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loyalty card

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Definition of loyalty card in English:

noun

British
An identity card issued by a retailer to its customers as part of a consumer incentive scheme, whereby credits are accumulated for future discounts every time a transaction is recorded.
Example sentences
  • Finally, why not use a cashback credit card with your loyalty card to earn up to 2% more on top?
  • I am not concerned that my loyalty card enables credit card companies and supermarkets to analyse my buying habits.
  • Combine your cashback card with a supermarket loyalty card to earn even greater rewards.

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