Notify Your Bank Of Your Travels: To be certain that your card will work abroad, before departing you should tell your bank which countries you will be visiting. Otherwise, your bank may block purchases and withdrawals they regard as suspicious. You may be able to set a travel notification in your bank’s online banking system. If not, give them a call or stop by a branch.
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By now we all know to look out for foreign transaction fees on the credit cards that we use while traveling abroad – no one likes paying a 3% premium simply to make everyday purchases just because you’re not doing so in the US. But what might slip your mind is whether or not your ATM card will charge you fees for withdrawing cash abroad, which can be equally if not more onerous than the fees credit cards charge. In fact, it can actually be two charges – a flat ATM use fee of $2-5, and a transaction fee that’s usually a percentage of 1-3% of the withdrawal. So you can really save by knowing what your bank charges.
We don’t have any affiliate ties to Schwab or get paid for promoting their card, we just really love it. No one should have to get a terrible currency exchange rate at a kiosk in the airport or shopping center abroad. Additionally, no one should have to pay ATM fees. The Schwab debit card is a no-brainer for everyone, especially if you travel internationally. This is one of our top recommendations for saving money during your travels. Apply for your own Schwab checking account and get the best debit card out there for your next trip.
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