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4brian
Posts: 4
Registered: ‎11-07-2011

Pre Paid EMV Travel Cards

I am looking for a PIN & CHIP Prepaid Travel Card.

 

Many of the banks are starting to issue these as credit cards.

 

I have also seen Credit Unions issuing these cards.

 

Anyone know of a US Bank offering EMV Pre-Paid (Pin & Chip) Debit Cards ?

 

Thanks,

 

Brian

 

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DaveSignal
Posts: 2,043
Registered: ‎07-29-2011

Re: Pre Paid EMV Travel Cards

travelex offers them.  You can order it and pick it up at the airport, but their exchange rates are awful.

 

NC SECU offers a chip + pin debit, but you have to be a state employee in North Carolina to get membership.

 

Otherwise, the two EMV cards in my sig are not pre-pay, but are the only cards available in the US with $0 annual fee and 0% forex fee.

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Jlu
Posts: 569
Registered: ‎06-12-2012

Re: Pre Paid EMV Travel Cards

Wait til you get overseas, there will be a whole bunch of them to pick from.

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