affinity card(redirected from affinity cards)
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A credit card sponsored by an organization, such as a university or business, that receives part of the card user's fees.
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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
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a credit card issued in conjunction with an organization, as a university, sports club, or corporation.
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