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#1

Hello,
I’m trying to make the change from EUROS to PESOS MEXICANOS, but this hypothesis does not exist in the Revolut app.

Can you please tell me if in Mexico when I want to raise Mexican money at an ATM, is it possible?

Thank you.


#2

You can not pre-purchase mexican pesos.
But you still can withdraw/purchase and you will get live rate from FX.
Just to know,that over weekend there is surcharge for exchanging currency :slight_smile:


#3

see FAQ:
Currencies which can be hold in Revolut wallets:

https://www.revolut.com/pl/help/getting-started/exchanging-currencies/what-fiat-currencies-are-supported-for-holding-and-exchange?lang=en

and- unsupported currencies (at all):
https://www.revolut.com/pl/help/exploring-revolut/spending-and-sending-money/using-my-card/what-currencies-are-supported-for-spending?lang=en


#4

Thank you.
That is, for example, if I get money in Mexico (eg, 100 €), I will receive 2227 Mexican pesos, minus the exchange rate, right?


#5

No, it means:

Without any fee.
You can be charged by revolut when you exceed 200 EUR monthly for withdrawal.


#6

Okay, for shopping I did not pay any fees.
But for cash withdrawals at ATM machines? If in Revolut card I have 100 €, I can raise the 2227 Mexican pesos, right? That is, I have not paid any fees in this money-raising.


#7

Of course it depends on the situation.
As I’ve written above- if your main currency is EUR, Revolut won’t charge you any fee until you hit 200 EUR limit (monthly).
I don’t know if ATM’s in Mexico get surcharge…
But usually, until you hit 200 EUR limit (in local currency) withdrawal should be free.

Now it is about 4 450 MXN


#8

Yeah, I also think there are not any fees.
In any case, it should always be cheaper to raise money through REVOLUT in an ATM, than to go to a currency exchange.

I hope the revolut card will work in mexico, for withdrawals.
It’s the first time I’m going to use it.


#9

It will be cheaper for sure :wink: It has to.

BTW. Here you have some info about Mexico and Revolut:


#10

Thank you very much @redi :slight_smile: