The most ATMs in Thailand charge 200 Baht for getting cash - What is the best way to get Baht in Thailand? Also a lot of shops require at least 500 Baht bill to pay by credit card or charge additional fee. Is it possible to avoid fees using Revolut card?
@Roddy of the Frozen Peas was correct. It doesn't appear so according to their FAQ >> Card >> Are there any fees? >> Revolut Transactions:
ATM withdrawals: Free up to £200/ €200/ Fr200/ 800zl (or currency equivalent) per month.
Currency exchange transactions: Live market rate* with
up to £5,000/ €6,000/ Fr6,000/ 20,000zl (or currency equivalent)
A 0.5% fee applies thereafter **
The only way to completely avoid atm fees is to: a) the credit/debit card's issuing bank does not charge any fees for ATM cash withdrawals + foreign currency transactions (or reimburses fees). b) the atm itself does not charge any fees OR the issuing bank reimburses fees charged by other bank.
Good luck finding such a debit card....they are rare. Usually banks/credit unions catering specifically to the military/federal employees will have favorable no/low foreign transaction fees. Certain platinum cards likely have some good terms also.