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We are planning a 2 month trip through USA, Peru, Chile, Brazil and Argentina and are trying to find which card (credit or debit) will work best for us. We've heard about a few, but none mention multiple currencies. We are leaning towards the 28 Degrees MasterCard (formally Wizard Clear Advantage MasterCard) because there are no overseas ATM/conversion fees. Can anyone help shed some light on the many view points and sale pitches??

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    I have just become aware of the 28 degrees card, and I am starting my research about it. I know Australian banks charge a wopping, ridiculous rip off 4% + a fee.....28 degrees card can't be worse than that!

    Sorry I can't provide a better answer. over 8 years ago

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    Every single country in S.A. has its own currency, so remember the best place to change your leftover money from the last county you've been is at the border, nowhere else in the country will have a better price.
    almost 8 years ago

    Answered by feroba via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    We have used the 28degrees card for a couple of years now, they use the xe exchange rate and we have travelled in multiple countries with no issues. sometimes one atm wont work but i think that is our fault for pushing credit instead of savings. About the only time i would ever recommend a credit card to amyone. Using now in Hawaii for everything. over 7 years ago

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