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 -

MAKGAMATHA 20-01-2017

FNB - Miss

Can u give the student lone I will u after study get a job

aya07 16-01-2017

FNB - Miss

Can u give the student lone I will u after study get a job

aya07 16-01-2017

ABSA -

zet 13-01-2017

NEDBANK - Miss

Miss Rakojoane

katleho 07-01-2017

FNB - Mr

Study loan request for varsity fees for 2017

Huna 05-01-2017

ABSA - Unhappy 30yr loyal customer

1) Poor Service delivery to ABSA Private Bank Clients 2) Poor Exchange Rates for ABSA Private Bank Clients 3) As 30yr old customer ABSA has changed its focus on ABSA and not their customers as "cornerstone" of their business as set out in their code of conduct. 4) This customer urgently looking to bank elsewhere in 2017 HELP PLEASE!

KingLion 31-12-2016

FNB -

EmilioMorgan 19-12-2016

CAPITEC BANK - Pretty good

Like the simplicity for dealing with the bank when there is an issue.

Astroweb 17-12-2016

FNB -

mudau 13-12-2016

FNB -

jowimasoga 12-12-2016

FNB - Think zuma's admin department do FNB too

Worst bank . They need to get all their branches on the same page with relation to what documents are accepted for verification & proofs.I was told this morning by a FNBKYC rep, that each branch has their own veriation and terms regarding type of acceptable documents. i had taken 3 different documents which are on the "list of acceptable documents" to be told at Long Street FNB Branch they would not accept them.

mathieut 23-11-2016

FNB -

thembuz88 18-11-2016

FNB -

Bxudhswhdv 18-11-2016

CAPITEC BANK - Great

bradhogg 18-11-2016

CAPITEC BANK - Cool

Cool

timp 18-11-2016

FNB - Not bad!

timp 18-11-2016

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