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15 Responses to View Travel Money Card Products

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    Carol | April 6, 2017

    Hi which is the best card to use while in Bali and Vietnam?

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    Rod | April 5, 2017

    Which is the best card to use in Europe, Hungary,and Jordan and Israel?

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      Harold | April 5, 2017

      Hi Rod,

      Thank you for your inquiry.

      For your options please refer to the following links provided below.

      1. Travel Money Guide: Europe
      2. Travel Money Guide: Hungary
      3. Travel Money Guide: Jordan and Hungary – At present we don’t have this on our listings.

      I hope this information has helped.


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    Mel | March 29, 2017

    Can you advise of any travel cards that will load South African Rand? Cheers

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      Chester | March 30, 2017

      Hello Mel,

      Thanks for your question,

      Most of the Australian travel money cards does not support South African Rand. No need to worry, for you to learn more and check your options, you may visit this page makes a great travel money guide before your trip. Let me just share that when a specific currency is not supported then a typical currency conversion fee will incur. Also please read and understand the terms and conditions on their PDS before selecting a particular product.


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    EVH | September 19, 2016

    Which cards give you a second card with a different PIN to use even if the main card is lost or stolen

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    Anne | June 3, 2016

    What is the best credit card for USA?

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      Sally | June 6, 2016

      Hi Anne,

      Thanks for your question.

      As a financial comparison service, we can’t recommend any specific products as the ‘best’ option will depend on your financial situation and travel plans.

      However, as all of the Australian Travel Money cards support US Dollars and can be used in the US (under Visa, MasterCard or American Express), most of them are suitable for use in the US. However, you might want to consider how you’ll be using the card and look at some of the fees and features that might impact the value you get from it. For example, you might want to look for a card that comes with a global ATM alliance to reduce ATM withdrawal fees or a card that comes with a frequent flyer program.

      For more travel money tips for your trip to the USA, please see our USA Travel Money guide.

      I hope this has helped.



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    | September 25, 2014

    From what I can work out a Citi Plus account charges no account fees and no conversion fees when overseas, however they say to use Westpac, Citibank, St. George ATM’s. Do these Banks have ATM’S in New Zealand

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      Shirley | September 26, 2014

      Hi Brigida,

      Thanks for your question.

      Please note that you can use Citibank, Westpac, St.George, BankSA and Bank of Melbourne ATMs throughout Australia for free. Unfortunately they don’t apply to international ATMs.

      There is a Citibank ATM in Auckland that is available. Otherwise, an foreign ATM withdrawal fee may apply.


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    trev | August 5, 2014




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      Shirley | August 6, 2014

      Hi Trev,

      This is very hard to say without actually knowing what your card is – would you be able to let me know which product you’re referring to?


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    Sharron | May 15, 2014

    I am traveling to south east Asia, Philippines, Vietnam,Cambodia and THailand. From what I can gather by looking on site’s that the Citibank Plus Debit doesn’t have any ATM withdraw fees only the Atm fee. except for Thailand would I be better of loading US$ on or AU$ as I have looked At the EX converter and in each currency I seem to get a better exchange rate in US$.Citibank dose not give you a back up card they send it to you. As I am on a budget but will have a Nab debit card as a back up. Thank you.

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