Learn about the Suncorp Cash Passport in this review to help you decide whether this is the card for you.
Use the Cash Passport App
Pros & Cons
|Free replacement card||Greater of 1.1% of $15 initial and reload fee|
|24/7 Global Assistance||$10 closure fee|
|No international ATM withdrawal fees||Domestic bank ATM withdrawal fee|
Benefits of the Auspost Multi-currency Cash Passport
Manage your money
- Top up online, and check your balance via the Cash Passport app, or online/phone
- Chip and PIN protected with signature panel
- 24/7 Global Emergency Assistance
- Free second back-up card provided
- Free replacement card in event of lost or stolen cards
- Withdraw local currency at over 2.1 million ATMs worldwide
- Use online, pay directly through Mastercard merchants or withdraw at any ATM
- Enables you to load both AUD and foreign currencies directly onto the card
- Unlimited reloads
- Lock in exchange rates and avoid fluctuations
Currencies and Countries
| Australia (AUD)
United States (USD)
United Kingdom (GBP)
New Zealand (NZD)
| Hong Kong (HKD)
|Minimum Load||Maximum Load|
|$100 (BPAY and Debit)||$100,000
$25,000 (via BPAY)
$15,000 – $60,000 (via Debit, depending on time period)
|ATM Withdrawal Limit (24 hours)||POS Transaction Limit (24 hours)|
|AUD 3,000 (or currency equivalent)||
All prices are in AUD
|Card Purchase||Initial Load||Reload Funds|
|1.1% of initial load of $15||Fee is set and charged by agent from which you purchased the card||$5 flat fee per reload (web & mobile)
|Foreign Currency Conversion*||Inactivity Fee||Card Termination|
|Mastercard rate plus 5.95% of transaction value**||$4 per month||$10|
|Negative Balance||Replacement or Back-up card||Emergency Cash Transfer|
|ATM Withdrawal Fees|
No International ATM withdrawal fee (fee may be imposed by ATM operator
2.95% domestic ATM withdrawal fee
* Foreign currency conversion is charged when you spend in a currency that is not loaded or supported on the card
**The MasterCard rate is the exchange rate determined by MasterCard to be their wholesale rate or the government mandated rate in effect in the day the transaction is processed by MasterCard.
Lola goes on skiing holidays up to 3 times a year, either in New Zealand, Japan or Canada. Every time she leaves, she buys her currency in cash and sometimes when it runs out, she uses her Debit card abroad.
Lola became increasingly frustrated with being subject to the charges of exchange rate fluctuations and overspending her AUD while abroad.
What Lola didn’t know was that Suncorp offered a Cash Passport that avoided all exchange rate fluctuations, as well as having unlimited reloads – handy if she ever bought too many beers after the slopes! She could pay with ease via the Cash Passport app for her skiing activities, as well as hotels and dining knowing that her budget was protected.
How To Apply for the Multi-currency Cash Passport
Order your card online and have it delivered to your doorstep
Order your card online
Verify your identity
Register your card
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