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Meijer Joins Merchants Participating in Discover’s “Cash Over” Program

by Peter Andrew
Meijer Joins Merchants Participating in Discover’s “Cash Over” Program

Discover announced on Monday that it has added the Meijer chain of grocery stores to its list of partner merchants in the “Cash Over” program. The program allows Discover Card users to request additional cash (from $20 to $100) on top of the price of any purchases they make with Discover. The “cash over” is treated as part of the regular purchase price instead of as a cash advance, meaning that cardholders have the regular credit card grace period in which to pay off the cash loan interest free. Meijer will offer the service at all of its 176 locations in Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, and Ohio.

Discover is the only credit card payment network that allows cardholders to get extra cash at the point of purchase.� With the addition of Meijer, Discover says it now offers the Cash Over program in over 8,700 retail locations, including Wal-Mart, Sam’s Club, Safeway, Jewel-Osco, Heinen’s, Giant Eagle, and Dominick’s.

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