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Find and compare the best prepaid travel cards

  - Carry your currency safely with prepaid travel cards. Compare the best Euro, US Dollar and Sterling currency cards.

Compare the Best Prepaid Travel Money Cards

 CurrencyTransaction FeesForeign Exchange FeesIssue FeesATM ChargesAdditional Information 
 
Caxton
Caxton
Sterling
(GB£)
Nil2.49%NilNil
  • Debit Card
  • Internet
  • Standing Order
Go to Site
EasyFX
EasyFX
Sterling
(GB£)
Euro
(EU€)
Dollar
(US$)
NilUp to £700: 1.8%, £700 to £3K: 1.2%, £3000+: 1%NilNil
  • Bank Account
  • Debit Card
  • Internet
  • Multiple other currencies available
 
Seasons
Seasons
Sterling
(GB£)
NilNilNilNil
  • Bank Account
  • Debit Card
  • Standing Order
  • Payzone
 
WeSwap Mastercard
WeSwap Mastercard
Sterling
(GB£)
Nil1.00% in 18 specified currencies, 2.00% for GBP loading / worldwide usage NilFree above £200,then £1.50
  • Debit Card
  • Bank Account
  • Internet
Go to Site
ICE Travellers Cashcard
ICE Travellers Cashcard
Sterling
(GB£)
Nil2.85%£4.75 (if less than £700 loaded)Nil
  • Bank Account
  • Debit Card
  • Credit Card
Go to Site
ICE Travellers Cashcard
ICE Travellers Cashcard
Euro
(EU€)
NilNil£4.75 (if less than £700 loaded)Nil
  • Bank Account
  • Debit Card
  • Credit Card
Go to Site
ICE Travellers Cashcard
ICE Travellers Cashcard
Dollar
(US$)
NilNil£4.75 (if less than £700 loaded)Nil
  • Bank Account
  • Debit Card
  • Credit Card
Go to Site
Endsleigh Travelcard Mastercard
Endsleigh Travelcard Mastercard
Sterling
(GB£)
NilNil£9.95£1.00
  • Debit Card
  • Credit Card
  • PayPoint
  • Post Office
  • BACS
  • Standing Order
 
Multi-Currency Cash Passport
Multi-Currency Cash Passport
Sterling
(GB£)
Euro
(EU€)
Dollar
(US$)
Nil5.75%Nil£1.50 Varies by currency
  • Debit Card
  • Credit Card
  • Bank Account
  • Standing Order
  • Internet
  • Multiple other currencies available
 
Lyk
Lyk
Sterling
(GB£)
Euro
(EU€)
Dollar
(US$)
NilVariesNil£1.50
  • Debit Card
  • Credit Card
  • Bank Account/BACS
  • Standing Order
  • Internet
  • Multiple other currencies available
 
Sponsored Products
easyjet Euro currency card
easyjet Euro currency card
Euro
(EU€)
Nil3.50%£5.95 (free if loaded with more than £100)Nil
  • BACS
  • Internet
  • Debit Card
  • Credit Card
Go to Site
FairFX Everywhere Card
FairFX Everywhere Card
Sterling
(GB£)
1.40%Nil£9.95£1.50
  • Bank Account
  • Debit Card
  • Credit Card
  • Mobile App
Go to Site
FairFX Dollar Card
FairFX Dollar Card
Dollar
(US$)
NilNil£9.95$2.00
  • Bank Account
  • Debit Card
  • Credit Card
  • Mobile App
Go to Site
FairFX Euro Card
FairFX Euro Card
Euro
(EU€)
NilNil£9.95€1.50
  • Bank Account
  • Debit Card
  • Credit Card
  • Mobile App
Go to Site
Net+
Net+
Sterling
(GB£)
Euro
(EU€)
Dollar
(US$)
Nil3.99%1.75%No
  • Debit Card
  • Credit Card
  • Internet
  • Bank Account
  • Ukash
  • POLi vouchers
  • Multiple other currencies available
Go to Site

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Compare the best prepaid travel cards

Our travel money card selection is ordered by lowest transaction fee, lowest ATM charge, then lowest application fee.

Prepaid cards allow you to pre-load them with money you already have. This means that you can’t get into debt with them – you can only ever spend what you’ve put on the card.

The big advantage of a prepaid travel card over cash is that if you lose the card you can get it replaced – with your money still on there. If you lose cash on holiday or are robbed, you are unlikely to get this back from your travel insurer.

You can choose one of 3 currencies to have your prepaid travel cards in:

  • Euro € Currency card
  • Dollar $ Currency card
  • Sterling £ Currency card

Keep an eye on the transaction and foreign exchange fees – preferably you should look for a card where these are nil.

Some currency prepaid cards also make a charge for withdrawing money at an ATM. If you’re planning to access your cash at a hole-in-the-wall (rather than using your card to make purchases) you should try to find a card that doesn’t make ATM charges.

You may be able to “top-up” your card using a variety of methods. Consider how you might want to do this, bearing in mind that you may be out of the country when you want to transfer money from your bank account to the prepaid card.  

What next?

Act to make your travel money stretch further

What makes a card traveller-friendly?

 

Prepaid Card Types

Prepaid Everyday CardsPrepaid Everyday Cards
Preload your card with money that you already have so you only spend what you have.

Prepaid Travel Money CardsPrepaid Travel Money Cards
Preload them with foreign currency before you travel so you know how much you have to spend abroad.

Business Prepaid CardsBusiness Prepaid Cards
Need a payment option for staff, but don’t want a credit card?

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