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No, there is no Discover cash back limit. However, the Cashback Bonus program does have a quarterly maximum of $1,500. And other special promotions may also include a cap.
Here’s more info about the Discover cash back rewards:
- You can earn unlimited cash back on every purchase with certain Discover credit cards.
- The Cashback Bonus program does have a limit of $1,500 per quarter.
- There might be a limit on special promotions and on the spending amount of some bonus categories.
- Discover cash back rewards never expire.
- There is no minimum redemption amount for cash back rewards.
If you haven’t applied for a Discover credit card yet, you should consider the Discover it Cash Back. If offers 1 - 5% cash back on purchases. And it has a $0 annual fee.
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