Question: Can I Use My American Debit Card In Europe?

Using a Bank of America debit card in Europe will cost you $5 fee for ATM cash withdrawals made outside the United States plus an International Transaction fee of 3% of the withdrawal amount.

If you use your Bank of America debit card to purchase goods in Europe it will cost you 3% of the purchase amount.

Which debit card can be used internationally?

If you don’t like the sound of opening a brokerage account, consider the Capital One 360 Checking Account for a debit card for international travel. The account comes with a MasterCard debit card, one of the most widely accepted cards worldwide.

Can I use my debit card in another country?

Make a list of places you can use your debit card at an ATM for free. If your bank is part of a network, often you can use ATMs run by other banks in its network for free, even if you’re in another country. Call your bank to find out if it is part of a network by calling it.

Can I use my debit card at an ATM in Europe?

ATMs in Europe won’t accept a PIN longer or shorter than four digits, so make sure you have your PIN set correctly before you depart on your trip. While you can withdraw cash from an ATM using a credit card, it’s better to use your debit card since a credit card cash advance is more expensive.

Can I use my Wells Fargo debit card in Europe?

Wells Fargo allows you to use any Visa ATM anywhere in the world. However, they charge $5 for every withdrawal and 3% on any transaction in a shop.