Travel Cards

Travel Cards are pre-paid foreign currency debit cards which enable you to conveniently purchase goods and services or withdraw money from any international ATM. They are ideal for overseas trips as you don’t need to worry about carrying cash around with you. Where possible rather swipe for purchases as withdrawing money will charge you fees.

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Card Information

 
Name of Card Standard Bank TravelWallet  FNB Cash Passport Absa Multi-Currency Cash Passport Nedbank AMEX Travel Card
Initiation Fee R105 R110 $10 (USD, AUD)
€10 (EUR)
£ 7,50 (GBP)
R114
Fees charged when loading money onto the card 1,85% of the amount (R65 min fee) 1,90% of the amount (R65 min fee) 1,65% of the amount (R100 min fee) 1,85% of the amount (R50 min fee)
Currencies that can be loaded onto the card US Dollar
GB Pound
Euro
Aus Dollar
US Dollar
GB Pound
Euro
Aus Dollar
US Dollar
GB Pound
Euro 
Aus Dollar
US Dollar
GB Pound
Euro
To apply you will need:

 

 

 

 

Valid Passport
Valid air ticket (not more than 3 months away from your travel date)
To Apply: Visit a Standard Bank branch Visit an FNB Branch or call 0860 1 FOREX (36739) Visit an Absa Branch or call 0860 151 151 Visit a Nedbank Forex Branch

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Please note that after returning from your overseas travels, money still on your travel card can be transferred at no charge into your existing bank account if the card was issued by the same bank (If you are transferring into your account with another bank, fees will apply).

At Wheretobank.co.za, we recommend that when travelling abroad you take a combination of cash passports, foreign currency or travellers cheques just to minimise the risk of you being stranded somewhere without access to funds. Also don’t keep all your money in one place.

Reviews

FNB - Credit Card Fraud on a card i hadn't received yet

I upgraded my credit card and fraud happened on the card that was still with the couriers and they had linked my cheque card to that card as well and transactions were done also from the cheque account. My question was who linked my cheque card to a credit card that i hadn't received yet and i was given lousy excuses, no apology from the bank what so ever. I then decided to closed both my cheque account and credit card and I want nothing to do with the bank anymore. They might have the best self service channels but their contact centre sucks. bad service, consultant drop calls and are very rude. I wonder if tehy listen to their calls or if they have Quality Assurance. But hey i'm happy with the bank i choose after them. They treat me like i'm their only customer.

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