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The FairFX Card allows UK residents to own a pre-paid currency card in Euros or US Dollars.
Unlike most credit or debit cards issued in the UK, because the FairFX card is denominated in a foreign currency, when you use it abroad to pay for goods you won't be charged any transaction fee. There is a low fee of €1.50 or $2.00 for cash withdrawals.
Also, because money is stored in Euros or Dollars you won't suffer from uncompetitive exchange rates when using the card. Card users can typically expect to save as much as 10% on Euro and US Dollar exchange rates.