Ryanair Launch New Cash Passport Master Card Prepaid Card
Ryanair has launched it’s own prepaid credit card in association with MasterCard and Access Prepaid Worldwide. The new prepaid card, launching in October will have many benefits for travellers and consumers.
Some of the features of the card include no transaction fees on cardholders for any payments made on the Ryanair.com website; special introductory offer for all Ryanair cardholders, including no transaction fees on any UK purchases until 31st March 2012.
Prepaid card customers will also be able to top-up the card for free at www.cashpassport.com/ryanair. The Ryanair card will be free to use at any ATM machine displaying the MasterCard Acceptance mark, too.
“Ryanair’s £6 admin fee will not apply to any bookings made with ‘Ryanair Cash Passport’ and there are no transaction charges for using the card at UK merchants until 31st March 2012, so we recommend that UK passengers make the switch to ‘Ryanair Cash Passport’ as soon as possible to take advantage of the no fee offer,” says Ryanair’s Stephen McNamara.
British customers clearly like to save as much money as possible with their credits cards. New research shows that most Brits value the benefits of cards that offer cash back deals in particular. Comparing credit cards is the first step to securing the best deal possible.
How to find the best prepaid credit card deals
There are a number of ways in which Brits can find the best prepaid credit card deals. The Ryanair prepaid card is just one of a range of new prepaid cards on the market.
For example, with the Olympic games coming soon we will see a new set of Olympic Visa gift cards launched which will enable consumers to either save these as collectables or use them to pay for goods and services as only Visa prepaid, debit and credit cards are to be accepted at next year’s Olympics.