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Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Get A $20 Gift Card for Every $200 You Spend This Holiday Season

Get a $20 gift card for every $200 you spend on your Discover credit card until January 4, 2009Black Friday is almost upon us. Thanks to the sluggish economy and global credit crisis, retailers are going to be offering some serious bargains this year to get shoppers into their stores.

But before you hit the shops this season, you may want to consider taking advantage of a great offer from Discover. Between now and January 4, 2009, if you buy stuff at participating malls across the country with any Discover card, Discover will give you a $20 gift card for every $200 you spend. This offer is great because most Discover cards already come with a generous rewards program. This Turns Receipts Into Rewards promotion won't negate any rewards program that's built into your Discover credit card. In essence, it's a rewards on top of rewards!

Remember to hold onto your receipts. You'll need them to claim your gift card(s).

Which American malls are participating in this offer? Click here and look for the Find a Mall tool on the right hand side of the page.

Of course, if you don't have a Discover card, you can apply for one here. We recommend the Discover More American Flag card, which is the most popular Discover card we recommend at this website. Enjoy!

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