Yes, you can use your card overseas.
There’s just a single non-sterling purchase fee of 2.99% every time you make a purchase abroad.
If you withdraw cash in a foreign currency you will be charged a cash transaction fee of 2.99% (minimum fee of £2.99).
Do I get charged for using my Barclays credit card abroad?
Yes, you can use your debit card in millions of shops and cash machines worldwide – anywhere you see the Visa sign. We’ll charge you a 2.75% Non-Sterling Transaction Fee for using your debit card abroad when making purchases, withdrawing cash or when you are being refunded.
Do I need to notify Barclaycard If going abroad?
No, you don’t have to tell Barclaycard when you take a holiday or travel on business. Always alert for fraud, we’ll contact you using your mobile number if we spot anything unusual on your account while you’re away, but there’s no need to inform us of your travels.
Will I get charged for using my credit card abroad?
Credit cards attract a number of fees when you use them abroad. Typically, you’ll be charged the following fees: A foreign transaction fee. A withdrawal fee if you use your credit card at an ATM.
How much does it cost to use my Barclays debit card abroad?
A 2.75% fee charged by us for using your debit card abroad when making purchases, withdrawing cash or for refunds. You’ll also pay this fee whenever you don’t pay in sterling (either abroad or in the UK) such as shopping online at a non-UK website.