2007 contest for Discover business credit card
By Jeremy M. Simon | Published: February 7, 2007
Thinking about filling out an application for a Discover business credit card? Would the chance to win $50,000 give you an extra incentive to apply now? That amount is exactly how much Discover is offering in its current sweepstakes.
The Discover Business Card $50,000 Sweepstakes requires no purchase to enter. Apply for a Discover business card between Feb. 1 and March 31, 2007, and receive the chance to win $50,000 -- a reward you can use either for your business or for yourself. By referring three business colleagues or friends, you can be entered a second time.
About the Discover business card
With the card, you enjoy a 0 percent introductory APR on purchases for 12 months, as well as a 5.99 percent APR on balance transfers for nine months.
Meanwhile, credit card purchases earn you 5 percent cash back on office supplies, 2 percent on gas and up to 1 percent on all other purchases. Those cash rewards never expire, and you can double your cash rewards by making purchases at many of Discover's brand-name partners.
Additionally, the Discover's business card provides fee-free purchase checks that enable you to pay merchants who don't take credit cards. Those purchase checks allow you to earn cash back.
As a business credit card, the Discover's business card provides other benefits that entrepreneurs will love. Free employee credit cards let you customize limits and track worker spending using monthly reports. Also, the card provides you with categorized online quarterly and annual statements.
If the Discover business card and the chance to win $50,000 sound good, applying online is as easy as visiting CreditCards.com.
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