Take a Starling Bank card abroad
- Starling Bank is a great option for managing your holiday spend
- Order now and a Starling Bank debit card can arrive within 3-5 business days
- No ATM fees
- No transaction fees
Taking a travel card is less stressful than taking a regular bank card. There’s also a load of savings to be made! This guide will take you through the benefits, and let you compare some of the best options for holiday goers.
Good for any prospective holiday-goer to bear in mind, though, is that while the traditional way of getting travel money is all well and good, there’s a range of digital apps that can make the process even simpler. These include Starling, Revolut and N26. If these new age solutions float your boat, you can read our guide to learn more about them. For a run through of the pros and cons of prepaid travel cards though, here’s all the info you’ll need.
There’s a range of alternatives to using travel cards, but possibly the best of the lot is digital banking apps. The reason why being that most, if not all, of the major names in this field charge zero transaction and withdrawal fees. You can also manage the whole process on your phone, saving on the stress of having to make an appointment at your local bank branch or post office.
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