storecard

storecard

(ˈstɔːˌkɑːd) or

store card

n
(Commerce) Brit another name for charge card
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I got a storecard and I quickly ran up a bill of more than PS400 - just getting stuff for the children.
A private traffic information provider, INRIX, issued the National Traffic Storecard 2010 Annual Report, which ranks Seattle/Tacoma as the 10th most congested metropolitan area in the United States.
Robinho, on pounds 92,000 a week, seen queueing for 25 minutes at Manchester's branch of Harvey Nichols in order to get a storecard giving him 50 per cent savings.
The majority of 16-24-year-olds questioned for a new report said they were most likely to be offered a storecard while out shopping and nearly 80% of them had received unsolicited credit offers in the post.
Stephen Robinson, 53, clambered over holidaymakers, tried to pay for drinks using his House of Fraser storecard and lit a cigarette.
The storecard, aimed at borrowers with a poor credit rating, also charges between 13.
The competition to win Euro 2004 tickets is open to people who use Creation Financial Services' DUET card the storecard for UK high street stores Miss Selfridges, Wallis and Adams.
Any existing storecard holders will receive a kids-go-free voucher.
PASS the Bolly and charge up the executive storecard darling because everything is going to be Absolutely Fabulous.
Since 1981, the hypermarket chain has offered its own storecard, Pass.
9 EXPLOIT STORECARD DISCOUNTS BORROWING on store cards can see customers hit with interest rates of up to 25 per cent.
They sent letters to 200,000 storecard holders saying they would get a credit card unless they said they didn't want one.