Our tables compare the digital banks everyone is talking about. See how they stack up against each other for spending abroad. Make sure you tick “compare” in the table to get a more detailed view of the products, and if you still want to know more, click “more info” to read our in-depth reviews.
Digital banks like Monzo, Revolut, Starling and Monese have all of the same functionality as high street current account, but also usually offer free transactions and withdrawals abroad. More and more young people are turning to these banking apps for their day-to-day banking, as well as benefits such as overseas spending.
There are other dedicated travel money apps like WeSwap, which can be another great solution for travellers. Finally, you have the traditional travel money cards. Use our table to compare them, as well as other popular providers in the space, and find the right card for you.
Prepaid cards are another popular solution for travel money. WeSwap doesn’t fall into the same category as the above digital banks. It is worth an honourable mention though. It’s a global travel card and app, which you can use in literally any country. It claims it saves up to 90% vs banks and bureaux. Find out more by heading to WeSwap’s site. Sign up today using the button below to load £5 onto your card for free.
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