The Discover foreign transaction fee is 0%, or $0, on all cards.
That means any Discover credit card you apply for now will have no foreign transaction fee, and you won’t be charged extra for making purchases that are processed internationally.
Can I use my Discover card internationally?
You can use your U.S. Discover card in many countries abroad to make purchases or withdraw cash. In general terms, you can use your Discover card wherever you see the Discover or Diners Club International symbols displayed. However, in Asia, you can also use your card in outlets which show the Union Pay or JCB sign.
Does Citi card charge international fees?
Citi normally charges a 3% fee for foreign transactions. However, around half of its products — including the Citi Prestige® Credit Card and most cobranded American Airlines cards — have 0% foreign transaction fees.
What foreign countries accept Discover Card?
Discover is accepted in 185 countries and territories internationally. That includes India, Israel, Jamaica, Japan, Puerto Rico, the United Arab Emirates and most other popular destinations for American business and vacation travelers.
Do I need to tell Discover Im traveling?
You can notify the Discover customer service department of your travel plans by calling them, or by entering the dates of your trip online when you log into your account at Discover.com. In addition, you should be thoughtful when a merchant offers to let you pay in U.S. dollars with your credit card.
What credit cards have no foreign transaction fees?
Best no-foreign-transaction-fee credit cards
Capital One Venture Rewards Credit Card.
Capital One Savor Cash Rewards Credit Card.
Bank of America Premium Rewards Visa credit card.
American Express Green Card.
United Explorer Card.
Hilton Honors American Express Aspire Card.
Marriott Bonvoy Boundless Credit Card.
Does Capital One charge international fees?
Capital One does not charge a fee for using your credit card for foreign currency transactions. Foreign purchases will be converted at the foreign exchange rate in effect at the time of processing the charge. Read more about foreign transaction and currency conversion fees.