PREPAID CURRENCY CARDS

Prepaid currency cards allow you to add money to them before you travel and then use them as if it was your normal debit card but in your destinations
designated currency. You can use them to purchase items and also to withdraw money from an ATM. By pre-loading the currency card you are normally able to
lock in the exchange rate before your travels. When the balance of the travel card reaches 0, you can top up again using a credit card, bank transfer or cash.

TYPES OF CARDS

EURO CARDS

Compare Prepaid Euro Cards

If you are travelling to a Eurozone country, the prepaid Euro currency card is perfect for you. You can lock in the best exchange rates available and avoid the fees and poor exchange rate associated with your UK debit or credit card.

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EURO CARDS

US DOLLAR CARDS

Compare Prepaid US Dollar Cards

The US currency card is the answer if you are travelling to the United States. You can say goodbye to expensive foreign transactions fees and get access to far superior exchange rates while avoiding carrying cash with you.

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DOLLAR CARDS

MULTI-CURRENCY CARDS

Compare Multicurrency Cards

If you are travelling to a Eurozone country, the prepaid Euro currency card is perfect for you. You can lock in the best exchange rates available and avoid the fees and poor exchange rate associated with your UK debit or credit card.

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MULTI-CURRENCY CARDS

How do Prepaid Currency Cards work?

Prepaid currency cards allow you to add money to the cards before travel (loading the card) and then when abroad use them as you would with a normal debit or credit card to buy goods and services and also to withdraw money, once the funds have been used you will need to top-up the card before continuing to use it.

Can I lock in an exchange rate when I buy a prepaid card?

Just as you are able to lock in rates when buying travel money, you can also do the same for Euro currency cards and US currency cards. Multi-currency cards are different, in that you would leave your card balance in Pounds and then as you use it an exchange rate is applied.

How long does the currency card application process typically take?

Most applications take a few days to process and then your card is sent to you.

Will I get charged to use an overseas ATM?

Mostly not, but this depends on the supplier, you can check this by pressing “more details” underneath each card we compare.

Where can I use the currency card?

Anywhere that accepts Visa or Mastercard

Is there a minimum age limit?

Yes, to apply for the currency card you will need to be at least 18 years old.

Are there any credit checks?

No, as the currency is paid for in advance and you can’t go “overdrawn” there are no credit checks performed