How do I use the discover card $10 credit?

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    Hi-

    What does the offer say?Does it say $10 cash back?
    • it says buy turbo tax and save $10 by paying with discover card. It says go to www.turbotax.com/go/disc1
    • Hi. I looks like the right discount will be applied if you use TurboTax through that web site, depending upon which product you use. Sign in through that site and everything should work just fine. Thanks for using TT.
    • Date:
      February 19, 2013
      Order Number:
      TTWGY6E11682932
      Items Ordered:
      TURBOTAX ONLINE STATE GA TY2012 PREP
      TURBOTAX ONLINE DELUXE TY2012 PREP

      TURBOTAX ONLINE STATE GA TY2012 PREP $36.99
      TURBOTAX ONLINE DELUXE TY2012 PREP $19.99
      Tax $0.00
      Shipping $0.00
      Total $56.98

      Did NOT get $10 off my turbotax deluxe order and I paid with discover card?
    • Hi. Actually, you did receive the discount. TT Online Deluxe is normally $29.99 and you paid $19.99. Thanks for using TT. We do appreciate it.
    • Just talked to Discover....the discount is from Turbo Tax but you must use www.turbotax.com/go/Disc1 BEFORE you pay!!!
    • The deluxe is already discounted to 19.99 so it doesn't matter if you use your discover card.  No extra $10 off :(
    • That's right. It's an instant savings instead of a cash back.
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