Maximum card transaction?


#1

On the standard price plan - what is the largest card transaction I could make?


#2

This depends on the kind of transaction … You can find all limits regarding card spending, ATM withdrawals and transfers in the help center :wink:


#3

Thank you Frank. I have looked through that and it seems to say that there is no limit unless I have set one and am within the plan limits.

The transaction will be in uk pounds with no currency conversion and will be for £6000. I don’t want the embarrassment of it being rejected.

I should add that it will be a chip & pin transaction.


#4

Yes, as far as I know, there is no limit for spending, but there is a daily limit for cash withdrawals.


#5

Each card has a spend limit:

‘Card spending is limited to £30,000 or equivalent per year with a sublimit of £5,000 or equivalent per 96 hours meaning that you cannot exceed £5,000 or equivalent in card spending in a 96 hour period. Cash withdrawals from ATMs are limited to £2,000 or equivalent per day.’

Note that these limits are ‘per card’. Either physical or virtual.


#6

Thanks for that info - just what I needed to know without ploughing through the small print.


#7

Oddly enough I couldn’t find this info in the FAQs. I got it by asking support directly a month or two back.


#8

I believe this changed. For a while, it was different depending on the issuer. Wirecard issued cards had other limits than Revolt issued cards. I remember reading that Revolut issued cards do not have these limits.


#9

Would be good to have this confirmed by Revolut.


#10

Hi there.

All (former) Paysafe cardholders (BIN 539123) the limits have been increased to:

  • 5k EUR/month at ATMs

  • unlimited POS spending amount

New issued cards have no limits apart from “Cash withdrawals from ATMs are limited to €5,000 or equivalent per day.”


#11

Hi @AndreasK, sorry for resurrecting this old thread. I’ve got a follow up question.

Are the limits at the bottom of the linked page the current limits for all cards?

(And there might be a “0” too much at the 3rd line :grimacing:.)