The Walmart Discover Credit Card was discontinued in the summer of 2014. It was replaced by a Walmart Mastercard. The Discover Deals shopping portal, which used to have special Walmart discounts, also closed down in October 2018.
Now, the fact that all Discover cards are Walmart Pay-compatible is closest you’ll get to a Walmart offer for Discover cardholders. That means cardholders can use the Walmart Pay app to pay for Walmart purchases with their Discover credit card, without having to pull out the plastic. Discover card purchases made with Walmart Pay earn rewards as usual, too. But that’s about it these days.
The best Discover card for Walmart purchases is the Discover it Cash Back card. It offers 5% cash back on the first $1,500 spent in categories that change each quarter. Walmart has not yet been among those categories. But other retailers like Target and Amazon have. So it’s possible that Walmart could be in the future.
You may want to consider other options, though. The Walmart Mastercard offers 3% back on Walmart.com purchases, 2% back on Murphy USA and Walmart Gas, and 1% back everywhere else. And the Chase Freedom card has the same earning structure as Discover it Cash. But it has included Walmart among its 5% bonus categories in the past.
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