affinity card


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affinity card

n.
A credit card sponsored by an organization, such as a university or business, that receives part of the card user's fees.

affinity card

n
1. (Commerce) Brit a credit card issued by a bank or credit-card company, which donates a small percentage of the money spent using the card to a specified charity
2. (Commerce) US a card entitling members of an affinity group (e.g. club, college) to a discount when used for purchases

affin′ity card`


n.
a credit card issued in conjunction with an organization, as a university, sports club, or corporation.
[1985–90]
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This new solution, which we are calling the Affinity Card App, meets the needs of today's consumers -- making it faster, easier and more convenient to bank with us.
Meanwhile, TNA wishes to thank all of you who have used the TNA affinity card and for all you have done to support the mission and growth of TNA during the time we have had this credit card program.
He added: "This affinity card confirms our trust in the partnership culture and our commitment to build long-term relationships with different Lebanese orders and syndicates, their role being crucial in the economic and social development of the country.
Possible products mentioned in the request include clothing, jewelry, boots, games, kitchen items and a "financial institution affinity card program.
A charity participating in an affinity card program also often receives cash payments based upon new customer signup fees or annual customer renewal fees.
Meanwhile, SCNA gives those of you who have held and used the SCNA affinity card, great thanks for all you have done for SCNA and its growth and mission during the time that we have had this credit card program.
JPMorgan Chase (NYSE: JPM) has announced that it has launched a new affinity card.
The Better Hillfields Affinity Card contains a number which people can text on their mobile phones to access up-to-date information about the area.
1) His intention to enslaved himself in the north when southerners voted for separation in 2011; 2) use his last affinity card to serve his masters' interest; or 3) Dr.
Sheffield United own several clubs worldwide and have asked Indigo to develop an affinity card programme for one of their European clubs.
The money may have helped Albion to return to the Premiership, because Stoke City - the biggest surprise of all among the elite this season along with Hull City - earns nearly pounds 1ma year from16,000 fans holding its affinity card.
If you use a credit card - and who doesn't these days - the issuers would have you believe that choosing what's known as an affinity card is a great way to help your favourite cause.