No, there are currently no Discover deals for Best Buy.
Keep in mind, though, that each Discover credit card gives you a cash back bonus on all your purchases, ranging from 1% to 2%. So, there might be no special promotions for Best Buy purchases, but you still earn from your card's standard rewards-earning rate.
The Discover card grocery store list does not include “big-box” stores such as Walmart, Target, Sam’s Club and Costco. Discount stores, convenience stores and gas stations are not on the list, either.
The last time Discover cards included grocery store purchases as a 5% bonus category was the quarter ending March 31, 2020. Grocery stores are included once again as a bonus category in Discover’s "5% Cash Back Calendar for 2021", and more specifically, from January to March.… read full answer
For those who aren’t familiar with Discover’s rotating bonus categories, this is how it works: Certain Discover cards offer a 5% cash back bonus for purchases at grocery stores and other spending categories that change every quarter. The 5% cash back bonus is limited to the first $1,500 spent in a specific quarter’s categories. Purchase amounts over the limit will earn 1% cash back. Cardholders must sign up for each new category to receive the cash back bonus.
There are 3 Discover cashback bonuses, the first of which is a 5% bonus rate on the first $1,500 spent in designated purchase categories every quarter. Cardholders can earn as much as $75 in bonus Discover cashback each quarter – $300 per year – from one of the cards offering this deal: Discover it Cash Back, Discover it Balance Transfer, NHL Discover it and Discover it Cash Back for Students. All other purchases earn just 1% cash back. The bonus categories rotate quarterly.… read full answer
Other Discover cards offer a cashback bonus in certain categories that never change. Discover it chrome, Discover it Student chrome and Discover it Secured offer 2% cash back on the first $1,000 spent at gas stations and restaurants. Other purchases get 1% back.
There’s a final Discover cashback bonus that all Discover it cards have. With Cashback Match, Discover will match all the rewards you earn the first year your account is open. So if you rack up $500 in rewards during the first 12 months, for example, Discover will tack on another $500 as an anniversary present.
Discover’s 2% cash back bonus and Cashback Match are fairly simple, but there are several other details you’ll need to know about the 5% bonus. To start, Discover has a cash back calendar showing when the categories rotate. And to get the 5% Discover cashback bonus, you need to “activate” it every quarter. You can easily do so by logging in to your Discover account from their cashback bonus page. You can activate the new categories on the first day of the quarter.
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