Dinah_C_Alsford wrote: »
I'm going on a cruise, starting in Germany (euros) and visiting towns in Austria, Hungary, Czech Republic and Slovakia. I guess they are all different currencies. If I put money on a FAIRFX card
(1) is it easy to use everywhere? and
(2) can I use it for small amounts like postcards, cup of coffee, etc?
oliviawood69 wrote: »
Could anybody advise me on the best prepaid card to use when backpacking around Asia? I already have a Halifax Clarity card but I need a backup in case this gets lost or stolen.
Ideally need free cash withdrawals abroad.
YoBear wrote: »
A great article but no mention or comparison of Metro Bank debit card against the others for use in the eurozone including eurozone countries that use their own currency (UK, Denmark, Croatia, Poland etc;) which a FairFx card would charge a 1.4% conversion for a currency that is not in euros while Metro Bank is free.
Metro Bank also use Mastercard rates and they do not charge for cash withdrawals AND issue cards on the spot which is a big win when you're due to leave on holiday within 10 days (prepay cards usually take 10 days to deliver).
The only real downside is you can't 'fix' your rate like a prepay card.
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