PostFinance Card in EUR

Withdraw cash without currency losses

The PostFinance Card in EUR is your free card for your private account in EUR. Use it to shop online and withdraw cash worldwide. With no currency conversion losses for withdrawals in EUR.

PostFinance Card in EUR: no conversion losses for withdrawals of EUR

  • Online payments

  • Withdraw cash in EUR or CHF at Postomats, ATMs and post offices throughout Switzerland

  • Withdraw cash worldwide at ATMs

  • Additional card available on request

  • Log in via e-finance if you manage your account online

  • Precondition

    You must have a private account in EUR to obtain a PostFinance Card in EUR.

    Card security with geoblocking

    Activate geoblocking to restrict cash withdrawals made with the PostFinance Card to specific geographical areas abroad.

    Cash withdrawals in Switzerland

    Cash withdrawals abroad (ATMs in the EUFISERV and Visa Plus network)

    Data does not originate from PostFinance and no responsibility is accepted for its accuracy.

  • Withdrawals In EUR
    Withdrawals
    Cash withdrawals per day
    In EUR
    EUR 800
    Withdrawals
    Goods purchases per day for online shopping
    In EUR
    EUR 2,000
    Withdrawals
    Monthly limit per card
    In EUR
    EUR 4,000
    Withdrawals
    Monthly limit per account
    In EUR
    EUR 4,000
    Withdrawals
    Withdrawals at post offices
    In EUR
    Account balance in terms of cash holdings

    The maximum amount per day for cash withdrawals depends on the terminal. Amounts that exceed the terminal limit can be withdrawn in several instalments. Any applicable fees are charged for each withdrawal. The PostFinance Card may only be used for recurring payments online up to a specified monthly limit: CHF 1,500 or EUR 1,300 per month. The PostFinance Card may only be used for one-off payments online up to a specified monthly limit: CHF 500 or EUR 350 per month. If there are multiple cards belonging to the same account (e.g. partner account), the monthly limit is applied per card. Individual card limits are possible but must be discussed with the person handling the account.

  • The PostFinance Card in EUR is free of charge.

    Cash withdrawals

    Place of use Cost of cash withdrawals
    Place of use
    Postomats
    Cost of cash withdrawals
    Free of charge
    Place of use
    Post office counters
    Cost of cash withdrawals
    Withdrawals in Swiss francs: Free of charge
    Withdrawals in euros: 1% of cash sum withdrawn
    Place of use
    ATMs in Switzerland
    Cost of cash withdrawals

    Withdrawals in Swiss francs: CHF 2

    Withdrawals in euros: CHF 5

    Free of charge with private account plus

    Place of use
    ATMs abroad
    Cost of cash withdrawals

    Regardless of local currency: CHF 5

    Free of charge with private account plus

    Card blocking & card replacement

    Card blocking

    Via hotline/customer advisor
    Via e-finance

     

    CHF 20 per report
    Free of charge

    Card replacement

    Via hotline/customer advisor
    Via e-finance

     

    CHF 30 per card
    CHF 25 per card

  • What is the maximum amount for cash withdrawals with the PostFinance Card in EUR per day?

    The maximum amount for cash withdrawals depends on the terminal. Amounts that exceed the terminal limit can be withdrawn in several instalments. Any applicable fees are charged for each withdrawal.

    What is the maximum amount for online payments?

    For amounts up to CHF 500 or EUR 350 per month, the card and ID number of the PostFinance Card must be entered in the payment screen.

    For amounts exceeding this limit, the personal PIN for the PostFinance Card and the card reader are also required.

    When is the monthly limit per account applied?

    If there are multiple cards belonging to the same account (e.g. partner account), the monthly limit is applied per account.

    Can the limit for the PostFinance Card in EUR be adjusted?

    Individual card limits are possible but must be discussed with the person handling the account.

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