English version

loyalty card

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishloyalty cardˈloyalty card noun [countable]  a card given by a shop, supermarket, etc to its regular customers allowing them to have advantages such as lower prices, money back on goods etc
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loyalty cardPublishers' restrictions do not, for example, allow us to issue a Dillons customer loyalty card.He had read her Sainsbury's loyalty card account.I flashed my supermarket loyalty card and was in.
From Longman Business Dictionaryloyalty cardˈloyalty cardCOMMERCE a card given by a shop, SUPERMARKET etc that gives regular customers lower prices, money back on goods etcThe loyalty card offers a 5% discount on the store’s own-brand goods. card
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