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MB131174 wrote:personally, i prefer discover. point transfers are not my cup of tea. yes, you get a higher "value" (subjective) in that, but too often point transfers, especially air, are a PITA. too often the flights you actually want aren't available or you have obscene connections and layovers. i have both cards. i honestly don't even know where my freedom card is. (i am 100% certain it's at home though, so it's secure.) i use my discover for literally everything. i gave up on the "points" and "maximize your rewards!" points game. i want simplicity, good customer service (which i get 99.9% of the time with discover) and i'm happy. i think it's less stressful too. i don't wanna stress out over remembering which card to use at which type of vendor and juggling multiple cards. ok so i strayed, but i personally have been very pleased with discover.
From that perspective, I'd say Discover has been quite good. I like their customer service a lot despite some stuff I was complaining about earlier here that I've let go of.
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