Foreign cash

  • Choose from more than 30 currencies 

  • Sort your money before you travel overseas

  • Cash on-hand for purchases overseas

  • Deposit foreign currency directly into your TSB account when you return

  • Purchase foreign currency via your TSB account or by using other banks Eftpos cards.

 


 

Cards

TSB Visa Debit Card

 

 

  • Visa Debit

    Want control of your spending? You can use a Visa Debit card for everyday Eftpos and ATM1 transactions, as well as shopping online, over the phone and traveling overseas – all while using your own money.

     

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TSB Visa Credit Card

 

 

  • Visa Credit

    Get instant access to credit from almost anywhere in New Zealand, around the world2 and online. Use your card wherever Visa is accepted worldwide, or at any ATM displaying the Visa sign.

     

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Multi-Currency Cash Passport Card

 

 

  • Multi-currency Cash Passport

    A Multi-currency Cash Passport is a simple and secure way to manage your travel money. You have easy access to up to nine currencies with PIN protection for security. Use it like a Visa Card etc.

     

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Your foreign currency options compared:

Foreign cash TSB Visa Debit or Credit Multi-currency Cash Passport
Multiple currencies
Use at ATMs
24/7 assistance
Exchange back to NZD
Lock in exchange rate

 


 

Australia ATM use

It's easy to access cash in Australia using your TSB Eftpos card at any Commonwealth Bank ATM.


Using your Eftpos card in Australia
  • Use any Australian Commonwealth Bank ATM as you would a TSB ATM, simply enter your card and PIN as usual.
  • Your balance should be displayed in New Zealand and Australian dollars, taking the guesswork out of conversion.
  • Your receipt should show your remaining account balance in both currencies.
  • With over 3,300 Commonwealth Bank ATMs in Australia, you won’t be caught short.

Eftpos cards issued before 1 January 2006 (with a card number earlier than 5000 5300 0748 0085) will need to be replaced before using them in Australia. Cards will be reissued at no cost, simply contact us to arrange a replacement.

Be aware that there's a maximum withdrawal limit of $1,000 (NZD). The prevailing business day sell exchange rate at the time will apply. A service fee of NZ$5 will apply as well as a currency conversion fee, both paid at the time of withdrawal.

 

  • Don't forget to read this bit

    Use of ATMs not owned by any bank in New Zealand may incur a service fee (in addition to standard account transaction fees) for which TSB receives a commission.

    Visa Classic Credit and Visa Debit cards will incur an Overseas Service Fee.


    We don’t hold all currencies, all the time, we may need to order some for you.

    Foreign Exchange services may be limited to existing customers at some of our smaller branches. 

    Some transactions may not be available to non-TSB customers. Contact us to see if our Foreign Exchange service available at your nearest branch.