Travelex Launches New Multi-Currency Cash Passport Prepaid MasterCard

Travelex has joined with MasterCard and Access Prepaid to introduce a new tool for international travelers with the launch of the new Multi-Currency Cash Passport Prepaid MasterCard. To celebrate, consumers have the chance to win one million airline miles.

The new travel money card is the first of its kind available in the U.S. and can carry up to five foreign currencies at the same time, including:

  • British Pounds (GBP) 
  • Euros (EUR) 
  • Canadian Dollars (CAD)
  • Australian Dollars (AUD)
  • Japanese Yen (JPY)

The Multi-Currency Cash Passport is sold exclusively at and more than 200 Travelex stores throughout the U.S, including locations in most major airports, cities and key tourist areas. For consumers traveling abroad, the Multi-Currency Cash Passport card offers three key benefits:

The card has both magnetic stripe and chip technology, making shopping convenient for travelers wherever Debit MasterCard or Maestro is accepted worldwide. It can also be used to withdraw money from millions of ATMs worldwide.  

Money can be reloaded to the card online or in Travelex stores as needed (subject to card limits). Funds can also be transferred from one currency to another. 

In addition to the latest chip and PIN technology, cardholders receive 24/7 support from Access Prepaid.  If the card is lost or stolen, a free replacement card can be sent anywhere in the world in as little as 24 hours and emergency cash can be obtained off the balance of the card. Additionally, the card is not connected to the cardholder’s bank account.


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