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    Idk if this has been posted before but over on flyertalk I found that you can apply for the Discover It through Amazon and you will be sent a $75 Amazon gift card after your first purchase.

    Here is the link to the application:
    http://www.amazon.com/Discover-it%C2%AE/dp/B00AW3IXZO

    Although this offer isnt quite good enough for me to hit the apply button, I figured I would share it for those who are going for the card regardless.
    01/10 - Wells Fargo Visa Platinum - $3,900
    10/12 - Amex BCE - $6,000
    02/13 - Chase Freedom MC - $2,200
    09/13 - Discover It - $2,500
    03/14 - Sallie Mae World MC - $6,300

    Sock Drawer:
    05/10 - GEMB Chevron - $1,200
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    Nice find. Thats probably the best youll see from them...
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    Amex BCE 25K ---- PenFed Platinum Rewards 15.5K --- US Bank Cash+ 12K --- Discover IT 6K --- Citi Dividend 5K --- Chase Freedom 12.5K --- Amex SPG 6K --- Citi Thank You Preferred 15K

    Not Used
    Citi Simplicity - 5K, Sam's Club Discover - 10K

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    Awww...I just missed out on this! Applied 8/1/13 through Discover's website. Wow...I mostly shop at Amazon so this would've been great!
    (1/13) Fingerhut - $1,100
    (2/13) Capital One Quicksilver- $3,500
    (3/13) Capital One Quicksilver One- $750 ($19 AF)
    (8/13) Discover IT- $2,000
    (8/13) Citi Dividend- $1,200
    (8/13) Chase Slate- $2,500
    (9/13) Chase Amazon Visa Sig - $4,000
    (9/13) Victoria Secret- $750
    (9/13) Paypal Extras Mastercard- $3,000
    (9/13)] MyPoints Visa- $1,500
    (10/13)Walmart Discover- 3,000
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    I just got approved and this will be a nice card to add to up line up. Thanks for posting it up. I'm not sure on the limit yet, but I'll be getting in the mail soon.
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    yeah saw that seems like a nice deal.
    Fico 785 4-14
    Fako - 756 3-14

    Amex Plat - NSPL 7/12
    Amex SPG - 1.5k 6/13 (On the bubble of becoming sock drawer)
    Chase Sapphire Preferred - 5k 6/13
    Marriott Rewards - 9k 6/13
    US Bank Flex Perks - 1.5k 7/13
    Discover IT - 2.9k 6/13
    Citi AA Advantage Executive Elite World - 9k 6/13
    Sony Capitol One - 1.5k 5/10 (Sock Drawer)
    Amazon GE Capital - 2.9k 12/11
    Barclays Ring Master Card 4/14 5k
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    Quote Originally Posted by WaffleMuffin View Post
    I just got approved and this will be a nice card to add to up line up. Thanks for posting it up. I'm not sure on the limit yet, but I'll be getting in the mail soon.
    Just found out that I got 10K limit with a 646 Equifax score. This more then doubles my line of credit, really makes me happy. Thanks, for posting this up beef.stu
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    That's definitely the best offer you'll see from Discover. Even the Chase Amazon VISA usually offers $25-$30 for signing up and being approved by their card through Amazon.
    My Limits:
    NFCU NavCheck: $15,000/NFCU Platinum: $10,000/NFCU nRewards: $8,000
    Chase Slate: $6,000/CSP: $5,000/Marriott Rewards Primier: $5,000/Chase Freedom: $4,500/
    /Southwest: $3,000
    Citi Hilton HHonors: $8,300/Citi Simplicity: $6,800/Citi Forward: $4,100
    AMEX Blue Cash Everyday: $8,000/SPG AMEX: $5,000/AMEX Hilton HHonors: $3,400/AMEX Delta Skymiles Gold: $2,000
    Discover IT: $7,700
    Barclay's NFL Extra Points (Carolina Panthers): $5,000
    DCU Platinum: $3,000
    RTN FCU CC: $2,000
    CCCU Platinum Rewards Visa: $2,000

    Current total limit: $113,800
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    Quote Originally Posted by Calipso View Post
    That's definitely the best offer you'll see from Discover. Even the Chase Amazon VISA usually offers $25-$30 for signing up and being approved by their card through Amazon.
    Depends entirely on who you are, I'm sure. I never see an offer less than $50, and have seen $150 (not recently, though). I'm pretty sure it's been $75 the last few times I've seen it.

    I don't know if it's chase or amazon who decide the offer, though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WaffleMuffin View Post
    Just found out that I got 10K limit with a 646 Equifax score. This more then doubles my line of credit, really makes me happy. Thanks, for posting this up beef.stu
    Correction it was a 677 FICO Equifax, the highest I've seen for myself. The 646 was from bank monitoring program. I'm not sure why there is a big difference.
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