Card reciprocal agreements

Card reciprocal agreements

In order to expand the acceptance of their credit and debit cards, many networks, such as Discover Card, JCB and China UnionPay create alliances with other networks.

Existing Reciprocal Agreements

The table below is designed so that you can easily look up your branded card in the first column, and see what other networks it is accepted on. Information, naturally, will be repeated as a result.

Please contribute to this table if you know more.

Press Releases and Other Documentation

* [ Discover Financial Services and JCB Announce Alliance] JCB Website
* [ Discover Financial Services and JCB Announce Alliance] Discover Website
* [ Renminbi Denominated China UnionPay Card Accepted in the US]
* [ Discover Financial Services and China Unionpay Launch Second Phase of Reciprocal Acceptance Agreement]
* [ PULSE and LINK Networks Sign Reciprocal ATM/Cash Machine Agreement]
* [ China UnionPay and Discover Financial Services Launch Partnership Opening Discover’s PULSE Network to Chinese Travelers]
* [ MasterCard Diners Club Alliance]

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