More specifically, you can use this card at 10.7 million merchants’ locations in the U.S. alone, as well as in more than 200 other countries and territories.
Having said that, it is also worth noting that the USAA® Preferred Cash Rewards Visa Signature® Card comes with 0% foreign transaction fees. This means you won’t get charged extra while using your card abroad, or making purchases from foreign-based merchants.
All USAA credit cards have no foreign transaction fees. With any USAA credit card, cardholders will save an average of 1.52% on each purchase they make abroad or with an international merchant, compared to the average credit card offer. This may not seem like much, but it can add up over the course of an overseas vacation or when shopping online with foreign merchants.… read full answer
Best USAA Credit Cards with No Foreign Transaction Fee
USAA® Rewards™ American Express® Card
USAA® Rewards™ Visa Signature® Card
USAA® Cashback Rewards Plus American Express® Card
USAA® Preferred Cash Rewards Visa Signature® Card
USAA® Rate Advantage Visa Platinum® Card
In addition to using a card with no foreign transaction fee, you’ll want to avoid dynamic currency conversion while you’re abroad. By doing these two things, you could save up to 10% when traveling internationally.
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