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0% Commission on Japanese Yen

Heading to Japan? Use the An Post Money Currency Card, powered by Mastercard® everywhere in Japan.

Manage your foreign currency better with a travel money card

Carry 15 currencies

Hold foreign currencies like pounds, dollars or even dirhams on one travel money card.

Pay in local currency

Use local currency and avoid transaction fees. Just pay for ATM withdrawals.

Pay anywhere

Spend worldwide and online with the prepaid contactless Mastercard.

Manage your money

Monitor spending and exchange currency commission-free with the An Post Money app. Top up your card with Google and Apple Pay.

Enjoy peace of mind

Hold less cash. Freeze your card with one tap if it’s lost or stolen. Use Rate Alerts to to be notified when any currency is at your target rate.

Count on us

A backup card, emergency cash and 24hr support are there if things go wrong.

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Get your An Post Money Currency Card

Download our app at the App Store Download our app on Google Play
Alternatively, download or pick up a printed form, complete it and go to a post office.

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Foreign Currency Calculator

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Frequently asked questions

An Post Money Currency Card is issued by PPS EU SA pursuant to license by Mastercard® International. PPS EU SA is authorised by the National Bank of Belgium and is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland for conduct of business rules. Mastercard is a registered trademark, and the circles design is a trademark of Mastercard International Incorporated.

An Post is authorised by the Minister for Finance to provide Foreign Currency Cash.

See our currency card terms and conditions
*Exchange Rates at November 30, 2023 (Source: PostFX Mastercard Sell Rates)
Financial Institution Rates sourced on November 30, 2023 from www.ccpc.ie (Competition and Consumer Protection Commission)