Can I put money on a postal transport card?
Travel Money Card customers who are staying abroad or unable to return to the UK during the pandemic can continue to load their Post Office Travel Money Card with the foreign currency and then withdraw cash from ATMs where the Mastercard acceptance mark is displayed in that country to help with day-to-day expenses.
Can we reload a prepaid card?
You can load money onto your prepaid debit card by logging into the card issuer’s website and transfer money from another account. Many prepaid debit card issuers have their own mobile apps, and you can use them to load funds onto your card from another account.
Can I add a Travel Money card to Apple Pay?
Just go to Settings on your iPhone, then Wallet and Apple Pay, and turn on Allow Payments on Mac. And finally, for your iPad, go to Settings then Wallet & Apple Pay, then tap Add Card. Follow the instructions and once your card is verified, tap Next and you’re ready to start using your TMC through your iPad.
Does the postal subscription expire?
Expiry dates can be found on your TMC; all cards are valid for up to 3 years.
Can I withdraw money from the travel card?
To withdraw money from the travel card, you need to insert your card into any ATM abroad and follow the instructions. It’s as simple as withdrawing money from your usual bank card.
How to Add a Travel Card to Apple Wallet?
You can set up a new travel card to use for express travel with Apple Pay in Wallet:
- Check that the region of your device is correct.
- Open the Wallet app on your iPhone.
- Press the Add button.
- Tap your city’s transit card, then choose an amount to put on the card and tap Add.
How do I finance my sage card?
You would log into your Wise account and link it to your UK bank account, you would also enter your US recipient’s bank details. It’s like creating a new beneficiary in your bank account. Once ready, Wise will transfer the requested amount in British Pounds (£GBP) to their own account in the UK.
How do I transfer money to my postal subscription?
If you have money in one currency and you spend in a different currency, we will automatically move it so you can authorize a transaction. Alternatively, you can move the funds using the ‘Transfer’ icon on the free Post Office Travel app, or the ‘Transfer to another wallet’ icon on the website.
Where can I use my postal subscription?
Use your Post Office card anywhere they accept MasterCard, including online payments and ATMs. You can easily top up your postal subscription online or via the app. You can also top it up at a post office, although your money won’t be available until the next morning if you do.
Is the postcard an electronic money product?
Travel Money Card is an electronic money product issued by First Rate Exchange Services Ltd under license from Mastercard International. Post Office Travel Money Card is an electronic money product issued by First Rate Exchange Services Ltd pursuant to license from Mastercard International.
Do you have to pay abroad for the postal travel card?
Full details of our fees and commissions can be found in our Travel Money card terms and conditions. The Post Office Travel Money card is intended for use in countries where the national currency is the same as your card currencies. If the currency is not one of the 23 we offer on your card, you will be charged a cross-border fee.
Do I have to pay for postcards?
Post Office prepaid cards can be ordered free of charge and there is no charge for paying retailers in the currencies held on your travel card. However, you will be charged if you use it to withdraw cash from any ATM. These fees vary depending on the currency used.