Learn about the NAB Traveller Card in this review to help you decide whether this is the card for you.
Prepaid Traveller Card
Pros & Cons
|No ATM, load or reload fees||$3.75 ATM fee in Australia|
|Complimentary back-up card with different PIN||You cannot change your PIN|
|24/7 Global Assistance||4% Foreign Currency Conversion|
Benefits of the NAB Traveller Card
Managing your funds
- Manage, check and reload 24/7 through NAB Internet Banking, or via BPAY or at any NAB branch
- Moving funds from currency to currency on the card using the NAB currency-to-currency foreign exchange rate
- Chip and PIN
- Complimentary secondary card with a different PIN
- Free replacement card if lost or stolen
- 24/7 Global Emergency Assistance
- Use anywhere you see the Mastercard logo
- Either keep your card until next time or transfer over your leftover funds
- No international ATM or POS fees
- No load or reload fee
Currencies and Countries
Australian dollars (AUD)
US dollars (USD)
Great British pounds (GBP)
New Zealand dollars
Hong Kong dollars (HKD)
Canadian dollars (CAD)
Singapore dollars (SGD)
Thai baht (THB)
Japanese yen (JPY)
|Minimum Load||Maximum Load|
|ATM Withdrawal Limit (24 hours)||POS Transaction Limit (24 hours)|
AUD 3,000 (or currency equivalent)
AUD 7,000 (or currency equivalent)
All prices are in AUD
|Card Purchase||Initial Load||Reload Funds|
|Replacement Card Fee||Foreign Currency Conversion*||Inactivity Fee|
|Card Termination||Negative Balance|
|ATM Withdrawal Fees|
No international ATM withdrawal fees unless charged by ATM operator
$3.75 ATM withdrawal fee for domestic ATMs
Harriet is from Auckland, New Zealand but is living in Australia while she completes her university degree. Harriet regularly goes home to see friends and family, and plans to meet her friends in Japan for a ski trip.
Harriet is unsure of the best way to secure her spending money for the trip, so when she researched, she found the NAB Traveller Card to suit her needs. She was able to load her AUD to JPY for her ski trip, and along with no international ATM or POS fees, Harriet was free to withdraw and spend money abroad worry-free.
She also found it handy when going home too, as she could load her hard-earned AUD to NZD with no hassle at all through the NAB Internet Banking app.
How To Apply for the ANZ Travel Card
Order your card online and pick-up at an ANZ branch closest to you
Complete an online registration
Collect your card at an ANZ branch in 5 working days
Register your card online
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