Travel money + free £18 if you add £500 to the prepaid card @ weswap
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Travel money + free £18 if you add £500 to the prepaid card @ weswap

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Found 11th Jul 2017
This is a prepaid Mastercard for traveling. I took one and didnt use it and then got an email offering a bonus of £18 if I added £500 to my card.

The rate of exchange is very good and can be used for all the main currencies including euro and Dollars.

It isn't a credit card. It is a prepaid card meaning you can only spend what you have put on the card.

You can use it in the UK like any other card for transactions. There is no charge for withdrawing sterling off your card.

may be worth a look for holiday funds and some free cash.
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yes a bonus if you spend £500. Not free.
Deposit £500, withdraw £518?
CBJ137

yes a bonus if you spend £500. Not free.




no, you don't have to spend it. you can simply withdraw afterwards it if you choose to. no charge.at any atm that doesnt charge you. maximum £200 a week. Besides I'm simply using mine on everyday expenses which would come out of my bank debit card otherwise. so food, petrol, household utility bills etc etc.
I think offer is account specific.
myflumps

I think offer is account specific.



I think if you take a card and dont use it then they send you the offer to encourage you.
money saving expert have a referal link for free £10 if you add £50. Exchange rate was within about 0.3% of what my capital one credit card did.
Anyone know how their rates compare to Monzo?
Also take a look at Revolut.
Whats this compared to revolut?
jpoolfitz14th Jul

Whats this compared to revolut?


sorry I dont know
PeteW

Anyone know how their rates compare to Monzo?



Monzo is better as they don't take a percentage of the foreign exchange like WeSwap who take up to 1.4% for an instant swap. Also with weswap you must exchange before you spend where as Monzo exchanges on the spot for you.
lg199117 h, 35 m ago

Monzo is better as they don't take a percentage of the foreign exchange …Monzo is better as they don't take a percentage of the foreign exchange like WeSwap who take up to 1.4% for an instant swap. Also with weswap you must exchange before you spend where as Monzo exchanges on the spot for you.



Yes and they use the Mastercard exchange rate. Weswap uses the true, mid-market exchange rate at the time. Also known as the interbank rate or spot rate. This rate is superior to the Mastercard rate. Their fee is 1% on 7 day swaps.

Mastercard's rate is worse and why use Monza instead of an ordinary Mastercard ?
jonnithomas17th Jul

Yes and they use the Mastercard exchange rate. Weswap uses the true, …Yes and they use the Mastercard exchange rate. Weswap uses the true, mid-market exchange rate at the time. Also known as the interbank rate or spot rate. This rate is superior to the Mastercard rate. Their fee is 1% on 7 day swaps.Mastercard's rate is worse and why use Monza instead of an ordinary Mastercard ?

Monzo is easier for some people to get hold of then a normal MasterCard credit card, and once the 1% is taken into account Monzo can often cheaper then weswap. Revolut is my preferred card to spend, however it's not great for withdrawals.
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