Out with the Old and in with the New; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE; Do You Want to Update Your Wardrobe? Do You Want to Search for the Latest Trends and Best Bargains Online? Do You Want to Know That You Can Pay Quickly, Easily and Securely?

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Out with the Old and in with the New; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE; Do You Want to Update Your Wardrobe? Do You Want to Search for the Latest Trends and Best Bargains Online? Do You Want to Know That You Can Pay Quickly, Easily and Securely?


Well now you can do all of these things with your debit card as well as your credit card! Visa Debit is just like a regular debit card, but comes packed with extra features, letting you use your card in shops, online and abroad conveniently, quickly and securely.

Visa Debit is accepted everywhere you see the Visa symbol. Whether you're searching for bargains online or booking flights for a shopping trip abroad, you now have the flexibility of being able to manage your expenses with a debit card.

Visa Debit also offers three times more acceptance than other debit cards, including millions of retail outlets and ATMS in more than 200 countries worldwide. For you, that means a lot of shopping and a lot more choice!

Using a Visa Debit card lets you stay in control of your day to day finances because every time you use your card the money is taken directly from your bank account. And if you're using your card in Ireland, there are no extra fees or hidden charges.

Whether you're spoiling yourself or picking up that smaller beauty essential, the Visa Debit card removes the need to always carry cash. If you still require cash, you can either get cashback on your purchases from shops, supermarkets and other stores who offer this service or make cash withdrawals from an ATM.

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