Prepaid cards Euro and Dollar prepaid cards reviewed
Best Euro and Dollar prepaid cards
If you're heading to a country that uses the Euro or US Dollar as its currency, the prepaid cards in the table below are ranked by a combination of exchange rate, load and ATM fees. By loading the card with Euros or Dollars before you travel, you can set the exchange rate at a time when rates are in your favour.
Sterling prepaid cards are not restricted to a particular currency and our analysis shows in some cases they can be as competitive as their Euro/Dollar counterparts.
Alternatively, a credit card with low fees on overseas spending can work out as the best option for purchases made abroad, as long as the bill is paid off in full each month. Revolut shown in the table below offers near interbank rates on a par with the exchange rate offered by Visa/MasterCard.
Which? comparison table: Credit cards for overseas spending - compare the best deals on the market
Table last updated in July 2015. Next update due September 2015.
Scenario 1: Total cost of making six €25 purchases and two €100 cash withdrawals from an ATM abroad, based on the exchange rate offered on the 22 June 2015
Scenario 2: As scenario 1, but making six $25 purchases and two $100 cash withdrawals (provider's fees included)
The table is ranked by Scenario 1
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