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Car Rebate Credit Cards Save Money on Car Purchases or Maintenance

 
By Eva Norlyk Smith, Ph.D.
May 22, 2009
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For most people, the cost of owning and operating a car is one of their largest budget expenditures. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could make your everyday expenditures on groceries, gas, and so on help you earn some credit towards your next car purchase or lease?

These are exactly the kinds of benefits that some car rebate credit cards offer. With a car rebate card, you earn cash back on all your purchases and you can redeem your accumulated earnings for numerous benefits.

The Discover® Open RoadSM Card lets you save on your car maintenance expenses, by giving you a full 5% cash back on them—and, you save money on your gas purchases too!


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