Charges on Current Bank Accounts in Ireland

The majority of the banks in Ireland now have some sort of transaction fees or admin charges on current bank accounts. The options for current accounts in Ireland will be shrinking over the next couple of years as Ulster Bank and KBC are both pulling out of Ireland. We have compared current bank account charges […]
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Debit Card Spending and Withdrawal Limits in Ireland

Most of the banks and card providers in Ireland set daily limits on how much can be spent on debit cards. There are also daily ATM cash withdrawal limits on most debit cards. Debit Card Daily Spending Limits EBS: €2,000 ; PTSB: €2,500 ; KBC: €2,500 ; N26: €5000 ; Revolut max of £5,000 in […]
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Prepaid Debit and Credit Cards in Ireland

Prepaid  Debit and Credit cards can be used for spending at online shops and high street stores – in the same way as normal Debit and Credit Cards. A prepaid card is a payment card that can be loaded with money by you or someone else. You can then use the card to pay bills […]
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Debit and Credit Card Charges on Non-Euro Purchases

When you use your Irish debit card or credit card for purchases in non Euro currencies – (including online) … you will nearly always be charged currency conversion fees by your bank. These charges will be on top of any “normal” bank transaction charges. Most Irish banks will also make extra charges for non-Euro cash […]
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