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Discover student monogram credit card

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PRESS RELEASE: Young scholars looking to build their credit have a stylish option in the form of the Discover Student Monogram Card.

Compare Student Credit CardsThis student credit card from Discover Card not only offers great features, but also lets students express themselves through the card's personalized design.

With the onyx color choice, the student's first and last initials will be featured on the card front in stylistic type. Meanwhile, the festive Key Lime and Flamingo color options feature the cardholder's first initial in a cool script.

Discover Student Monogram Card will save money when they revolve balances shortly after the account is opened, since student cardholders are charged a 0 percent APR on purchases for the first six months. And, cardholders are never charged an annual fee.

As students build their credit through responsible credit card use, they will also earn unlimited rewards that never expire. The Discover Student Monogram Card provides a 5 percent Cashback Bonus for popular spending categories like travel, apparel, gas and movies that change four times a year.

Meanwhile, cardholders will automatically earn up to a 1 percent Cashback Bonus on all other purchases.

The Discover Student Monogram Card also offers protection, in the form of a $0 Fraud Liability Guarantee and advanced fraud early warning alerts, as well as ease via simple online account management options and e-mail reminders to help prevent frees.

Students with little to no credit will find everything they need and more in the Discover Student Monogram Card.

Published: July 5, 2007


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