Sue Patterson, WalletHub Analyst
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The Chase Ink Preferred foreign transaction fee is $0. That means you won’t be charged extra anytime you use the Ink Business Preferred® Credit Card outside of the United States. This applies whether it’s a purchase at a physical location in a foreign country or an online transaction through an internationally-based merchant.
Having a credit card with no foreign transaction fees is a great idea if you often travel outside the U.S. or do business with foreign merchants. Plus, with all the no foreign transaction fee credit cards out there, there’s no reason to pay extra to complete international transactions.
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