Not convinced yet? Still have questions? This should help.

Who can get this card?

Who can get this card?

Any resident Indian can! You don't need to be an Axis Bank customer to apply for it.

How long does it take to get the card?

How long does it take to get the card?

The card is available over the counter. All you need to do is walk into any Axis Bank branch and submit a copy of your passport, visa and air tickets for your travel.

Where all can I use it?

Where all can I use it?

You can use the card at 30 million retail and online merchant outlets and 1 million plus ATMs. That means you can swipe it for pretty much everything from travel bookings to dining, shopping and entertainment.

So is it like a credit card?

So is it like a credit card?

It's a pre–loaded card that can be swiped just like any other card, but minus the transaction charges!

What if I lose the card or it gets stolen?

What if I lose the card or it gets stolen?

You get emergency assistance wherever you are. Just report your lost card and get a replacement card, emergency cash assistance and more with TripAssist.

I've run out of forex on my card. Now what do I do?

I've run out of forex on my card. Now what do I do?

Just pull out your phone! Because the card can be easily reloaded directly via Internet Banking or from the Axis Mobile app. Or else just give a duly signed authorisation letter to a family member who can reload for you.

What are the charges applicable on this card?

What are the charges applicable on this card?

Minimal! You only pay $2 (or its currency equivalent) as ATM withdrawal fees and Rs 100+ taxes if and when you reload your forex card.

How do I check my balance on the card?

How do I check my balance on the card?

You can keep track of how much forex you have left on the Axis Bank App, via Internet Banking, through SMS, or via email notifications. Find out more about all these options here.

Can I track my expenses while I'm on holiday?

Can I track my expenses while I'm on holiday?

Definitely! You can use Axis Internet Banking, Axis mobile app, SMS or get email notifications to know exactly where you've spent all your holiday funds.

What do I do with my card once I'm back?

What do I do with my card once I'm back?

You can retain your balance to use later, or just convert it to another currency and use it for your next trip abroad. Not to forget, you can also use it shop at all Duty Free Stores in International airports across India.

How can I get in touch with you?

How can I get in touch with you?

We're always available for our customers at +91-040-67174100 (paid). Or you can just contact us at axisbank.com/support.

How much foreign currency can I load on my card?

How much foreign currency can I load on my card?

We'd love to say as much as you like, but in compliance with RBI and FEMA regulations you can only carry up to US $2,50,000 worth of forex abroad in one financial year.

The Forex Card is the best option for you: Settling The Debate

travelling with cash or other cards

Lost your wallet? A trip to the police station is probably your only hope.

Backpacking across countries? Keeing track of different currencies in one wallet is hard. Plus the confusion with denominations. All that math! Not to mention the additional fear that you might get fake or soiled notes.

Most times, cash runs out when you least expect it.

Transaction charges really pile up when you swipe other credit & debit cards abroad.

travelling with the axis bank forex card

 Axis Bank Forex Cards come with 24*7 emergency assistance services by TripAssist. Get your card, and money back in no time, if it gets lost!

Carry up to 16 of the most widely used currencies on your Axis Bank Forex Card! So no more unfamiliar notes & coins, and no more maths!

You can reload your Axis Bank Forex Card on-the-go on your phone, no matter where you are.

There are no transaction charges on the Axis Bank Forex Card, so you only pay what you see. No surprise charges!

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