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Discover It vs. Discover It Chrome
These two cards seem nearly identical to me from their Credit Karma profiles, What is the difference between the two because I am thinking about applying for one or both

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Hi there, Glad to see you are doing research before applying, that's very important. They are similar cards, but not identical. From some research here on Credit Karma, I found that the Discover it Chrome currently offers 2% cashback on all purchases made at gas stations and restaurants, and 1% cash back on everything else. The Discover it currently offers 5% cashback on rotating rewards categories, and a flat 1% cashback on all other purchases. Which card is a better choice for you depends on the types of purchases you are most likely to make. Learn more here: https://www.creditkarma.com/creditcard/CCDiscover1401 and here: https://www.creditkarma.com/creditcard/CCDiscover1301 Hope that helps!

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