The Ultimate Free ATM List - Travelling (by country)

Italy - Intesa Sanpaolo might charge 3€
Tried it with rev mc

Revolut has pulled out of Singapore. No more withdrawals allowed in the country. See article and screenshot.

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ATM withdrawals in Singapore not permitted only for Singapore citizens with Revolut account or for everyone ???

I withdrew US$100 from Travelex ATM at Dubai airport. There was no fee/commission charged at all.

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This is awesome! I will try to add Philippines when I find any ATMs not yet listed.

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I can confirm that there is no longer any bank in Nepal that allows free withdrawals of cash.
All now hold a minimum of 500npr fee

Thats was fast they moved out

Austria. Erste Bank, withdraw cash. No commission applied. Apr2019

Israel on Bank Mizrahi-Tefahot at International Private Bank Center

In Guatemala I get charged no fees using a UK Mastercard (Halifax) at BAC banks. I know some other people do get charged from other countries and some UK cards won’t work at all at the bank (e.g. Starling), but for me it’s fee free :slight_smile:

This thread is about no charges using a Revolut card. :sweat_smile:


Revolut Visa (not portuguese) €50 FREE withdrawal yesterday from ATM Millennium BCP, Amoreiras shopping center, Lisbon, Portugal :portugal:


Spain (Canary Islands). Revolut Visa. December 2019. Banca March ATM. Withdrew 210 Euros with no fee.

I went to Peru last November.

Free in BCP

I just tested today a Visa Revolut card in Turkey with Garanti Bank.
The fee is 3.5% !
In the Dropbox file I see 2.5%, so please update.


In my experience TEB was cheapest charged only 4 TRY for 200 TRY

Hi. I’m heading to Taiwan this Friday. May I know if the following banks still impose a fee for withdrawals using VISA card?

Bank of Taiwan
Cathay Bank (as of Nov 2017)
SinoPac (as of Nov 2017)

Thank you.

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Standard Chartered, Banjul, The Gambia, :r: MC, 200 GMD fixed fee for up to 8000 GMD. Even the locals have to pay. In reality a cash society where cards are rarely taken and a 3-5% fee is charged if you can use one, plus some places then convert GMD to USD before charging your card. :r: GBP rate was 65.6741, local money changers 66, so my advice would be bring cash, EUR/GBP/USD best but most accepted.

TD Canada Trust (Canada) charges 3$CAD in withdrawal fee.

HSBC now asks for 2.5€ per transaction (tested on Jan '20)