You can see what Discover it Cash Back designs are available online, either while applying for the card or, if you’re already a cardholder, by logging into your account. Options for Discover it Cash Back designs depend on whether you’re opening a new account or looking for a replacement card. You’ll have a small number of generic designs to choose from when applying for a new account. But once your account is open, you can immediately order a replacement card bearing any of this card’s many designs.
You can pick from a selection of 100+ designs in categories ranging from “Botanical” and “Patriotic” to “Sports” and “Wildlife.” Plus, it’s free and really easy to do.
Here’s how to get a new Discover it Cash Back card design:
1. Log into the Discover Account Center.
2. Pick a new design from the available options. There are more than a dozen categories and over 100 individual designs.
3. Wait 3-7 business days for your new card to arrive. Then destroy or return your old one. Your account number will stay the same.
Unfortunately, you can’t see the full list of Discover it Cash Back designs without logging in. So, you can’t check whether you like any of them before being approved for a card. Furthermore, the only credit card designs exclusive to Discover are those from NHL® Discover it®. You can personalize this card with a design for any of the teams in the National Hockey League.
Finally, it’s worth noting that other credit card companies take card designs to another level by allowing you to upload a custom image. You can certainly compare these so-called photo credit cards to see what else they bring to the table. But you shouldn’t get too caught up in appearances. At the end of the day, what your credit card looks like doesn’t matter. What it offers in terms of rewards, rates and fees is what’s important.
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