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Club 18-30 Prepaid Card (Prepaid Card)Visa Card
Club 18-30 Prepaid Card - Note this card is no longer available to purchase but existing holders can still use the card and access their account.
Club 18-30 Prepaid Cardholders benefit from no fees on foreign exchange so it's good if you want to use it abroad.  There are also no management fees and no transaction charges.  With the Club 18-30 Prepaid Card you also have access to discounts in related holiday resorts.  This card can only be ordered using a credit or debit card.  Use the card wherever there is a Maestro® sign and at Chip&PIN retailers and of course you can also use it abroad.  The Club 18-30 Prepaid Card is does not require a bank account and you will not earn any interest on funds loaded on to the card.  It is used in a similar way to a phone top up card - load the card with your required funds and use until the funds run out. 
There are maximum amounts you can load on to the card and the balance cannot exceed £3500 (more restrictions apply to cardholders under the age of 18).  See Club 18-30 website for full details.    
Under 18: NoChip & Pin: NoSMS Services: NoMoney Share: No
Pay As You Go: No
Costs, Rates & Fees
Card Cost: £0.00Max Balance: £0.00Monthly Fee: £0.00Replacement Cost: £0.00
Purchase Fee: ATM Fee:
Purchase Fee (INT): £0.00ATM Fee (INT): £0.00
Cash Adv Fee (UK): £0.00Cash Adv Fee (INT): £0.00
FX Fee: £0.00Renewal Fee: £0.00
Estimated Usage
- Rate: £0.00

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