Yes. It's the same "on" as "put it on my account".-- Explain what, Trott? That we were buying four stolen semi-automatic weapons on your gold card?
Who's That Girl, movie
The context is Nikki was going to buy some arms using Loudon's gold card.
Is it correct to use ON instead of WITH?
Not sure about that Vic, if we look at the Google Ngram viewer here, for both AE and BE, "on my card" gets twice the number of hits as "with my card". Change "my" to "your", and the difference is even greater.A question -- the "with" version is more common in such contexts, am I right?
But I think the verb is essential here: "buy". That's why I started the thread.