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How to order a Revolut Virtual Card, cost, advantages and how it works

by Abbey


To order a Revolut virtual card, you must have at least € 10 in your account. An additional virtual card costs € 5.99. You can have up to five. A virtual card can only be used for payments on the internet.
You can also create a virtual disposable card, the number of which will expire after use. That is extra safe.

With a free Revolut account on your mobile phone you can also request free virtual prepaid cards. This is useful if you want to make a payment on the internet. Moreover, no plastic is needed for a virtual card, so you save the environment.

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The card can be ordered in the Revolut app. Here you first create an account. This will give you an IBAN number for free. You can deposit money on it from any bank account. Revolut’s virtual card is a Visa card. Revolut also issues a plastic prepaid card.

How does the Virtual card work?

A payment with a virtual card is deducted from the credit in your Revolut account. You can also use it to pay in foreign currency up to a maximum of 1,000 euros per month without a rate surcharge. Above that you pay a half percent surcharge.
With Revolut Premium you don’t have to pay any storage above this limit. Revolut Premium costs € 7.99 per month.

Pros and Cons :


  • Pay on the internet at no extra cost
  • Applications in the app
  • 5 cards possible
  • Less harmful to the environment


  • Not to be used in shops
  • You cannot collect money

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