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Valentine's Day cashback bonus through ShopDiscover

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ShopDiscover, Discover's online shopping portal is offering a 5-20% cashback bonus through Valentine's Day (February 14) for Discover card members. With over 200 online retailers, discover card members have a wide range of choices to shop from when giving this year and earning bonuses.


If you are looking to send or give your lady some flowers, make sure you get your order in today. Also, when you place your order, make sure you place it through 1-800 Flowers.

Discover card members will receive a 20% cashback bonus when sending their floral selection through 1-800 Flowers. Also, order today and you can save 25% on early Valentine's Day delivery.


If you are looking to have your valentine "iced out," blinging, or shining, a new piece of jewelry can definitely get the job done. When placing an order through, Discover card members can receive a 15% cashback bonus. Therefore, a sweet $300 piece of jewelry can earn you $45 cashback to be redeemed for partner gift cards.

Department stores

Bloomingdale's, Macys, and Sears are all offering a 10% cashback bonus through this Friday for Discover partners as well. Being that these stores carry a variety of items (jewelry, clothing, perfumes), you may be able to get your shopping done in one place.



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