Discover has announced that card members will earn 5% cash back at gas stations from July through September 2013, and registration is now open.
You can sign up now to get a 5% Cashback Bonus on up to $1,500 in purchases at Gas Stations from July through September 2013.
Just visit this Discover Registration Page to sign up for your 5% rebates now.
You won’t start earning the 5% cash rebates until you actually register, so sign up today if you have a qualifying Discover card, so that you don’t forget by the time July 1st passes.
You also still have time to apply for a Discover Rebate Card before July if you don’t already have a qualifying card.
The 5% cash rebate is available on gas purchases at stand-alone gas stations from July 1st (or the date on which you sign up, whichever is later) through September 30, 2013.
Your 5% rebate earnings are subject to a cap of $1,500 in purchases, so you can earn a total of $75 in Cashback Bonus rewards.
These purchases must be made by September 30th and do not count toward determining your eligibility to earn 1%, but this really only applies to the old Discover card, which had rebate tiers and didn’t offer a full 1% rebate on all of your purchases, and it does not apply to the new Discover it Card that offers a full 1% on all of your purchases without any spending tiers.
Purchases made at warehouse clubs, wholesale distributors, and discount stores are not eligible.
Purchases made using Near Field Communication (NFC), virtual wallets, or similar technology may not be eligible.
If a purchase is coded for a category other than gas at stand-alone gas stations, then it will not qualify, so you probably can’t earn this rebate by purchasing gas station gift cards or anything else (please comment if you have experienced otherwise).
The bonus rewards will be added to your Cashback Bonus account within 2 billing periods.
Learn more about the upcoming Discover 5% Cash Rebates to see the earning categories for the rest of 2013.
Register for 5% cash rebates at gas stations with your Discover credit card today.