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Discover it® for Students
Get $50 after first purchase. All cashback earned in first 12 months will be doubled including 5% earned in rotating categories. Plus, get $20 cash back each school year your GPA is 3.0 or higher for up to the next 5 years.
No Annual Fee
FM Mini Review: In my opinion this is the single best "starter card" for students. It offers great rewards and no annual fee.
Card Type: Discover
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Earning rate: 5X in rotating categories, up to $1500 spend per quarter (Q2 2023: Restaurants and Wholesale Clubs)
Noteworthy perks: Discover Cash Back is worth more than face value when redeemed for partner gift cards
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Discover It for Students
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