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Manage your money while you travel with a Multi-currency Cash Passport

The Multi-currency Cash Passport is a re-loadable prepaid currency card and can be used at ATMs displaying a MasterCard® acceptance mark and retailers worldwide and online, who accept MasterCard cards. With an online portal, you can budget your currencies and load more funds via BPAY®. 

You don’t have to be over 18, and you can hold onto the card for the next time you travel. Drop into one of our branches to open your Multi-currency Cash Passport today.

A Multi-currency Cash Passport offers:

  • Various currencies# on the one reloadable prepaid travel money card
  • Chip and PIN protection for your funds
  • Accepted at ATMs displaying a MasterCard acceptance mark
  • 24/7 Global Emergency Assistance
  • Fee free overseas ATM withdrawals (Some ATM operators may charge their own withdrawal fee)
  • Website available to check balances, transfer funds, and much more
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Manage your money while you travel

Excellent interest rate, no frills, no trying to figure out where the charges are.

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Brooke
New South Wales

Here's some information for you:

® Registered to BPAY Pty. Ltd. ABN 69 079 137 518
#The currencies available in respect to the Multi-currency Cash Passport Card may vary from time to time and not all currencies may be available at all times.
Multi-currency Cash Passport TM Prepaid MasterCard Currency Card. Access Prepaid Australia Pty Ltd (ABN 47 145 452 044, AFSL 386 837) arranges (including through Newcastle Permanent Building Society Limited ACN 087 651 992, Australian Financial Services Licence 238 273) for the distribution of the Cash Passport in conjunction with the issuer, Heritage Bank Limited (ABN 32 087 652 024, AFSL / Australian Credit Licence 240 984). You should consider the Product Disclosure Statement for the relevant Cash Passport available at www.cashpassport.com.au before deciding to acquire the product. Any advice does not take into account your personal needs, financial circumstances or objectives and you should consider if it is appropriate for you.