International Travel - Money Tips

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Convenience wherever you Rome.

  • Easy access to foreign currency
  • $0 foreign transaction fees with
    select TD Bank Visa® cards*


Going abroad?
TD Bank has you covered.

  Let us know before you leave.

  • Debit card: 1-888-751-9000
  • TD Connect Card: 1-888-568-7130
  • Credit card: 1-888-561-8861
  • TD Go Card: 1-855-219-8050

Wherever your international travels take you, making purchases overseas is easy with a little bit of planning.
Here are a few things to keep in mind before you leave the country.

Be sure to pack the right mix of cash and cards.

  • Get foreign cash before you leave for bus or subway fares, taxis, tips, and for emergencies

  • Plan ahead: Visit your nearest TD Bank and order currency for pick up within 2 days.

  • When you get home, exchange your foreign cash for U.S. dollars at your local TD Bank

Find a TD Bank and see what foreign currencies are available.1

  • Pay no foreign transaction fees when you use your TD Bank debit card, TD Cash or TD First ClassSM Credit Card, or prepaid cards2

  • You're protected with chip technology and Visa Zero Liability3

  • Use your TD Bank Debit Card, TD Connect Card or TD Go Card to get cash at ATMs while traveling and make purchases anywhere Visa is accepted

  • You may be covered for lost luggage reimbursement if you purchased your trip with your TD Visa Signature® credit card. Restrictions may apply, see your TD Visa Guide to Benefits.

Subject to credit approval.

TD Cash Credit Card – Read important terms and conditions

TD First Class Credit Card – Read important terms and conditions

Other helpful tips

  • Save these international phone numbers in your phone in case you need to reach us in an emergency.
    Debit and prepaid cards: 1-215-569-0518
    Credit cards: 1-706-644-3266

  • Download the TD Bank mobile app to keep track of your transactions while you travel

  • Don't keep all of your cash in one place

  • Use a money belt for keeping cash and important documents away from pickpockets

  • If you're budget conscious, a prepaid card is a great alternative to cash and will help you keep your budget under control. Just load up funds before you go and set up a balance alert to keep you on track.

  • Check the State Department website4 for alerts and additional travel resources.

1Foreign Exchange (FX) products and services are provided by TD Bank, N.A. and its affiliates, including The Toronto-Dominion Bank and TD Securities (USA) LLC.

2There are no foreign transaction fees with the following TD Visa cards: TD Debit Card, TD GO Card, TD Connect Card, TD Cash Credit Card, and TD First Class Credit Card. See the Important Credit Card Terms and Conditions for TD Cash and TD First Class for details.

3Visa's Zero Liability Policy covers U.S.-issued cards only and does not apply to ATM transactions, PIN transactions not processed by Visa, or certain commercial card transactions. Cardholder must notify TD Bank promptly of any unauthorized use.

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