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Discover Card - Leave It at Home - No More?

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Just opened a ad from my Discover Card saying now i can use it interntionally - at any place that accepts Diners Club International - if i activate my Discover Card for international use.

It says for a list of countries where Discover is now accepted - Discover.com/international

so for folks like who are getting 1-2% or 5% back on certain purchases perhaps Discover can be useful in a Europe that to my knowledge before never took Discover anywhere (escept the American Embvassy in Paris where i used it to pay for my son's passport).

As always ask what your Discover Card will charge for foreign purchases and all fees, etc. The usual is 3% with no transcation fee - some cards less and some even no charge.

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