The definition of a lodge card [In under 100 words] - Click Travel

A lodge card is one of three different types of payment mechanisms used to pay for corporate travel via a TMC.

It’s a credit card which is specifically designed for business travel expenditure. Typically one credit card number is “lodged” with your travel management provider, and it’s to this number that all expenditure is charged.

Whilst they are relatively simple and universally accepted, they can cause issues from a data perspective if your spend is large.

For more information on payment mechanisms for business travel check out our free and comprehensive guide below.


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