Business debit cards
- Ideal for day-to-day work expenses
- Make payments or purchases online or over the phone
- Instant access to cash up to £750 a day
What you get
Just like your personal debit card, your business debit card 1 lets you pay for things and withdraw cash practically anywhere in the world.
- It’s a convenient way to pay bills and manage your day-to-day business expenses
- Make payments or purchases over the phone or online to manage expenditure at your convenience
- Assured payment avoids delays with new suppliers
- Instant access to cash up to £750 a day through compatible cash machines around the world (maximum £500 in a single transaction – local limitations may apply) 2
- Manage and track your business expenditure through itemised statements
- Optional cardholder protection
- Contactless technology allows you to quickly and easily make low-value payments of £20 or less wherever you see the contactless symbol 3
Switch your business account to Barclays
In addition to your contactless business debit card, you’ll get some other great benefits when you open a business current account, including:
- Your own Local Business Manager
- Day-to-day support by phone 24/7
- Free local advice and expertise
On top of this, if you’re getting cash over the counter at a bank abroad (including Barclays), or using an ATM other than a Barclays ATM or an ATM at a Global Alliance member bank . You’ll also be charged a flat £1.50 Non-Sterling Cash Fee regardless of the amount withdrawn and the ATM provider may apply other charges.
Visa converts transactions into sterling using the Visa Exchange Rate on the day it processes the transaction. This date may be different to the day on which the transaction took place. Historic exchange rate information is available on www.visaeurope.com .
When using your debit card abroad, some merchant terminals or cash machines may offer you the choice of paying for your transaction in sterling. If you choose to pay in sterling, the 2.75% Non-Sterling Transaction Fee will not apply, but you should always try to find out what the merchant or cash machine provider's commission charges are and what exchange rate they are using. Overall, it may be more expensive to pay in sterling. Although the Non-Sterling Transaction Fee will not apply for these transactions, you’ll still have to pay the Non-Sterling Cash Fee if you are getting cash over the counter at a bank abroad (including Barclays), or using a cash machine that doesn’t belong to Barclays or a Global Alliance member bank.
Barclays cash machines are located worldwide (including in France, Egypt, India, Pakistan, Italy, Portugal and Spain). (The Non-Sterling Transaction Fee was previously referred to as ‘commission’ and ‘foreign exchange charge’ and the Non-Sterling Cash Fee as ‘a fee’ and ‘transaction charge’).