There’s no denying it; credit cards can be an important part of the way we spend abroad. In fact, more than 35% of us used our everyday credit cards to spend on holiday at some point last year. The problem is, it’s expensive.
Transaction fees, cash withdrawal fees, interest charges – even if you pay off in full – plus in some cases, an extra fee every time you spend. And many of those fees can be painfully unclear.
We’ve always felt this needed fixing and today we’re releasing the Beta version of something that we think makes spreading the cost of your travel spending much simpler and fairer. Introducing WeSwap Credit 🎉 Read More
In our latest app release (out now) there’s a little something to make topping up your WeSwap card even snappier. Read More
Our summer advertising campaign is now officially live across the London tube network and we have a mission for all you eagle-eyed WeSwappers out there. Read More
Still unsure about what WeSwap is?
This nifty graphic is here to help explain the basics of WeSwap to friends, family… or yourself if you need a little re-cap! Read More
This article is part of our Spending Money Guide Series: The WeSwap community spent upwards of £38 million around the world last year. That works out at roughly 1.2 transactions every minute. We’ve taken that data, crunched it and created a series of travel money spending guides, based on how actual travellers travel and spend abroad. Read More