Credit cards issued by major banks and sponsored by other companies such as airlines, automakers, and department stores or nonprofit organizations such as alumni associations or charities. The issuer and the company or group co-market the cards and share in the revenue that is generated. See co-branded cards.
Offered by non-financial organizations. The organization approaches its members and affinity card gives holders of the card a special discount from the non-financial organization. The organization receives the loyalty of its members who choose to use the card and a small fee from the credit card company itself.
A standard bank credit card issued in conjunction with some charitable, political, or other sponsoring non-profit organization; these cares are a source of revenue to the sponsoring group since they normally earn a small percentage of all retail transactions.
are a credit card that are attached to certain charities or organisations and will donate a percentage of the cash that you spend with your credit card, which is usually between 0.5%-2%, with some cards paying a one off donation straight to the charity or organisation, to entice you to buy into the card.
A credit card that rewards you with points or a bonus for use. Some cards pay the reward into a charity.
Cards issued by Bangkok Bank in co-operation with partners, such as Visa and MasterCard, which can be used to purchase products and services worldwide.
A payment card issued on the basis that the card issuer makes a donation to a particular organisation (often a charity).
Credit cards branded with the name of a charity or trade union. Often give a small donation to the chosen organisation every time they are used.