the Amazon.com logo and the smile logo are trademarks of Amazon or its affliates.

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Secured
Secured

The good news: A secured credit card, which requires a refundable security deposit in exchange for a line of credit, could be the solution. Lenders may be more willing to issue secured credit cards to less qualified borrowers because the deposit will be used to cover the balance if it goes unpaid.

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Visa — 323M Cardholders
Visa — 323M Cardholders

It still runs a payment network, issues cards and generally has a reputation for being more of a high-end card than Visa, MasterCard or Discover, but it has begun partnering with other issuing banks, too.

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