Earn 5% Cash Back at Grocery Stores with Discover - April Through June 2018 Earn 5% Cash Back at Grocery Stores with Discover - April Through June 2018

Earn 5% Cash Back at Grocery Stores with Discover - April Through June 2018

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This promotion has ended, however, you can check out the Current Discover Quarterly Bonus promo.

Register now to receive 5% cash back at Grocery Stores with Discover from April 1, 2018, through June 30, 2018. You must register to receive this bonus.

Discover Q2 2018 5 Percent Registration

Promotion Details

You must register to receive the 5% bonus on up to $1,500 in spend ($75 cash back maximum). Exact language from Discover:

Activate to earn 5% Cashback Bonus at stand-alone Grocery Stores from 4/1/18 (or the date on which you activate 5%, whichever is later) through 6/30/18, on up to $1,500 in purchases. Grocery purchases made at convenience stores, gas stations, warehouse clubs, supercenters, discount stores (or at grocery stores associated with supercenters or discount stores) are not eligible. Purchases made using tap-and-pay, mobile or wireless card readers, virtual wallets or similar technology may not be eligible. Rewards are added to your Cashback Bonus account within two billing periods. See Cashback Bonus Program Terms and Conditions for more information about your rewards.

Our Take

If you've got an eligible Discover card you likely received a notice already to register for this. If you haven't, there is no downside to registration. We hate that Discover requires you to register to receive this bonus, but it is a way for them to ensure you're engaging with them, even if it is a single click. For reference, we've previously covered the complete 2018 Discover cash back schedule.

Go register, now.

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