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loyalty card

noun [C]
 
 
UK
COMMERCE, MARKETING a plastic or paper card given to a customer by a store or company, used to record information about what the customer buys and to reward them for buying goods or services from the store or company: A double room costs €79.99 per night, but less if you have a loyalty card. Supermarket loyalty cards record the shopping habits of every customer.
Translations of “loyalty card”
in Chinese (Traditional) (商業企業發給顧客的)會員卡…
in Chinese (Simplified) (商业企业发给顾客的)会员卡…
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