ATM Charges Abroad

ATM Charges Overseas: If you are travelling from Ireland to the UK, USA , Australia –  or any other country that doesn’t use the Euro  – you can usually use your Irish debit card to withdraw the local currency at an ATM . (Cash Machine) The exchange rates given by your card provider at the […]
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Visa or Mastercard in Ireland .

In May 2018 there were widespread issues with Visa card payments in Ireland and other parts of Europe caused by IT problems. In recent years we have also seen major problems with Ulster Bank here in Ireland and TSB in the UK – which resulted in thousands of people unable to make payments or get […]
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Joint Accounts and N26

N26 is the most popular fully digital bank in Ireland. They have over 3.5 million customers in Europe It is a fully licenced EU bank that comes with a Mastercard debit card. All deposits with N26 are covered by the German Bank Guarantee (up to €100,000)There are no branches – you operate the account using […]
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Which Banks Use Apple Pay in Ireland ?

Apple Pay is a method of paying for things using an Apple iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch or Apple Mac. It is a digital wallet – you store your card details on the device then use the device to pay rather than the card itself. In shops, you hold the device over a contactless reader, but […]
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Irish Bank Cards that can be used with Google Pay

Google Pay  (formerly Android Pay/ Google Wallet) is a method of paying for things using an Android phone or tablet. Similar to Apple Pay – it is a digital wallet where you can store your card details on your phone then use the phone to pay contactless or in-app rather than using the card itself. […]
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