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Discover Monogram credit card

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PRESS RELEASE: While lots of consumers have their own credit cards, how many can say their plastic is truly personalized?

Those consumers that carry the Discover Monogram Credit Card certainly can. That's because when they apply for this exciting Discover Card product, they get to choose a personalized card design.

With their first initial stylishly displayed on the front of the credit card, applicants then have a choice of colored backgrounds. There are three bold options for the Discover Monogram card: Caribbean blue, Key Lime green and Flamingo pink.

But the Discover Monogram credit card does more than just look pretty. It offers some great features, as well.

Cardholders who revolve or transfer balances will enjoy the savings offered by the Discover card's intro APR of 0 percent for the first 12 months. And, all cardholders will appreciate the Discover Monogram card's lack of an annual fee.

Plus, the Discover Monogram credit card provides cash back on Get More purchases in popular categories (like home and apparel) that rotate four times each year. All other purchases automatically provide up to 1 percent cash back. Cash rewards are unlimited with the Discover Monogram card.

If that wasn't enough, Discover Card provides double the cash back when earnings are redeemed for gift cards or certificates from a wide variety of Discover's brand name partners.

Discover's easy online account management options make it simple for cardholders to keep an eye on their credit card accounts. When their statement arrives, free payment by phone or online means they are less likely to end up with late fees. Free payments by phone or Internet can even be made on the statement due date.

Offering style, savings and ease of use all in one credit card, the Discover Monogram card will make a lot of consumers happy.

Published: July 3, 2007



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