Definition of platinum card in English:

platinum card

Syllabification: plat·i·num card
(also trademark Platinum Card)


A credit card made available to individuals with high credit ratings, which carries certain privileges that are unavailable to holders of other cards.
More example sentences
  • But it seems that affluent Irish people will to forced to wait before even the platinum card is available here.
  • The Halifax has also introduced a new credit platinum card, charging 2.9% annually for the first five months.
  • Extreme beauty, as well as a platinum card, gains you privileged access in Funky Buddha.

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