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A question about credit cards

January 19th, 2013 at 09:20 am

I will be traveling to Europe this coming summer. Does anyone know of a credit card that has no currency exchange fees?

4 Responses to “A question about credit cards”

  1. Petunia 100 Says:

    Chase Sapphire has no currency exchange fees. I only know this because I called to close mine a few weeks ago, and the rep informed me of this feature. Smile
    Sapphire also has a $95 annual fee, but they waive it the first year. It is currently offering a nice sign-up bonus.

  2. NJDebbie Says:

    Thank you Petunia! I will look into it.

  3. marvholly Says:

    Capitol One also has no forex (exchange) fee. It is the only reason I still have this card.

  4. -Jerry- Says:

    My personal experience would lead me to try Chase Sapphire over Capital One, all other things being equal. I'm glad to know about the Chase Sapphire card, since we are living overseas and have taken it on the chin a few times with our US based cards. I'd rather have some insurance of a US card that we can use without penalty than get a foreign card, frankly. Thanks for the tip, Petunia 100!

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