The Amazon.com Store Card has no foreign transaction fees, too. But that has more to do with the fact that you can only use it for Amazon.com purchases and at select U.S. merchants that accept Amazon Pay. Because of that limitation, a foreign transaction fee would not apply. Even if you buy something on Amazon that comes from a foreign seller, you don't pay extra.
One thing to remember is you don’t necessarily have to use the same card for Amazon purchases and international travel, if that’s what you’re looking to do. There are lots of really good travel rewards cards with no foreign fee that you could pair with your favorite Amazon card.
The Amazon Store Card credit limit is at least $400 in most cases, and the average credit limit is around $1,500. You can definitely get a higher limit than $1,500 with the Amazon Store Card, but you can also get a lower limit than $400. Some forum users have reported initial credit limits as low as $150.… read full answer
Your credit limit will depend on a number of factors - the most important of those being your creditworthiness and annual income. Your credit report tells the card issuer how responsible of a borrower you’ve been, and how much debt you’ve incurred. Your annual income tells them how much additional credit you can comfortably afford. So it really does change on an individual basis.
The Chase foreign transaction fee is $0 to 3% of each transaction in U.S. dollars, depending on the specific credit card. A foreign transaction fee is a surcharge that some credit cards add to transactions processed outside of the United States. The fee applies whether it’s a purchase at a physical location in a foreign country or an online transaction through an internationally-based merchant.… read full answer
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