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These prepaid Visa cards let you spend without ever going overdrawn. Compare withdrawal, purchase and loading fees to help keep costs down.

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Suits Me Premium Card
Administration fee
£9.97 then £4.97 a month
UK transactions
Free
UK ATM withdrawals
£1.25
Load charges
Bank transfer: free, Paypoint: £0.99 + 2.6%
No credit checks or hidden fees or charges. Open an account in minutes and get instant access to your current account with the ability to set up bank transfers, direct debits and standing orders. Includes a free contactless Visa debit card.
Must have a UK address and be aged 18 or over.
Eligibility
Minimum Age18 years
Suits Me Premium Plus Card
Administration fee
£9.97 then £9.97 a month
UK transactions
Free
UK ATM withdrawals
£1.12
Load charges
Bank transfer: free, Paypoint: £0.50 + 2.6%
No credit checks. Open an account in minutes and get instant access to your current account with the ability to set up bank transfers, direct debits and standing orders. Includes a free contactless Visa debit card. 4 free UK ATM withdrawals a month.
Must have a UK address and be aged 18 or over.
Eligibility
Minimum Age18 years
Rooster Money Prepaid Card For Parents And Kids
Administration fee
£2.08 a month
UK transactions
Free
UK ATM withdrawals
Free
Load charges
Bank transfer: free, debit card: free
RoosterMoney, the prepaid debit card and app designed to help parents manage pocket money with their kids, aged 6-18 years. Join today for a one-month free trial, £24.99/ yr thereafter (equivalent to £2.08/ mth). Additional cards cost £19.99/ yr.
Eligibility
Permanent UK Resident
Minimum Age6 years

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How to get a Visa prepaid card

You can find one using this comparison, which only includes Visa prepaid cards. Once you have found the one you want you can buy it online directly through the provider's website.

What is a Visa prepaid card?

When you get a prepaid card, you apply for it through its provider. This is the company that you deal with if you make changes to your account or need help.

But prepaid cards use a separate company to process the transactions when you use the card. This is usually Visa or MasterCard.

The main difference is if you use your card abroad because the exchange rates are set by Visa or MasterCard. You can check Visa's exchange rates here.

What is the difference between Visa and MasterCard?

Which prepaid card should you choose?

The rest of the fees on your card are set by its provider, and they may even add their own commission fees to the exchange rate too.

The prepaid card that works out cheapest for how you use it depends on what fees it comes with, not whether it is a Visa or MasterCard.

If you want a card you will use yourself and mostly in the UK, you can compare prepaid cards offered by both Visa and MasterCard.

Look for a card that offers low or no fees for the transactions you will use most. For example, a card with free cash withdrawals could be best if you mostly use it in cash machines.

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Visa prepaid cards FAQs

Yes, they can be used worldwide. Travel prepaid cards are usually cheaper to use if they hold the currency you want to spend in.

18 for some cards, but if you're younger you could get a card with parental permission. Some providers issue cards to anyone over 6 years old.

No, Section 75 only protects credit cards. But the Chargeback scheme could help you get your money back if something goes wrong with a transaction.

You can find one using our prepaid MasterCard comparison.

Yes, some let you take out additional cards for other people, e.g. family or friends. They can only spend the money added to their own card.

About our prepaid cards comparison

We include prepaid Visa cards from our panel of providers. They are all from providers either directly regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority or providers that are partnered with a company regulated by the FCA. Here is more information about how our website works.

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